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Massachusetts to Help Displaced ITT Students

The two ITT Technical Institute Massachusetts campuses, in Norwood and Wilmington, closed without warning on Monday

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    The Baker-Polito administration announced the creation of a platform to help students displaced by the sudden closure of two ITT Tech campuses.
    The two ITT Technical Institute Massachusetts campuses, in Norwood and Wilmington, closed without warning on Monday. The micro site can be found within the Department of Higher Education website.
    “We encourage all affected students to visit this website for more information on the options available to continue their education,” said Governor Charlie Baker.
    The displaced students will have the option of either applying for a loan discharge or transferring earned credits to another institution to continue their education.

     

    The Baker-Polito administration announced the creation of a web platform to help students displaced by the sudden closure of two ITT Tech campuses.


    The two ITT Technical Institute Massachusetts campuses, in Norwood and Wilmington, closed without warning on Monday. The micro site can be found within the Department of Higher Education website.


    “We encourage all affected students to visit this website for more information on the options available to continue their education,” said Governor Charlie Baker.


    The displaced students will have the option of either applying for a loan discharge or transferring earned credits to another institution to continue their education.

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