ITT Technical Institute Reviews

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Avg. time to find work: Found a job before graduating
% career related to degree: 60%
Average reviewer salary: $36,667

ITT Technical Institute's Top-Rated Degree Programs

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Percent Employed 67% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $25,000 % Degree Helped Career 14%
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Percent Employed 83% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $47,500 % Degree Helped Career 0%

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Review By ALD
Degree: Industrial Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2015
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Itt will tell you whatever they have to in order to get you in rolled in their classes. (The Madison AL campus). When confronted about something that was told to a student they continue to lie and try to make the student out to be the one who misunderstood. Their teacher are not qualified to teach the classes. And they think pizza parties make up for poor quality in the classroom. They put grades on the grade sheets before the work has been turned in. The teacher show up late for class and do not have classroom material ready for that class. And their financial aid office will lie straight to your face. Give you the wrong date on aid that is due to student. The student is not the important thing to them. They must be rated on how many people they have in class and if the student gets a passing grade. Because that is what is important to them. Getting a quality education is not real high on their list . If you are a parent that is working with your kid to pick a school, DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY.

Worthless degree
Frank Dux -
Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2013
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Here is a little story about ITT Tech. My best friend and I both liked programming. He decided to go to ITT Tech. I decided to go to a state university. We both got bachelor degrees in Computer Science, his from ITT Tech, and mine from a real university. That was five years ago. I work as a software engineer at a nice company and support a family and kids off of that salary. He works nights at doing manual labor at a pipe-making company pouring molten iron. He lives with his parents and gets paid about $12 an hour. Case in point, don't waste your time at ITT Tech. He learned nothing and the degree is worthless.

Mediocre education
Ana Maria -
Degree: Legal Assistant/Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2013
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I attended ITT & was passing classes with honors, still wasn't feeling like I had learned too much. It is way too easy and the education provided for Legal Assistants was mediocre. I felt like I wasted a lot of money on mediocre schooling. Would never recommend this school to anyone, don't make the expensive mistake and I wished I listened to all the other bad reviews before enrolling...

Its what you make of it
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Degree: Industrial Electronics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2014
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I have to agree with some of the points that most of the reviews give but I would not write off ITT Tech completely. I have been a student for the past 3 yrs due to my job not working with my class schedule. I guess it depends on what area you are going to school because I have found my instructors to be very knowledgeable in their subject but they were not given the freedom to teach how they wanted because ITT Tech has a syllabus that they require the teachers to follow. They also tell the teachers that they want them to teach by power point and that these power points should be sent to the students in order for the students to be able to catch up if they miss class. Many of the teachers do open book exams but they don't allow the students to share information while taking the exams. Most of the exams are structured so that most of the answers can be found on the power points given by the teachers so most of the time the students are able to pass by printing out the power points and using them during open book exams. Because of this system, ITT Tech seems to have a high rate of turn over of employees including advisers. My reason for deciding on ITT Tech is the fact that you don't have to take non essential classes like biology when you're taking electronics. I liked that they go through your financial aide with you step by step because I was taking classes at NC Wesleyan College and I had to do my own financial aide which I always seemed to have done wrong but had no one to show me that until it was too late. Now I owe the college money and I can't get my transcripts for the classes that I did complete. While at ITT Tech, I did end up owing because if you drop out or don't pass a class, ITT Tech does not take the money from whatever financial aide you applied for. You end up owing the school for these classes instead of what ever loans that you take in order to pay for school. As far as the degree you get, I have talked to several students who have received a degree and said that the job market for that degree wasn't what they expected. So my plan is to get my degree in Electronics and then go to the community college and take the courses specific to Biomed in order to get the knowledge and training for that particular field. So while ITT Tech is not for everyone, its no different than finding out that a big prestigious college wasn't for me, so you can't really base your decision on someone else's bad experience but on whether or not the curriculum will work for your schedule or goals.

