College Junior 2013-09-22T04:18:37Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Wonderful group of ladies make the process smooth and painless!
College Junior 2013-09-22T04:10:38Z
From day one of just looking into the school to the teachers every single person I have met at this school is super! Great people working for students!
They really care about the students and do everything they can to help!
College Junior 2013-06-04T22:22:28Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Financial Aid at ITT Tech is simple and very easy process. Although I think college is expensive, I believe that having a education is the only way to be successful in today's workforce.
College Junior 2013-06-04T22:11:13Z
The campus resources on ITT Tech are great. There's a student center with computers and aides to help you with any problems your facing.
College Senior 2013-05-08T20:01:45Z
Students are trained well and are prepared for the job market in their area and the career services department is really good about help post-graduate students finding jobs if there is any trouble doing so.
College Senior 2013-05-08T19:59:41Z
I'm a Graphics Communications major and the classes are perfect. They are small so the teachers have time to help each persona individually when the students have questions or are experiencing difficulties. The staff members are so kind and are very helpful when there are concerns or questions about processes, financial aid, and careers.
College Senior 2012-12-13T18:04:18Z
Small class sizes, very educated and life experienced teachers, very helpful Fiance and Job Placement assistance. Well worth the money for the extra miles they go for you to succeed!
College Senior 2012-11-16T00:15:47Z
There is always computers available with internet access and printing capabilities. . The internet connection is fast and easily accessable and the staff is knowledgable, friendly and eager to help.
College Senior 2012-11-16T00:12:23Z
Students are extremely helpful with each other and always willing to stay after and tutor and offer helpful tips to be successful.
College Senior 2012-11-16T00:04:13Z
the classes offered are geared toward the program of choice. the classes are thorough and well structured.
College Senior 2012-11-15T23:23:33Z
It is a requirement for all of the students to pass our classes with a minimum of 80%. I believe this makes me work harder and I feel that I have retained more of what I am learning because it means more to me to stay in this program.
Recent Alumnus 2011-11-10T19:01:03Z
It is a small school small classes. I feel it is great for students that cant handle being in large classrooms or around a lot of people. It makes learning easier and less complicated.
Recent Alumnus 2011-11-10T18:58:29Z
Computer Network – Im not sure about the reliability and speed of the computers. I just enrolled and i have not even started yet or had the chance to use the computers
Recent Alumnus 2011-06-20T11:03:36Z
Staff always tried to make you feel confortable with them.
Recent Alumnus 2011-06-20T10:59:17Z
I didn't like the fact that each teacher wanted a different writing style and i felt like i was critiqued on comparison with themselves.
Recent Alumnus 2011-06-20T10:55:58Z
The overall educational value is up to par, but the turnover rate for staff was unbelieveable.
Recent Alumnus 2011-06-14T20:51:00Z
I think the lectures are thorough and the teachers are very knowlegdeable about the subjects I am studying.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-12T04:30:54Z
I'm not going to the Dayton campus but I have seen in reviews that what I am about to tell you is consistent despite which campus you go to.
I should have realized that any school that advertises at 3 am is not going to be a serious school. I'm nearly done with my associates in Software Development and when I am done I will be nearly $40,000 in debt. I knew that it would be that much when I signed up but I also believed that I would be attending a school with the latest technology and information. That is the exact opposite of what I have recieved. EVERYTHING is out of date even FREE programs. And the curiculum is from about 5 years ago (which is rediculous when it comes to software). They JUST got optical mice for the labs!
I've got a lot more...
I have had several (not all, but several) teachers that are sickeningly bad. They are unprofessional, unapproachable, and uninterested. In a recent programming class, on the last day after our final, myself and several other students were still struggling to finish our final projects. We were asking the teacher to help us to get them to work. The TEACHER could not get them to work AT ALL. So I asked him if this was the first time the school had done this project, he said no. I asked how it was possible for him to not know how to do it if he had to deal with it in past classes, he said and I quote, "I think in my last class no one did it." It was the final project and no one did it. This did not surprise me as he was giving answers like that all quarter. That is a serious symptom of poor teaching ability. What really bothers all of us is the fact that every quarter we're supposed to fill out these teacher evaluations but despite ripping these teachers apart for their inability to fulfill their basic job requirements, they just keep popping back up quarter after quarter, year after year. And keep in mind that for every 100 students that graduate (just with an associates degree) they make $4 million, which does not include all the people that dropped out after a few quarters. They can afford better instructors.
For the love of god please do NOT go to this school for a computer course if you are not comfortable with computers. SEVERAL students that started up the same time I did had literally NEVER touched a computer before going there. I don't know why they thought they could jump right into programming but DO NOT FALL FOR IT! They have ALL flunked out, many without jobs, and are now struggling with thousands of dollars of debt.
Here's something that's really crazy... You don't actually buy books, they include books in the tuition and every quarter you just pick your books up. Except every... EVERY quarter they run out of books! My friends and I just figured out why this is (we believe, no evidence obviously). I think they plan on a certain percentage of students failing or dropping out every quarter and undercut how many books they buy for the next quarter. So when people DON'T fail we don't have enough books. A few friends in my math class right now are trying to keep up without books!
Don't think I just have a problem with the school because I'm not doing well, I'm a 4.0 student with perfect attendance. I wish I had the energy to go into all of the other reasons not to enroll but I hope this is sufficient for anyone reading this. It is a horrible rip off. As soon as I'm done with my associates I am out of here. I'm just hoping I can find a decent school that will let me transfer some of my credits. AVOID ITT TECH!!!
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