Reivew Averages: 3.5 out of 10 (16 reviews)
ITT Tech Reviews:
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
October 22, 2012
I attended ITT in Portland Oregon back in 1998. I had no issues with this school and graduated with honors while working full time.I think the school was fair, and understanding of this situation. While I will agree that this school will accept anyone willing to pay, I'll make the argument of why shouldn't they? Let's face it, many people who walk through their doors aren't going to get accepted into a "real" University. So, ... [Read more]
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
It's a scam!
January 29, 2012
I graduated from the St. Rose, LA (New Orleans) "campus" in 02. I learned NOTHING from this "school". I'm still paying on my student loans and work in the same industry I did before ITT. This company is strictly set up to defraud the Federal Govt. out of Pell grant and Stafford loan money. One instructor angrily quit while I was there and spread word throughout the student body how useless the place was. We ... [Read more]
14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Enrolled for a week, glad I got out of this diploma mill when I did
September 26, 2011
My wife signed me up on a website just to get information and ITT Tech were the first to call. They were very nice and very helpful at first and of course he walked me through the Financial Aid part of enrolling. Once they got the money, I was on my own. The teachers were generally as helpful as they could be but if you were to spend $45,000 a year and graduate, the degree ... [Read more]
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
The nastiest school on earth.
January 2, 2010
At ITT TECH You are not a student you are a "start number". The tuition for associate degree is $43,000, ITT TECH is nothing but money launderers.can you imagine paying such a high cost for an unaccredited school, you cannot transfer credits to a different college. Once you start ITT, you're stuck there or you wasted a lot of money. Most of the students that started when I did have already dropped out due to ... [Read more]
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
ITT Tech. is the biggest SCAM in the U.S.
January 21, 2012
I graduated with 2 degrees from there. ITT = Business Scam! One giant, huge RIP-OFF. One of the largest mistakes in my life was going back there for a B.S. Degree in IT. I realized about 1/2 way in their program that I had made a serious error by going.. There are NO jobs waiting for students coming out of a school like that, you have to find your own job &/or business. They're NO ... [Read more]
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
August 12, 2011
ITT is a good school if you wanna be ripped off. They are money hungry and also the books they give you are not real books. They make their own books and do anything to save the school money. They told me the school was only going to be so much money and instead of telling more information, they took out two loans and now im going to have to pay about 9500 back for ... [Read more]
13 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Too expensive for the education received.
June 8, 2011
Hello, I graduated from ITT Tech at the Pittsburgh institute. My experience was extremely dissatisfying as I now have 43,000 in student loans 65,000 with interest plugged in. This school was the biggest mistake/biggest money pit I will ever make the mistake of doing. The course work was ridiculous and the degree is worthless I learned more on my own than any of the classes offered here. They had the necessary tools but lacked in ... [Read more]
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