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Trade School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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TRAIN AT UTI IN RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA

At our Rancho Cucamonga campus, we prepare students for a career in the transportation and welding industries.1 In our Automotive Technology program, you’ll learn everything from brakes, undercar and advanced diagnostics, to vehicle power and performance for foreign and domestic vehicles.

As part of our Diesel Technology program, our dedicated diesel lab features a full line of trucks and equipment. And our Welding Technology program prepares students with the skills they need to learn to weld and pursue a career as a welder.

3 programs Number of core programs offered
147,227 sq. ft. Square feet of campus area, including classrooms and labs
56 Number of classrooms & labs on campus
1998 Year campus opened

CORE PROGRAMS OFFERED

Automotive Mechanic Training in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

The 51-week Automotive Technology program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career as an auto technician. As a graduate from the Rancho Cucamonga campus, you’ll earn an associate degree and be prepared to complete examinations to become ASE certified.

Diesel Mechanic Training in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Students in the 45-week Diesel Technology program dive into all things diesel, from engine service and repair to electronic systems and technology. Upon completion of the program, you'll earn a diploma or associate degree, depending on your chosen specialty. You will also be prepared to complete ASE examinations.

Welding Training in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Created in conjunction with Lincoln Electric, the 36-week Welding Technology program covers four different welding processes to prepare you as a combination welder. As a graduate, you’ll earn a diploma and be prepared to test for welding certifications.

CORE PROGRAMS START EVERY THREE TO SIX WEEKS

SPECIALIZED TRAINING PROGRAMS OFFERED

Complete your core program and move on to one of our specialized training programs. UTI teams with leading industry brands to offer you additional skills to GET THERE. FASTER. SMARTER. UTI's Ford FACT or Toyota TPAT electives can prepare you for a career as an automotive technician.

EARN YOUR CERTIFICATIONS HERE

See what you can earn as a student at our Rancho Cucamonga campus.

START YOUR ASE CERTIFICATION

A graduate of UTI’s programs accredited by the ASE Education Foundation can substitute his or her training for one year of work experience toward ASE’s two-year work requirement.

GET YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Rancho Cucamonga awards Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degrees to Automotive and Automotive/Diesel Technology graduates. Graduates of the Diesel and Welding programs will receive diplomas.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA CAMPUS

The UTI Rancho Cucamonga campus is nestled in the foothills of the Los Angeles-San Bernardino basin near the San Gabriel Mountains. From Rancho Cucamonga you can ski in the morning and still head to the beach in the afternoon. And it's a short drive to many attractions in the Los Angeles area.

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CAMPUS LOCATION

9494 Haven Avenue
   Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

M-F | 8am-5pm | Hours
M-F | 10:30am & 3:30pm | Campus Tours


909-484-1929 | Campus
800-834-7308 | Admissions
866-246-2151 |  Financial Aid
888-692-7800 |  Student Services
909-510-6440 |  Career Services

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Our programs are grounded in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and are directly relevant to industry needs.

HELPING YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

At UTI, our priority is to make sure our students have everything they need to realize their goals. Here’s how we strive to give you the support you need to succeed.

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HOUSING SERVICES

We team with Collegiate Housing Services to help students who are relocating find affordable shared or individual housing near campus. Contact Housing Services for more information.

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CAREER SERVICES

UTI has local Career Advisors at each campus to assist you with your search for a part-time job that could help you cover living expenses while you attend school.1 Contact Career Services for more information.

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FINANCIAL AID

We work with you to find scholarships, grants and other financial assistance to help qualified students with their expenses.10 Contact our Financial Aid department for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS

FAST TRAINING FOR THE FUTURE YOU WANT

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What is the classroom learning like?

    UTI follows a blended learning model, which includes a mix of online instructor-led training with hands-on application in the lab. This type of training is modeled after what’s used in the industry today and can provide more flexibility for students.

    UTI’s core programs follow this style, except for Welding and CNC Machining. These programs follow a hands-on learning model.

  • Are academic classes such as math, science or English required?

    While not separate classes, math and science aligned with the learning skills are incorporated into the course teachings, along with industry terminology that technicians need to succeed.

  • Are students required to have experience in order to attend?

    No, our curriculum does not require prior experience and is specifically designed to teach the skills necessary to pursue a career as a entry-level technician.

  • What certifications will I hold when I graduate?

    Graduates earn either a diploma or Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS) degree, depending on the program and campus, with the possibility of additional certifications.

  • Can students work while attending UTI?

    Yes, students can work and attend school if needed. Our Career Services team can help identify local job openings based on a student’s schedule.