Florida Institute Of Technology Welcomes Students Displaced By ITT Closure

By  //  September 13, 2016

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Expedited Admissions Review, Tuition Discounts

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ITT Technical Institute closed all campuses nationwide after an Aug. 25 order from the U.S. Department of Education barred the school from enrolling students receiving federal financial aid.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Institute of Technology is offering special assistance to students displaced by the closure of ITT Technical Institute.

Florida Tech is taking steps to make the transition easier for qualified students wishing to transfer.

“ITT Tech students who find themselves looking for a new university have many options, and we believe the Florida Tech option is well worth considering,” said Florida Tech President T. Dwayne McCay.

Florida Tech is working to allow for the transfer of ITT Tech credits, as well as offering expedited admissions review and course credit evaluation. ITT students may additionally qualify for a 10 percent tuition discount for online classes.

The university’s online learning program is one option for ITT students to consider, allowing for virtual attendance where ever they may reside.

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Florida Tech’s extended studies sites around the country are another possibility if students wish to continue their learning in a traditional classroom setting.

Associate or bachelor’s degrees in a range of programs may be appealing, including business administration, management, criminal justice, computer information systems, liberal arts and applied psychology.

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“We stand ready to assist qualified students who are serious about continuing their education at at a Tier 1 university,” McCay said.

Interested students should CLICK HERE for more information or to apply.

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