Welding Technology/Welder

A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to join or cut metal surfaces. Includes instruction in arc welding, resistance welding, brazing and soldering, cutting, high-energy beam welding and cutting, solid state welding, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, oxidation-reduction reactions, welding metallurgy, welding processes and heat treating, structural design, safety, and applicable codes and standards.

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“…The university is very clean and a small campus. Not very diverse, predominantly white. There isn't a whole lot going on, but you find things to do.” – Sara from Farmington Hills, MI

“…Utah State University is a great place to attend if you like to be outside (during the spring and summer of course). There are many things to do on campus. Classes are remotely easy to find. ” – Jenna

“…BYU-Idaho has helped me become a better person. Though at first I had trouble adjusting to the differences there, I can now notice clear as day the transformations it has created in my life. Going to BYU-I has strengthened my testimony of the...” – Emily from Roseville, CA

“…idaho state university is a good school, with high standards in academics. the professors at this university will help in any way possible to get you the best grade and the knowledge of the subject along with it. i would recommend this school to...” – Morgan from Logan, UT

“…pima is an outstanding community college. the college makes it convenient for students with campus locations all around the city of tucson. the staff for the most part is very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. ” – Shanna from Marana, AZ

“…1. Fresno City College is a beautiful, old fashioned campus, with a diverse student population, located right in the heart of Fresno's historic Tower District. 2. Teachers are involved and invested in the success of their students, and in my...” – Elise from Fresno, CA

“…mesa community college is one of the largest community colleges in the nation and it is located in a busy area. but it still manages to have classes that are small enough that they can deliver a personal, meaningful student-teacher experience. on top...” – Charles from Chandler, AZ

“…they care about their students. they make sure that a students learn the material nice environment with small class size's which leads to better one on one learning.” – Christopher from Reynoldsburg, OH

“…The main campus in Glen Ellyn,IL is kept clean and up-to-date. The teachers are great, and the atmosphere is friendly. The class sizes are perfect.” – Jennifer from West Chicago, IL

“…the recent change in collin turning into a 4 year university has helped the university and student reach a higher level of education. it has made it possible to become more prepared to transfer into a larger state university such as utd. overall the...” – Ernesto Plano, Tx

“…the brenham campus is small enough to walk but big enough to get plenty of exercise. there are many clubs available to join and there is always free fun things going on. they also have great helpful teachers that really do care about their students...” – Faith from Bellville, TX

“…bakersfield college is a diverse school where most professors care about the students. the education level is good, and they are opening a writing center for helping students when writing papers. the campus is of a good size and there are many...” – Joselin from Bakersfield, CA

“…south texas college is a good college for those who plan on transferring to a 4-year university. it's very affordable which puts an ease on the life of a college student. the classes are also small so it's easy to learn here.” – Myrabel from Mission, TX

“…It is a great college to complete your General educationa and transfer from or earn an A.A. certificate. ” – Liset from Bellflower, CA

“…pasadena city college holds classes for a diverse community of students on a beautiful campus. classmates from all over the world begin to feel like family by the end of the semester. although the school is very crowded, it definitely gives students...” – Stephanie from West Hills, CA

“…Most helpful and successful at helping you succeed in your studies! There are still a lot of programs and transfer courses to choose from with all these budget cuts! Classrooms are up to date with the latest technology.” – Yessenia from Whittier, CA

“…This school is an excellent way to learn with a broad areas to major in. It also is affordable some classes have tutoring specific to that class. I like being able to enjoy school activities and the fact I can meet people with simular interest. A+ ” – Lillian from Portland, OR

“…American River College is very diverse and the students are very accepting of other cultures. At ARC, the teachers seem to really be interested in you as an individual student and they try very hard to meet all accommodations as per distinguished....” – Lacy from Antelope, CA

“…orange coast college is one of the best community colleges in california, in transfer rates, athletics and academics. there are so many resources and opportunities to succeed and move forward, weather you want to transfer to a university or to get a...” – Jasmine from Costa Mesa, CA

“…overall this has been a good school, many of the students are focused and the teachers i've had have been helpful and willing to spend time answering questions. ” – Brice

“…This college pushes you to become your best. The Institute is a great social hang out and all the teachers are wanting the very best for you, they know their stuff and are interested in you succeeding. Have enjoyable activities every week.” – Jessika from West Jordan, UT

“…This college is affordable and you can get a good education here. I love the atmosphere and the classroom's. The professor's are very well educated as well. ” – Briana from Longview, TX

