Automotive Trades - Facilities

Students work in facilities consisting of approximately 82,000 square feet of repair shops, classrooms, on-campus parts store, and study areas. The areas have the latest equipment.

The autobody collision shop contains late-model down-draft bakepaint booths, paint mixing room, framestraightening machines, uni-body bench, and a computerized estimating system.

Auto repair shops and classroom areas contain the latest equipment, including computerized front-end aligners, brake equipment, computerized engine analyzers, automatic transmission and engine machine shop equipment, computer specification and service information terminals in all shops.

Our heavy equipment: truck & diesel shops are equipped with: specialized fuel injection overhauling and test lab; engine rebuilding area of live units; multispeed transmission and rear axle repair area; engine tune-up area containing computer-operated late model diesel engines; handheld diagnostic scanners; and a computerized specifications and service information room.

Students take the motorsports courses and perform extensive hands-on work in a newly remodeled, newly equipped facility located in Alfred. First-year courses are taken in the freshman automotive building located at the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville.