On August 25, the U.S. Department of Education imposed a series of new requirements and conditions on the ITT Technical Institutes, including imposing conditions on our institutions' continued participation in the federal student financial aid programs that the Department of Education administers. We proposed alternatives to the Department of Education, but they were rejected. Therefore, after evaluating the impact of these new requirements on our institutions, we have made the very difficult decision to discontinue our operations effective immediately at the end of the June 2016 quarter and to cancel the upcoming September quarter that was scheduled to begin Monday, September 12.
At this time, we expect that all students will be able to complete their June 2016 academic quarter. Students attending the ITT Tech campus in Baton Rouge should plan to attend any scheduled classes this week necessary to complete the current academic quarter.
Please know we worked diligently to identify alternatives that would have allowed you to start or continue your education at ITT Tech, and earn your degree. But the Department of Education's actions have forced us to cease operations at the ITT Technical Institutes. We are truly sorry to have to make this decision, but wanted to communicate it to you as soon as possible so that you can begin deciding the next steps to take that are best for you.
Important Information for You Going Forward
How do I see my grades?
How do I obtain a copy of my official transcript?
Will my credits transfer to another institution?
Are there any schools in my area with similar programs of study?
When is the last day my campus will be open?
In the future, after the Student Portal is no longer accessible, how do I obtain a copy of my records?
Will I have to repay my student loans?