Review By Rodney
Degree: Computer Engineering Technology/Technician
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I attend ITT Tech in Center City Philadelphia. All I can say about this school is that the teacher,student and career services are all that. I've been a student for only a few weeks and I am having the time of my life. The teachers are very good at what they do. And the students there are all willing to help each other out with class work. And the teacher will make sure you know the work and know it well. I would say its all up to you if you want to have a good career. And with that you must study hard and do the work they give you.I think that the people who complained about the school got intimmadated a little and never gave the school or themselves a chance.

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Degree: Art & Design
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I am currently enrolled in ITT Tech. I researched schools very carefully and decided ITT had the most current industry softwares and curriculum. ITT Tech offers a pretty competitive degree. I dont understand how anyone could say otherwise. I take Comp 1 & II, Algebra, Trigonometry, and next semester I am scheduled for Survey of Economics and Physics. I work very very hard to try and maintain my GPA. My Trig teacher just announced to the class 1 wk before finals that only 3 students are passing so far, (get your work in). Another instructor does not accept work 2 weeks late, and yet another wont accept late work at all. I hope to graduate with honors, not because they 'inflate our grades', but because I have devoted many many hours of my time and frustration plunking through some very demanding material. I have also seen 20 ppl show up on week 1 and by week 4 the class is down to half that. It is not just a school for ppl who work full time jobs (I dont know how they can do it), it is a school for anyone. Finally, regarding employability: although several classmates interviewed and got great jobs before graduation, my fav is a guy who after shyly admitting to class he got a job, looked over at me any said with a smile, "this s... just paid for itself".

Great Veteran school
chrid -
Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2013
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I thought ITT was a decent school. Yes some of the instructors were garbage but its like that everywhere. If you put the time in you can learn. ITT helped me get a job in my field before I graduated. I feel like I know just as much as the UCSD grads. The whole $10 an hour thing is BS, I got a job after my AS degree making $21 with benefits. Its about how you sell yourself. Because no matter what school you go to you still have to go to the interview and get yourself that job.

Would you get the same degree if you could start over?

I would choose electronic engineering again.

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If your a veteran this is a great school for you because it is year round and you don't miss out too much with you GI benefits. As you know if your not in school you don't get paid.

Get it in writing......
Matthew Burningham -
Degree: CAD/Computer Aided Drafting
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I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone, however my personal opinion aside if you do decide to go to the ITT Tech, there are a few things you should be aware of... they will say anything to get you enrolled and be able to charge you for enrollment, don't take anything they say at there word get it in writing, and I mean anything from credit transfers to class enrollment, programs offered to scholarships and grants.Second they are looked at in the professional community as a joke. You can get a good grade without doing the work, the instructors will exchange easier grading and less assignments for good student reviews. If you are looking to build your portfolio of work to prepare you for the workforce ....DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY with ITT Tech. Your better off with a local community college, honestly you'll get more out of an online tutorial than at that school.

You get what you put into it but
cap -
Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2012
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I have found that the career services department is horrid, when I graduated from my associates degree I was sent out on interviews for really good jobs in my field. However, in the 1 1/2 years it took to finish my bachelors degree they turned over personnel twice and I started getting "leads" for jobs that hardly paid. I made $50 + in my current position and they were sending me jobs making $10-15 per hour, it wasn't worth it. I was promised more "leads" but till only get one email every couple months from career services. In this day in age jobs are harder to come by and they didn't help us when we graduated from our bachelor program like they did when we graduated from associates program.

IF YOU NEED A SIGN, THIS IS YOUR SIGN
Allied Health Student -
Degree: Allied Health
Graduation Year: 2014
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If you are still considering ITT, don't. You will be very disappointed. As you would expect, most who are interested in these kinds of institutions have full time jobs, with children or just don't have the time. Sure the commercials insist that they will work with your schedule, and yes, they promised morning and evening classes during my orientation but that was a lie. Everyone had the same schedule. Sometimes morning, sometimes afternoon. The staff is crap, disrespectful, uneducated, unprofessional and always changing. We just had an instructor who tested positive for narcotics...unfortunately the best we've had teach at the school. I could go on and on but in short: save yourself the trouble. You definitely can do better than ITT.

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