Student Achievement Rates

ATC takes great pride in the success of our students. Here you’ll find information on the graduation and job placement percentages of our students for a given ATC program.

Exton Campus

Automotive Technology (AT)

Reporting Date Range: March 2013 – February 2014
Graduation Rate- 78% 35 of the 45 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 83% 29 of 35 graduates were employed

Automotive and Hi-Performance Technology (AHP)

Reporting Date Range: September 2012 – August 2013
Graduation Rate- 67% 46 of the 69 students who started graduated
Placement Rate – 91% 42 of 46 graduates were employed

Automotive and Diesel Technology (ADT)

Reporting Date Range: September 2012 – August 2013
Graduation Rate- 68% 28 of the 41 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 100% 28 of 28 graduates were employed

Automotive Technology – Evening (AT-EVE)

Reporting Date Range: October 2012 – September 2013
Graduation Rate- 61% 11 of the 18 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 82% 9 of 11 graduates were employed

Collision Reconditioning Technology (CRT)

Reporting Date Range: March 2013 – February 2014
Graduation Rate- 67% 22 of the 33 students who started graduated
Placement Rate – 82% 18 of 22 graduates were employed

Collision Repair Technology – Evening (CRT-EVE)

Reporting Date Range: October 2012 – September 2013
Graduation Rate- 40% 2 of the 5 students who started graduated
Placement Rate-100% 2 of 2 graduates were employed

 

The difference in the number of students that graduated and the number of students available for employment are those who continued their education beyond graduation from ATC.

The rates are as reported by Automotive Training Center (Exton campus) to ACCSC in the school’s 2016 Annual Report.

 

Warminster Campus

Automotive Technology (AT)

Reporting Date Range: March 2013 – February 2014
Graduation Rate- 67% 14 of the 21 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 86% 12 of 14 graduates were employed

Automotive and Hi-Performance Technology (AHP)

Reporting Date Range: September 2012 – August 2013
Graduation Rate- 69% 41 of the 59 students who started graduated
Placement Rate – 93% 38 of 41 graduates were employed

Automotive and Diesel Technology (ADT)

Reporting Date Range: September 2012 – August 2013
Graduation Rate- 74% 43 of the 58 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 93% 40 of 43 graduates were employed

Automotive Technology – Evening (AT-EVE)

Reporting Date Range: October 2012 – September 2013
Graduation Rate- 75% 6 of the 8 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 100% 6 of 6 graduates were employed

Collision Reconditioning Technology (CRT)

Reporting Date Range: March 2013 – February 2014
Graduation Rate- 65% 17 of the 26 students who started graduated
Placement Rate – 69% 11 of 16 graduates were employed

Collision Repair Technology – Evening (CRT-EVE)

Reporting Date Range: October 2012 – September 2013
Graduation Rate- 17% 1 of the 6 students who started graduated
Placement Rate-100% 1 of 1 graduates were employed

Marine Service Technology (MST)

Reporting Date Range: December 2013 – November 2014
Graduation Rate- 92% 11 of the 12 students who started graduated
Placement Rate- 91% 10 of 11 graduates were employed

 

The difference in the number of students that graduated and the number of students available for employment are those who continued their education beyond graduation from ATC.

The rates are as reported by Automotive Training Center (Warminster campus) to ACCSC in the school’s 2016 Annual Report.

 

Last updated 11/9/2016