ITT Tech School Loan Forgiveness

Another For-Profit College To Avoid

When ITT Technical Institute closed all of its’ 130 schools earlier this year they left 30,000+ students unable to use their degree, but it wasn’t a surprise to many people paying attention.

Due to ITT’s shady marketing practices for its’ graduation and placement rates they had been looked at by the government and also an accrediting agency for a while before the closing. ITT Technical Institute was sued by 2 federal agencies and the attorney generals for New Mexico and Massachusetts.

The final straw was that they failed to prove that they were in compliance and the government just had about enough and pulled the plug on the school and forced them to file for bankruptcy on September 16, 2016.

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ITT Tech Closing Loan Forgiveness
ITT Tech Closing Loan Forgiveness

STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS

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