Important Information

On September 6, 2016, ITT Technical Institute (ITT) announced the permanent closure of its 130 campuses nationwide.

Private, for-profit colleges like ITT have been under intense scrutiny in recent years after a series of institutions have gone bankrupt and shut down. These campus closures have had devastating consequences for students and staff, and state and federal regulators are working to prevent future closures and pursue justice.

In the meantime, students affected by the closure need to know what to do and where to turn for assistance with their student loans and to complete their education.

This page contains important state resources and information for all California students enrolled at ITT, as well as those impacted by other for-profit school closures in recent years.

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Background and U.S. Department of Education Investigation of ITT

A recent investigation by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) into the financial stability of ITT raised serious concerns about ITT’s accreditation, financial stability, and its ability to serve students.

In response to the ED’s findings, the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Private Post-Secondary Education (BPPE) issued an Emergency Decision requiring ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT) to stop accepting new students at its 15 California locations on August 25, 2016. Shortly after BPPE’s decision, ITT announced that they would no longer be accepting new students at any of their campuses nation-wide.

In response to steps taken by state and federal regulators, ITT announced the immediate closure of all 130 of its campuses nationwide in a statement released on September 6, 2016.

Immediate Steps For Current ITT Students

  • For information on grades and ordering transcripts, visit the ITT student portal by clicking Student Portal by clicking this link.
  • Once the Student Portal is no longer accessible, you will be able to obtain your records and other key contact information at This site will house links to request your transcript, education verification and other information.
  • Students who wish to transfer credits and complete program at a new school must first confirm a school that will accept their credits and begin transfer process to complete their education.

Students Affected by Campus Closure

  • Students with Federal Loans may be eligible for a closed school loan discharge. More information can be found at
  • Students who successfully completed their program but feel that they may have been misled or defrauded can file a claim at the Federal Loan Borrower Defense page to see if they are eligible for relief.
  • Visit the BPPE’s Guide for Students Facing a School Closure.
  • For additional information on student financial aid and other options available, please also see information provided by the U.S. Department of Education available by clicking here and here.

Special Considerations for Students Using the GI Bill

Veterans and GI beneficiaries including spouses, children, and/or other eligible persons using their GI Bill with ITT or other defunct institutions should read the following information and be sure to take the appropriate action:

  • Students may or may not be able to continue their educational goals elsewhere.
  • There is no guarantee that other schools will accept any transfer credits from ITT.
  • GI Bill beneficiaries enrolled at ITT may file a complaint with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Education here and may contact the USDVA Call Center with questions at 1-888-442-4551 (Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. CST).
  • The California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) may be able to assist with a variety of service connected needs, including employment, healthcare, housing, advocacy, and USDVA claims assistance. Visit CalVet’s page here.
  • While there is currently no way to restore any months of GI Bill eligibility used at ITT under Federal Law, California students from a qualifying closed school may be eligible for GI Bill reimbursement through the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF). The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education administers the STRF and is currently finalizing the application process. For additional information regarding STRF eligibility and your GI Bill, contact the Bureau at (888) 370-7589, press 5 when prompted, or email questions to

ITT California Campus Locations and Enrollment Data

Campus Location



GI Beneficiaries Enrolled

Total Enrollment


362 North Clovis Avenue





1140 Galaxy Way Ste 400





4160 Temescal Canyon Road Ste 100





16916 S. Harlan Rd.




National City

401 Mile of Cars Way, Ste 100