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4 out of 5
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Degree: Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 1999

ITT Tech is like anything else in life. You get out of it what you put into it. I graduated in 1999 from Houston campus. We had some excellent teachers, and we had some OK teachers. There was a very high dropout rate because many people underestimated the commitment necessary to graduate. It isn't a cheap solution, and it doesn't guarantee a job. I graduated 16 years ago and I am now making around 6 figures. Here is what I got for my money: 1. debt - this will happen with any school. If you don't commit to the school and dropout, you will get debt without a degree - not smart. 2. job - After graduation, I spent 2-3 months looking for a job. ITT helped me work on my resume (they also help you find a job while attending school as they don't want you to drop out). ITT provided my resume to employers (Employers contact ITT for recent graduate lists). ITT helped me with interviewing skills, and I got my job through this placement service provided by them. 3. Hands-on experience. I work with a lot of Electrical Engineers, none of them know Electronics like I do. EET doesn't immediately make you an Engineer, it makes you a Technologist. You can develop into an Engineer, you can develop into a consultant, or you can immediately become a technician or Field Service Engineer. 4. Balanced education - They have Written and Oral Communications classes as well as Success Orientation classes. This isn't vocabulary or English 101. This is how to communicate effectively and interpret other's communication. This is where many other schools fall short. 5. Future job help - contact your local office. Tell them where you graduated. They will help you. If you have worked hard and have a good resume, you will get another job in your field. ITT isn't a get-rich quick method. It is a service you can buy that will give you a way to find a career, as long as you completely commit and try really hard. If you don't graduate, all you get is debt. You need to work very hard or else you are wasting your time at any school.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2016

This school is full of crap!!!!!! Do not attend they lie steal, and cause you so many problems! they do not help the students what so ever!. some of the teachers here(NORFOLK VA) are so rude, Don't help the students are inconsiderate ect. I have been attending since 2014 and expect to graduate 2016 this year. I have had so many problems here its beyond frustrating! the career department cannot even help you find a job. The medical program is wack! They cannot even keep it afloat! I can go on and on about this particular campus but I will warn you DO NOT COME HERE YOU WILL WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY!!! WHICH THEY POCKET ANYWAY!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2005

Please whatever you do... do not go to this school. It will not make you more employable. It will ruin your life, seriously. Do yourself a favor and apply to your local community college, degrees there are a quarter of the price. Also for scale a 4 year university is 1/2 the price of itt. Itt-tech doesn't even have degrees. They have pieces of paper with the word degree on it, but that doesn't mean it's a degree. If I put the word potato on a duck, does it make it a potato? The facility does not care about their job or helping their students. The administration specializes in marked up predatory loan. The Army's Ranger school has a higher graduating class percentage than itt-tech's degree programs. They both have one thing in common to make you fail. If you don't believe me: check out John Oliver report on student loan debt. Also look at the lawsuits that are currently (and past) going against them. The only lesson that I learned is from itt-tech is to never trust a company. Stay away from factitious for-profit schools.

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Automation Engineer Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 1995

My experience was positive. Prepared me very well for a career in factory automation. I have been employed from the day of graduation with great pay. I have enjoyed a great career and my skills seem to be always in demand. I attended the campus in Fort Wayne, IN.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2001

I went to ITT years ago. Although it was expensive I did gain a lot out of it. OUR graduating class started with 100+ students but 15 graduated in my class. I Am currently working in one of the most respected companies in the WIRELESS industry now, over 15 years. Straight out of school ITT placed me in a Military contracting company specializing in Microwave systems. I mention this because, what you get from a school, work or the military is what you put into it. We also had a teacher who was not cutting it, the students took action and requested a new teacher, the school responded and replaced the teacher immediately. I had hard time getting to class and was put on academic probation several times. BUT I managed to get my butt moving and get it together. Yes some companies don't recognize this school, In my opinion your resume, how you carry yourself, back up your skills and handle interviews nails you the job. It's you.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

It blows my mind the number of bad reviews for ITT Tech students. I worked hard, worked with career services, and working at Raytheon making an above average salary. Bottom line good students with a good work ethic and are professional from their appearance to how they talk and express their self get hired, get the jobs, get the plumb internships. The students who half a-- it blame everyone else for their circumstances.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Engineering
Graduation Year: 2009

THIS SCHOOL IS A SCAM!!!!! If you are thinking of paying for this school and attending.... Pick another school. ITT degrees are worthless. This school is a crap shoot. I wasted a lot of my time and money at this school, got no degree, and am still paying off the loans 6 years later.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2013

I started at itt with the hope i could avance my self in the world. I was rushed through admissions and told that they gaurenteed me a job making 60k a year. First week i had 6 different teachers for my classes because they quit. I am not 50k in debt and cant make more then 15 bucks an hour in the field. All these positive reviews should be questioned. If you want more info just google itt tech and you can find the multiple investigations that are being done and have been done. Itt is on advanced cash monitoring status and enrollment is dropping. They are publically traded on stock market as itt esi. So that being said they dont care and will lie and steal from you. Dont enroll and stay away.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2013

Worst mistake of my life! Don't get scammed like me and 1000's of others!! A worthless degree and a lifetime of debt! Their education is lacking in every single way! Teachers teaching what they know nothing at all about! Run run run run far away!!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2010

Do not attend, it's a joke of school. It will just get you debt. Degree is not accepted anywhere. A lot of empty promises, from administration and career services. You will get nothing except large debt bill and harassing calls from debtors. You will become laughing stock for employers.

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