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I'm a retired vet from the army and currently attending uti. they will lie to you from the start just know that.

but it's an ok start for a career if you don't know much. if you have other tech schools or a community collage in your area that offers auto or diesel programs check them out. I suggest that you take a diesel course because most of those jobs pay by the hour, not flag hours or commission I will finish my course at 57 weeks and will receive an associates degree.

if you chose uti take the diesel program only because you can always add auto or dealer training. hope this helped, stick to your guns and don't let them bully you into something you don't want

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

Universal Technical Institute Pros: Instructors, Books labs computers, Vet center.

Universal Technical Institute Cons: Conduct standards, Curriculum, Policy, Money focus, Lies.

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Hey man, army vet here as well, not sure how this site works (like how long ago you posted this) but I'd love to ask you some more questions about your experience thus far with UTI. I couldn't really tell if you were saying to just forgo UTI and get with a community college, or that UTI would be fine as long as you stick to your ***.

I have many old buddies from my platoon who have gone to UTI with huge success so I'm wondering where all this hatred is coming from. Not bashing your experience in any way, just trying to get informed.


PS idk if there's a way you can direct message me on this thing or what but I'll check back occasionally for any replies