ITT Tech students find assistance and opportunity at Motlow State
LYNCHBURG, TN (Sept. 22, 2016) — ITT Tech Institute students who have questions about continuing their education can find the answers at one of the four Motlow State Community College campuses.
ITT Tech is a for-profit educator that recently ceased operations at all campuses due to sanctions imposed by the U.S. Department of Education. The college's closure affects over 40,000 students nationwide and is one of the largest in U.S. history.
"We welcome ITT Tech students to come and explore what Motlow State has to offer," said Jeremy Mills, director of recruitment at Motlow. "Students will find that our campus community is a compassionate and close-knit environment. Class sizes are small, the faculty are extremely caring and engaging, and our tuition costs are competitive and very affordable."
The first step for the ITT Tech student who is interested in Motlow State is to go to the Motlow website, mscc.edu/ITT, to complete a digital contact form. A page has been specifically developed to assist ITT students, who will be contacted by a recruitment staff member after submission of the form.
Motlow State staff can explain what the college has to offer such as flexible course scheduling, academic and workforce programs, transfer of previously earned credit and how Motlow can prepare individuals for the future.
Motlow is one of the fastest growing colleges in the nation and has several "cutting edge" academic programs.
Each of the four Motlow campuses has a dedicated recruiter who is equipped to answer questions and help students.
The dedicated recruiters are: Smyrna campus-Gary Winton, 615-220-7803; McMinnville campus-Sally Pack, 931-668-7010, ext. 2133; Moore County (Tullahoma) campus-Sheri Mason, 931-393-1764; and Fayetteville campus-Cindy Jackson, 931-433-9346.
"At Motlow, we are committed to helping students succeed," added Mills, "and we want to stand beside students from the ITT Tech community as they seek to find new outlets to complete their programs of study. To any ITT Tech student, I would say this: please don't give up on your college education — you CAN do it, you CAN graduate — and Motlow State will be cheering you on all the way!"