ITT Technical Institute Reviews - CLOSED

2.17 out of 5 stars
(318 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: $15,000
30% of 318 students said this degree improved their career prospects
34% of 318 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
Scam - 12/30/2015
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."
1.0 out of 5 stars
dillon - 12/30/2015
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."
1.0 out of 5 stars
DUPED - 12/30/2015
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!!!"
1.1 out of 5 stars
Do not attend - 12/29/2015
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."
1.0 out of 5 stars
run! - 12/29/2015
Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2012
"RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN. This is the worst school ever. Worthless degree and stuck with thousands in loans. Was never told I was in a pilot program until half way through my studies. Promised the world and was given a lump of crap. Lies lies lies! Career services did nothing and was sent to jobs interviews not even related to what I studied. Please look into the lawsuit they have against them by the government before you too fall into this trap."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Former Student - 12/29/2015
Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2008
"I graduated over 7 years ago and I've never been hired using the 'degree' I got from this school. I have several times been told during interviews that I could not be hired because of my degree from ITT. All I got was debt that'll never go away. I also don't actually have the paper degree. Right before I was set to graduate they told me I still owed the school $1400 and I could walk in the ceremony but I wouldn't get the actual degree until I paid. I don't want it so they can keep it. Avoid this school. Go to a community collage and get their 2 year degree and transfer to a university. ITT credits DO NOT transfer to any other school. If they told you they do, they lied. Avoid this scam of a school at all cost. My credit is ruined because of them."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Matt - 12/29/2015
Degree: Visual Communications
Graduation Year: 2011
"I am actually quite surprised to see that there are some positive reviews about this school. Going to ITT Tech in Earth City, MO was one of the worst financial mistakes I have ever made in my entire life. When I first started going there I was looking forward to bettering my life and getting out of the funk I was in. My first initial thoughts, during the intro courses, was that it was a watered down version of high school. I looked passed it and was anxious to get into the hands on technical/software stuff I was already good at. I showed up every day and never missed class. I received a 4.0 GPA and was initiated into the National Technical Honor Society. I overlooked the fact that some students barely showed up and barely even did any work and still managed to pass..I figured you get out of school what you put into it and worked hard. After my first year I really started to panic when the school started to show its true colors. I would be pulled into the Financial Aid department constantly being forced to sign stuff, being told if I didn't 'act fast' my funding would run out and I wouldn't be able to get my Associate's Degree (I didn't know at the time but this was their PEAKS private loans they dupe students into signing up for which is the schools high interest SCAM private loans). Some of the instructors looked like they were picked up off of the streets, had absolutely no clue what they were teaching and couldn't answer basic questions. In some courses we even had some students getting up to teach the class. I paid 10 times the price for books we never used..one classes book was even "website for dummies"..which was when I really started to feel like a dummy for being duped into going to this fake institution. Our career Services Department was a joke they would copy and paste SCAM emails from indeed or other job listing sites. My last day at this school was when I received a scam email from career services. I showed it to my boss at the time who went down to the school personally and put them in their place. They had the audacity to call me and berate me for having done that which I found completely unprofessional. I tried to bring this to my chair who just swept it under the rug and told me "don't worry about it they won't even remember who you are by tomorrow." I said a few choice words to him on my way out the door and never came back. Now I have a worthless Associates Degree I spent over $70,000 for in Federal Student Loans and another $10,000 in private loans. I don't even work in the field I went to school for. This school by the way is being sued by a few Attorney Generals, the CFPB, and the SEC. The CEOs were found to have been lying to investors about their fraudulent private loan system. The list goes on...just do yourself a favor and stay away from this school. If you don't have any scholarships to go to a University go to a community college. You can thank me later."
1.1 out of 5 stars
Joshua Stevens - 12/29/2015
Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2014
"Half way through my degree they closed it down and forced me into another degree. They also expelled me for missing 9 days classes due to medical and refused to except my docters notice of absence. They also took loans out under my name and esigned for them without my knowledge. If you are concidering itt tech as your college of choice it would be cheeper to just go to a state university or community college. I know owe close to $100,000 in student loans for a degree that was taken away thanks to corporate greed."
1.3 out of 5 stars
Alexander - 12/29/2015
Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2006
"Attending ITT was the worst decision I have ever made. I used to to work in a lot of blue collar jobs, factories, driving jobs etc. I went to ITT because I wanted a brighter future. I worked hard for two years and graduated. I sent out hundreds upon hundreds of resumes. I applied for positions all over the country and some out of the country. If I received a response at all it was typically that my degree was not good enough and would need further education to even be considered for interview. Eventually the "Career Assistance Department" at ITT found a position for which I could apply. I ended up taking the job because I needed any kind of job. It was a job that had nothing to do with my degree and was a position I could have attained with a high school diploma. I was naive and ill prepared when I applied for classes. I should have searched for grants/aid, things like that. When I spoke to the financial people at ITT they asked me if I was a veteran (no), if I was married (no), if I had any children (no), so they stated I would probably not qualify for aid so they set me up with loans. In the end the loans were not enough and I had to borrow $800.00 from family to be able to graduate. I would never recommend anyone going to this "school". They only want your money and nothing else."
1.0 out of 5 stars
I hate ITT - 12/29/2015
Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Acute Care)
Graduation Year: 2014
"Worst school ever. So disorganized and a joke for an education. Not to mention it is a complete rip off. I'm currently $60,000 in debt and no one will hire me because of my useless ITT diploma. The school I was attending was in Merrillville, IN and is currently under suspension. Go figure. Avoid this dump at all costs."