INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Help is on the way for more than 1,000 ITT Tech students in Indiana that were left in the dust after the school unexpectedly closed last week.
Five Indiana colleges are offering their assistance to ITT Tech students. Some are even reducing the cost of tuition in an effort to make sure those students get the degrees they set out to earn.
“These are valuable people who have a lot to offer to our communities and we want to help them in every way that we can,” said Dr. David Wright, President of Indiana Wesleyan University.