Flint Trucking Schools

About Schools in Flint
Total Schools:
3
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Graduate Programs:
1
Average Tuition Cost:
$7,740
Average Loan Amount:
$5,249
Average Scholarship Award:
$2,777
Average Classroom Size:
28 Students

Ready to become a diesel mechanic or truck driver? If you live in the Flint area, there are two schools that can give you the education you need. The average cost of tuition in Flint is $7,740 and the average scholarship award is an impressive $2,777. Both Baker College of Flint and Bright Futures Business School boast small class sizes.

Most trucking programs require you to complete your education during typical business hours, but you may be able to take your classes during evening and weekend classes. Full-time programs help you graduate in four to six weeks.

The cost of living in Flint is almost 20% below the national average, making it easy to start your career in this area! Major employers in this area include MAC Transport Inc., Dayton Freight Lines, and E.L. Hollingsworth. Main highways in Flint include M-54, M-21, and I-475.

Those trucking professionals that choose to drive tractor-trailers in this area can earn an average income of $40,820 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013). Light truck drivers report an average annual income of $35,460 per year (BLS, 2013).

Trucking Schools in Flint
(Flint,
MI)
• Offers Truck Driving Programs
• Medium Campus
• Suburban Setting
$7,740 Tuition Cost
$2,777 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards
Baker College of Flint TDS - Flint
(Flint,
MI)
• Offers Truck Driving Programs
Bright Futures Business School
(Flint,
MI)
• Offers Truck Driving Programs