Delta College
University Center, MI

“…Delta College is a great place to start whether you know your major or not. Delta College offers many transferrable classes and even specialized programs if you're not planning on transferring. You can go to Delta College at your own pace, I'll have...” – Amy from Bay City, MI

“…FRCC has very polite teachers. The teachers are always willing to help and answer any questions at any time. Also the teachers never make the student feel unintelligent .” – Stephanie from Henderson, CO

“…Arkansas Tech University in my book rates about 7 out of 10. The campus and people are great and classes are small, the teachers really get to know their students. However, the accessibility features are outdated and need improving. ” – Christina from Russellville, AR

“…Your basic college, very affordable with great professors. Good for getting started, and I recommend using this as a starter college if you plan to transfer. Be patient with the registrar! ” – A Student from Nevada

“…Santa Ana College is a well rounded diverse school. The teachers and the rest of the faculty there are very friendly and hard working. It is a very homy campus.” – Lydia from Santa Ana, CA

“…their are the best.” – OLUWATOSIN EMMANUEL from VINCENNES, IN

“…college of the canyons is wonderful facility. the faculty here are very welcoming, friendly and always willing to help. this is a great campus where you will get a knowledgeable education. ” – Kayla from Santa Clarita, CA

“…i would rate it an 8 it so far seems like a good school. teacher's and support plus all options available for help are the best, definitely help many students in many ways. i think i will enjoy my first years here.” – Ashley from Ridgefield, WA

“…Johnson County Community College is extremely helpful to all students. When you attend this college, you feel comforted knowing that everyone else wants you to succeed as well. This school is very career oriented and everyone is focused on succeeding...” – MMM

“…navarro is a well known jr.college that lives by it's model succeding together. it has made my self esteem higher, and made me know that i can do anything i put my mind to and always believe in myself. navarro also has made me a better person inside...” – Veronica from Saginaw, TX

“…san bernardino valley college is truly a good college. the whole staff is always ready to guide you through your academic path. i really like the different programs they offer.” – Lucero from Highland, CA

“…This college has a small town atmosphere and located near the mountains. It also has a great value for such a great two year education. Last the college offers a great support system for their students.” – Taylor from Sheridan, WY

“…Unlike a large university like MSU the Lansing Community College campus is small and personal. The teachers are willing to go the extra mile to help you succeed. The nursing program is top notch in the state and country and well accredited.” – Karen from Haslett, MI

“…good for those seeking mntc courses. small class sizes. decent selection of courses.” – Tyler from Minneapolis, MN

“…Snow College is a fantastic school to start your college path. I love the small classes and campus. I Would recommend this school to anyone getting ready to attend college. ” – Amanda from North Logan, UT

“…This is an excellent school at a price I can actually afford. The teachers really care and, more often than not, actually take the time to get to know you so they can better help you with your education. I recommend this college to everyone I know.” – Erica from Colorado Springs, CO

“…I rate my college at a 10 for community college! Butte College is highly focused on student success and making resources available. This combined with the beautiful campus makes this a great place to obtain an education. ” – Brandi from Oroville, CA

“…lane community college is a great school with a hard working, friendly faculty that give personal attention to their students which is made easy by our smaller class sizes. also, lcc has a sustainable organic garden on campus, run by students and...” – Julie from Eugene, OR

“…schoolcraft has wonderful teachers, classes and people. everyone makes you feel welcome and on equal ground when you first start. people don't judge you there.” – Meridith from Dearborn Heights, MI

Triton College
River Grove, IL

“…I would give Triton college an over all B grade. It is a small school good for students who are unsure of their future goals and dreams. It is a stepping stone on the way to our futures. ” – Kathryn from Elmwood Park, IL

“…they have very helpful instructors and they will do anything they can to help you succeed in class. the campus is well kept and very big with great facilitys. i love uaa because everyone there, including students, will help you in anyway they can.” – Lucinda from Palmer, AK

“…everett community college is a beautiful campus. it's nice sized and has had a lot of remodeling in the last couple of years. the cafeteria and gym are to die for, and the campus is always kept very clean.” – Jovana from Marysville, WA

“…This school encourages you to pursue your career goals. The teachers are very helpful. The small environment encourages students to learn and get more face time with teachers.” – Jaslyn from Lubbock, TX

“…i rate this college very highly. instructors are nice and willing to work with you. and financial aid is easy to obtain” – Tina from Mariposa, CA

“…Butler Community College is great. It's a close-knit environment where no one feels left out. You are not just a number because the students and teachers take time to get to know one another. Help and encouragement is given freely, so all can succeed...” – Ambrey from Wichita, KS

“…excellent school for the money. great class selection that transfers to almost any college in michigan and elsewhere for credit, and not just general credit. the teachers are mostly part time from either emu or uofm.” – Benjamin from Stockbridge, MI

“…Joliet Junior College is the most affordable community/junior college in the state of Illinois. J.J.C. has an open-door policy for students who are looking to continue their education after interruptions in life or who are looking for a fresh start...” – Michael from Joliet, IL

“…This is an excellent school to attend. Teacher's really care and try hard to help students. Its a peaceful environment to be apart of and the sports teams are great.” – Brea from Hattiesburg, MS

“…Baker College provides students with the materials and the support that they need to be successful at furthering their education. The environment is clean and comfortable to be in. If i was asked to rate Baker College on a scale of one to ten, I...” – Lakeisha from Saginaw, MI

“…A school where the faculty cares about the students. Class sizes are small and tuition is low. This school is a great value when compared to the larger state universities!” – Eddie from CO

“…Chabot College is a good school. There are some very good teachers here who strive to help students succeed. it is also a great place to make lasting friendships with fellow students.” – Stefanie from Hayward, CA

“…ctc is a awesome school if you are looking for a degree. professors are of decent quality and facilities are nice. the best thing is the price of the courses is very low, around sixty dollars per credit hour.” – Taylor from Copperas Cove, TX

“…very personable and small classes. experienced teachers. world class learning.” – Seth from Cedar Rapids, IA

“…ecc is very open to accepting people and helping all of their students. ” – Danielle from Elgin, IL

“…mountain view college is affordable and has a quality about itself. this school holds a high expectation for all of it's students. this school even encourages every student to put their best foot forward.” – Edward from Dallas, TX

“…Shasta College is a small, yet largely resourceful school. The environment is very welcoming, especially for incoming freshman, and they offer a wide variety of courses to register for. Tuition is relatively low and there is a significant amount of...” – Janie from Redding, CA

Del Mar College
Corpus Christi, TX

“…del mar has great teachers who really care about education. the hometown atmosphere is amazing. this college is very affordable!” – Sara from Ingleside, TX

“…mt. hood is a wonderful way to get started on your academics, and help you find out what you want out of life. ” – Erica from Gresham, OR

“…Owens has really all it has claimed to be for me. They offer a lot of free services to help guarantee your success, they do everything in their power to make failing hard. So far, all the teachers I have had have awesome, they were understanding and...” – Adren from Oregon, OH

“…As a high school Senior I have advanced my ranking with the help of Kilgore College dual credit courses from 17 to now ranked 4th in my graduating class, graduation May 25th. Kilgore College's help line and staff have been there to make any...” – Kadi from Gladewater, TX

“…the college campus is very nice. It has a vast variety of programs useful for students. The teacher a good and each have there own unique way of teaching. ” – Salvador from Perris, CA

“…pitt community college is a great school. we have many resources to get help to gain understanding. i feel that this school could really further my education.” – Donteaz from Pantego, NC

“…reedley college is a good school to be community college. the instructors teacher very well. the instructors expect a lot from each student.” – Hugo from Dinuba, CA

“…I love the small campus. I feel like I belong here!” – Rachel from Arkport, NY

“…ventura college is a great campus with nice views. it mixed with different ethnic backgrounds which makes it unique. ventura has a lot of classes to offer than some schools.” – J. Yvette from Oxnard, CA

“…Arizona Western College is a great place to achieve your educational goal. It is a college with great opportunities for students. It can help you achieve your eductional plan to be very successful. ” – Iliana from Yuma, AZ

“…community college of denver is a great school. professors are always there to help at any time. i would recommend any high school student with out any background knowledge to community college of denver.” – Ana from Hudson, CO

“…great engineering program. great instructors. great programs.” – Michael from Lompoc, CA

Cuesta College
San Luis Obispo, CA

“…Cuesta has a beautiful small campus. The teachers here will challenge you, it is a good transition school to get you ready fro a 4 year. Most people that attend Cuesta and work there are friendly and helpful.” – Elina from San Luis Obispo, CA

“…GRCC is a good all around community college to attend with a great staff and diverse student base. It's very easy once you finally are enrolled to choose classes or even set-up a counselor visit. If your interested in transferring from GRCC to a four...” – Tyler

“…grcc is a great school. parking is convenient if you buy a pass and everything you need is accessible on campus.” – Paula from Black Diamond, WA

“…the teachers at the college really care about our future and are always there to help you when you need them” – Christopher from Lancaster, CA

“…modesto junior college it's a college that truly helped me in my educational life. i came to united states of america not to long ago, and i have to say say that mjc counts with amazing instructors that helped me in a very unique way. i am glad to be...” – Marcos from Riverbank, CA

