Transferring credits to ITT is easy. Transferring credits FROM ITT is next to impossible.
The administrators don't seem to want to invest time in helping arrange a schedule that accommodates the students. In fact, they tell some students the schedule is written in stone, while allowing others to arrange custom schedules.
There are no resources at this campus that set it apart.
The Virtual Library fails in comparison to using Google.
The only campus activities are created by students, and the faculty fails to help communicate those activities and/or events.
I have a far more reliable and faster network at home.
I don't know how they can get away with calling themselves a Technical Institute, when they can't even set up a network that works properly.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid department is a joke here. They try to pressure you into signing things, while blatantly trying to deny you the time to actually read the contract details. The school offers a private loan to students whose tuition isn't entirely covered by FAFSA. While promising to find lenders to cover that private loan, they put no effort into it. After you complete the program, they tell you they couldn't find a lender (Really? After 2 years, you couldn't find someone to cover $3,000 - but the government was willing to cover $36,000? Really?) They then announce their interest rate of 24%, and the non-negotiable payment plan.
The school itself is a bigger ripoff, but the financial aid people only get paid to fill out forms for students, rather than actually "aid" them.
I really like the lab work they give me, its not all just book work and calculation. Our Professors really know what their talking about and help when you really need it.
I like my school because i love what it offers when it comes to the electrical Field. The time they put into hands on work with circuits it great and good experience.
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