Is ITT Tech accredited?
Ask any college if they'll accept or transfer credits from ITT.
Is ITT a good school?
Is ITT Tech a college?
Is ITT worth it?
Read these posts and decide for yourself.
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Read the announcement here: http://www.sec.gov/news/pressrelease/2015-86.html
Read the formal SEC complaint here (filed May 12, 2015):
Their stock plummeted from a daily high $4.15 to below $3 after the announcement.
Back in 2009 their stock was at a high of over $130 but has declined ever since.
Read ITT's reply stating they will fight the SEC's Unfounded Charges here:
This web site is dedicated to those who have complaints against ITT-Tech.
If you're thinking of attending ITT, read the reviews here first and think again!
BBB Statistics: 129 complaints filed through the Better Business Bureau.
BBB Accreditation revoked due to failing to honor its accreditation agreement with the BBB.
Would you hire someone with a degree from ITT Tech in your specialized field?
What are your thoughts on the caliber of training a student from ITT Tech receives?
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...if you showed me a piece of red construction-paper, with your name written on it in yellow crayon,
it would have more credibility, longevity, and educational integrity, than your ITT Technical Institute diploma.
Can the end be near for ITT?
Many of you say, "Yes!!!"
In February of 2015 several board memebers sold off portions of their stock in ITT as noted in the
Statement of changes in beneficial ownership of securities documents:
Here's an article on SEC legal action: http://www.ibj.com/articles/49598-itt-shares-plunge-35-percent-after-sec-threatens-action
On August 4th, 2014, ITT-Tech CEO, Kevin M. Modany, announced he will step down Feb. 4, 2015. Their stock plummeted.
Here is a list of Funds holding ITT Stock (NYSE Symbol: ESI) - https://www.holdingschannel.com/funds/holding-esi/
Several of you have been kind enough to send me links to various articles.
Here's a link to the source, ITT-Tech:
I am a former instructor at an ITT in Texas. This place is not a real school. Instructors are encouraged to lie about student's academic performance and attendance, when you don't and I wouldn't, problems occur.
I am an adjunct instructor at ITT Tech in Omaha, NE teaching my first course for them. I DO NOT PLAN TO RETURN! The instructional materials given to me were inadequate and the pacing is not realistic for the type of student that is enrolled there.
...if you showed me a piece of red construction-paper, with your name written on it in yellow crayon, it would have
more credibility, longevity, and educational integrity, than your ITT Technical Institute diploma.
Not only does ITT cost more than their public school counterparts, it is also significantly more expensive than comparable for-profit colleges. For example, the cost of an Associate degree at ITT’s Clive, IA campus is $47,928. The same degree at Kaplan University in Des Moines, IA is $30,654, and the degree costs $10,290 at the Des Moines Area Community College. ITT’s Clive campus had a 54.7 percent withdrawal rate for students enrolling between 2008 and 2009.
Check with your local Attorney General to see if they are working on any legal action against ITT.
Read the full document here and ITT's reply here ... why do they use such small print?
Also on this site: ITTs "Pain Funnel" illustrates four levels of pain with questions corresponding to each level. ... the "Pain Funnel" presents a number of questions that the recruiter can ask that are progressively more hurtful.
Awesome website! I wish I would have known what an awful place ITT is.
ITT used deceptive recruitment practices to lure students into enrolling (particularly low-income students and veterans) to receive their federal financial aid. These students then receive none of the valuable career skills for which they enrolled in the program and they leave with enormous amounts of debt.
Do not teach at ITT!
The company's "Pain Funnel" illustrates four levels of pain with questions the recruiter can ask which are corresponding to each level.
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