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Complete the admissions process and meet with an academic advisor at the college you plan to attend.
Dallas County residents pay $177 per three-hour class — that is $59 per credit hour, or just $708 for a full-semester load of 12 credit hours.
Compare that to what you’d pay elsewhere! See tuition rates for tuition according to your place of residency.
If you are a Dallas County high school graduating senior, you may qualify for Rising Star funds to help pay for this program. The Rising Star program offers academic support services and up to $4,000 for tuition and books, if you have established financial need.
The catalog provides detailed information about awards and degrees in Auto Body Technology.
Find out more about accreditation and affiliations.
All Eastfield automotive programs are also certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) to teach automotive repair.
An Auto Body Technology advisory board, composed of industry professionals from technicians to company owners, advises the program, rotating members in three-year terms.
Many local companies support the Auto Body Technology program by supplying materials and helping us with special programs and seminars, including:
Eastfield College is the only fixed-site location in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to serve as a site for the Steel Welding Qualification test administered by I-CAR, including:
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See a chart of degree plans by college or visit the credit programs home page.
Get extensive hands-on training in Eastfield’s state-of-the-art automotive labs that house the Auto Body and Automotive Technology programs.
A student Auto Body Club is sponsored by the club’s faculty advisors, Carlos Ojeda and Frank Millsap.
Auto Body Technology instructors have the education and real-world experience to teach the skills you need on the job and in your garage. Faculty members work with you one-on-one, encouraging you and helping you to succeed. See profiles of our Auto Body Technology faculty.
Do you know the difference between OEM and QRP? See definitions for these and other common automotive terms.
You can find more information about everything car-related on our list of links to automotive websites and publications.
Auto Body Technology courses are designed for direct entry into the workforce. However, if you are interested in earning a degree at a four-year institution, please visit the Transfer Services website for guidance on the transfer process.
If you have questions about the Auto Body Technology program that aren’t answered on our website, please feel free to contact us.