My overall experience with this business was mixed. I would recommend that a person, who wishes to achieve a degree, to seek it out from an accredited university or community college. If one wishes to acquire, on the job skills, as in trade work. Then this business might be worth your attention. Even then I would only recommend that one considers this business for training if they are seeking a Technology focused job. I completed the course work for a bachelors program for Information Security Systems at the Troy, MI campus in 2011. During that time have observed much of ITT’s operation and have criticisms and compliments. When I first enrolled I was not seeking a degree but rather to acquire technical skills that would improve my knowledge of IT/IS. That I did do. But many other students there had the expectation that a “degree” earned there would guarantee a rewarding career. I believe many others were misled by the sales pitch provided to them by the recruiting staff, that this would be the case. Likewise, the enrollment process featured, what was termed as an “Entrance Exam” which was in actuality a simple series of problem solving questions. The questions were terribly easy and I believe meant to boost the confidence of applicants so that they would be more likely to agree to enrolment terms. This gives way to my next criticism. The poor student body which is made up of people who do not take work seriously, in that the serious students are far outnumbered by the not serious ones. The same people who leave ITT with substandard skills, leave bad impressions on prospective employers, and make it difficult for the serious ones to find work. The cost of these courses, though it has beneficial information, is ruinously expensive. I have earned one of their bachelor’s degrees and am in debt over 60K. Thankfully institution from which I borrowed has a professional staff and is offering assistance with my loan payments. The instructors ran the gambit from highly knowledgeable and professional (at least in the IT course) to absolutely feckless. Thankfully the IT instructors were highly knowledgeable professionals. The lab work offered was the most beneficial. The equipment at my school, though in short supply, was in good working order and helped me to develop skills that I use in my current line of work. The career services were likewise helpful. These ones helped me to construct my resume and find work within my field. The only true advantage I would say that this business has over a community college is the faced paced, and focused, curriculum, which surpassed my experience at Community College, which had a confusing curriculum map and left enrollment entirely up to the students. In closing, this business did help me to acquire trade skills and did better my knowledge of Computer Networked systems and is the same knowledge which I used to acquire my industry certifications. They assisted me with resume creation and job placement in my field. However, consider that this is a business whose main concern is getting bodies in their class seats. There are almost no enrollment requirements or restrictions. So expect a mob of people claiming to be students. The expense for these courses are comparatively high. If you are interested with learning a trade then stick to the Associates program. Only then focus on the courses for which ITT Tech is best known. That is Computer Networking, Media design, Drafting and electronics. The other courses are expansions meant to draw in more customers. As for me the whole experience was somewhat beneficial, but I have made the decision, that once my debt is in control, to seek out a degree back at the community college.