ITT Technical Institute-Indianapolis East Reviews - CLOSED
I received my AAS EET from San Antonio, then went on to complete the 3rd year EET program in Indianapolis. Directly out of school I went to work for Motorola in the Silicone wafer fab in Austin TX. working with the Plasma Furnace group. Then I went on to become an Electronics engineer working with DC Motor Controllers Back in Indiana. When the Masters in Project Management program started I jumped at the chance and Actually got into the first Class. Since then I have worked as a Field service technician, an R+D technician, Cellular Phone service repair Instructor, Soldering instructor, Service Manager in Agricultural Electronics, Service Manager in Railway industry and Service Planner in the Crane Industry. Due to the training I received at ITT , I have never experienced any difficulty in securing a job and often enjoyed having the flexibility to adapt to new environments quickly. I paid off all of my student loans within a reasonable time fame and During My Career I would often interview and hire other ITT graduates as I knew exactly how they had been trained and what their skill sets would be. Now I am Saddened at the news of the school's closing in what seems to be a political endeavor. I fear that ITT is not the first nor will it be the Last school to suffer this fate. If It ever reopens I would strongly recommend them to all my friends and family.
My educational experience was great, but everything about this school was absolutely misleading, price, participation rules, transferable credits, I got false answer on all the important questions I asked. Be careful if this is a school you are considering.
At first I thought ITT was good but as I got further along in my program I became more and more dissatisfied with the program and school overall. The career services hasn't really helped me out since I've graduated. And it's practically impossible to get in contact with them. I don't feel I learned all I could have learned. It seemed like most of the instructors were there just for a pay check. A few actually did want to help and see that you were learning something. ITT just wanted you to get in there so they could get your money.
I have never experienced an issue at my school. If I had a problem, the faculty would handle my needs.
The overall program is good, and the teachers are very knowledgeable because they are currently in the field. The problem is that their is Absolutely Positively NO SECURITY what so ever, and the tutition is pretty high. I feel that I could have gotten more exposure and a quality education at a State college.