Josh Hubin is a ’08 graduate of McPherson College and is our Automotive Restoration Admissions Counselor. Contact Josh with any questions about being admitted to the program at or call 800-365-7402.

Are you passionate about opening your own auto restoration business, working for an auction company or even managing a major car collection? Our graduates do all of this and more. We prepare graduates to step into corporate level restoration entities, become general restorers, step into museum settings and become leaders in the industry.

Our four-year bachelor’s degree program will give you many advantages including - internships with national museums and restoration shops, career services support, resume building, in-depth learning and dedicated instructors who will personalize your experience.

Call 800-365-7402 to schedule your tour of our first-class restoration facility.

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The Auto Restoration Admissions Process

Individuals interested in studying Automotive Restoration Technology must be admitted separately to the program after being admitted to the College. Enrollment in the Automotive Restoration Technology Program is limited to 40 new students including 5 degree-holding transfers. To be admitted into the Automotive Restoration Technology Program, an applicant must:

1Apply to McPherson College. Submit the free, online application to McPherson College.

2Submit required documents. High school students/first-time freshmen must provide a state-certified high school transcript or GED and corresponding standardized test scores. Transfer students must provide official copies of transcript(s) from all college(s) and an official copy of high school transcripts or GED certificate. See Admissions page for specific requirements.

3Acceptance to McPherson College. You will be notified if all requirements are met and your are accepted to McPherson College.

4Apply for candidacy to the Automotive Restoration Program. Prepare and upload a portfolio, essay and resume to Slideroom.  Please see upload requirements here.
5Submit Enrollment Deposit. Upon acceptance into the Automotive Restoration Program, students must submit a $250 deposit to reserve their place. The non-refundable deposit will be applied to her/his tuition. Early applications are encouraged because the size of the program is limited.