“…columbia basin college is a great place to receive education for everybody. the teacher's are fun, fair and enjoy teaching the students around them. at columbia basin college you will learn a lot and have great memories.” – Shane from Kennewick, WA

“…Solano offers great education for a low price. I recommend anyone to go to school here. The staff here are so good at helping out students with counseling, financial aid, transferring options, and so much more.” – Tasha from Vallejo, CA

“…this college has been a great experience. the professors at angelina have given me the tools i need to transfer to a 4 year university. enjoyed the experience that angelina has to offer. ” – James from Nacogdoches, TX

“…This school is affordable, had very kind staff and counselors to work with you, and has hundreds of different opportunities for scholarships and funding to help you with your school. It was a great idea for me to come here, because it gave me a...” – Nikola from Yorkville, IL

“…For a community college it is a very inviting and friendly place to go for fresh out of high school students. The professors are all very friendly and work well with the students in helping them succeed in their classes. The campus isn't too large or...” – Richard from Aztec, NM

“…a school that has many opportunities. non traditional students are welcomed. teachers are willing to take time and help you.” – D. from Adrian, MI

“…i love Clackamas Community College iv learned so much in money management, and the importance of school. the teachers really help me even with my disability.” – Zachariah from Happy Valley, OR

“…Mt. Sac has been known as the Harvard of community colleges, where most students go to improve their chances of being accepted into the college of one's choice. As I notice my one year mark creeping around the corner, i realized that am contempt with...” – Tristan from Upland, CA

“…Lake Land College is a great place to get an education. The staff and instructors are as intent on you succeeding in your educational goals as you are. The amount of student assistance available is a guarantee that you achieve your highest level of...” – Martha from Effingham, IL

“…this college is one of the best colleges out there for some one who is not to excited to go back to school. this school has short corse. it is an amazing place every one is extremely nice and you really do learn about what you love. ” – Joseph from Zelienople, PA

“…Midland College is a fun, easy and wonderful college. It was a very enjoyable experience and I am so happy to have the chance to go there for my first two years of college. It has given me what I need to prepare myself for a bigger university.” – Shelby from Midland, TX

“…So far this school has been great with getting me in and heading down the right pathway. My teachers are very helpful and always willing to be available for extra help. Counselors are always checking in with me and giving me suggestions along the way...” – Emily from Port Orchard, WA

“…Professional and resourceful staff. All information taught in class is accurate and applicable in today's world. Online classes have adequate study information, just as good as attending class!” – Susana from Seminole, TX

“…Lee College's Honors Program is one of the top programs in the nation. Lee College continues to make academic history. Lee College is diverse, helpful, and will provide a stable foundation for the rest of my life.” – Hai from Baytown, TX

“…Responsible, Scholarly, Trustworthy” – Meghann from Huntersville, NC

“…College of the Sequoias is a very professional, accredited community college. The counselors and instructors really care for your educational plans and will listen carefully to try to answer any concerns about your grades or class choices. I am proud...” – Esmeralda from DELANO, CA

“…With an awesome faculty who cares and is dedicated to helping you succeed in a friendly environment the College of Southern Idaho is a wonderful place to start your college career. They will help you get your associates degree in your field of choice...” – Mark from Twin Falls, ID

“…small college with great professors willing to help you learn and become active in student activities and clubs. nvc has a sacnas chapter, mesa club and shpe club for those interested in science careers. brand new library with lots of space, many...” – Yadira from Napa, CA

“…I would say my time at hutch right now is very great. The teachers here are awesome and the students here are all friendly.” – Juwan from Oklahoma City, OK

“…i am currently a student at college of the redwoods in crescent city. i have had some real great teachers. some of the teachers at the college of the redwoods in crescent city make learning easy and enjoyable.” – Brandon from Crescent City, CA

“…Lorain County Community College is an excellent stepping stone for those who want to save money while getting a good start in they're college education. A year or two here will prepare you for whatever future you choose, whether its continuing your...” – Mariah from Lorain, OH

“…Lakeland is affordable, and close to home. The staff is knowledgeable and kind. Many clubs, and activities students can join.” – Sanja from Mentor, OH

“…It is a great school to get your general education. Counselors make transferring an easy process. Also, it has many clubs and activities to keep you social.” – DeAngela from Elk Grove, CA

“…Has great help, with teachers and the success center. Teachers really care about you. Clean environment and easy to navigate.” – Ellen from Muskegon, MI

“…keep it clean and on-topic. don't make it personal. please don't include personal attacks, inaccurate information or offensive remarks in your review.” – Aneesh from India