ITT Technical Institute Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (321)
Being all honest and upfront. I would not recommend going to ITT for school. The price you pay for your degree is ridiculous, you WILL be owing A LOT of money. Do research on COST not just commercial BS. Don't be fooled by commercials. I got my Associates from ITT, but then went on to UMUC to get my Bachelors degree, I am earning 23K more a year just by getting my Bachelors and getting a new job. Look into online schools and you will pay much less for them than for ITT and have a much wider range of job opportunities. You are limited to job opportunities when graduate from a Technical school compared to a non-technical.
I was an older student when I went and graduated, I was even older than the most professors! I stuck to it , studied hard, I was hired while enrolled in school at Ft. Sam Houston JBSA and 4 years later, I am now employed with one of the top 3 letter agency in the world ! Making top money and working on one of the most critical missions in the world ! Worked forty hours a week plus went to school at night ! It was worth it ! Thanks to all the professors that helped me after hours !
This is my story with ITT. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA, but was given any help finding a job. I've visited the campus career center several time without any result, or leads. I ended up call several other campus career center to get help. I was promised before enrolling into the Construction Management program placed within my degree area, upon graduation, but none of it was true. The two major courses within my degree program, I wanted to learn the most, project scheduling and estimating, won't even touch. We couldn't use any computer programs in Project Scheduling because they couldn't get them to work. In estimating, we did no estimates, the class only had five open book quizzes and a take home final. I left ITT Technical Institution owing 25,000.00 in student loans and job referrals or help of any kind, within my degree area. I'm still paying on my loans and no easy way out of this situation. I'm now back working at the same job I was before enrolling at ITT. I hope this help someone, because ITT surely didn't help me.
This school will saddle you up with a lifetime of high interest student loan debt if you don't come from a rich family. The education is terrible and you will leave this school having learned almost nothing. What you will learn is that you just spent 2 years getting completely scammed and will now have to pay for it for the rest of your life. Please do research before going to any ITT Tech campus. Just do a simple Google search and you will find thousands upon thousands of negative things written about the school. Ask yourself, is that the kind of reputation you want in a college?
Positive experience. Always have a job with a valuable skill. ITT provided me the tools and core knowledge to start a career in robotics. Pay is good and plenty of jobs. My student loan reached $24,000 which I paid off within 5 years. Had a job prior to graduation working for a high tech company in Robotics.
ITT was a great place to go to school. I had great instructors that really got to know each student and work along side them. With that and all the hands on labs, I felt like I got a great education.
Financial Aid was great, I only owed $25 000 when I graduated. I'm a Engineering Technician level 3 with a global semiconductor corporation. 30 000 employees. Living in the Southbay, working in the Southbay. I even got the CEO award for outstanding performance. Not bad for a former Bartender.
College was a great experience to learn how to grow as an individual.
This is the worst school ever and I am so mad that I have to pay for this crap. The teachers don't teach anything the either just pass you or you have to find a way to learn it on your own. And they ha sign up and register for the classes without telling me they took what I wanted to do out the school. I'm really considering leaving during my fourth quarter cause I can't honestly do this anymore or I'm just gonna flunk out at this point. Please do not go here.
My collage did not teach me much of anything on what my field was the gen ed were in no way related to anything I was doing in my area of study, and there was nothing set up to show us how to get a job in the field