Governor Bruce Rauner
Chair Dr. Lazaro Lopez
Executive Director Dr. Karen Hunter Anderson

Celebrating 50 Years!

Information for ITT Tech Students

The Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) has been working with the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) to help all displaced students across ITT Tech’s Illinois campuses in Arlington Heights, Oak Brook, Orland Park, and Springfield.  The ICCB is reaching out to the affected students, encouraging them to connect with their local community college.

The Illinois community college system is best positioned to provide students like you with the option to continue or restart your education and receive a high quality, affordable education.  As a potential student, you can contact your local community college about their programs and what you will need to do in order to transfer into their program by using the college locator:

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact:

Ashley Becker, Ph.D.
Senior Director for Academic Affairs
Phone: 217-524-5503

NOTE:  In order to assist students in the transfer of credits, ITT Tech has added faculty credentials and course syllabi to their website at


  • Oakton Community College
    • A number of late-start classes are still available for this fall. Contact Recruitment and Outreach Specialist Rebel Campbell-Barber directly at 847-635-1703.
    • Upcoming fall visit days include October 12 in Skokie and November 9 at the Des Plaines campus (Spanish). More information is available at
    • Financial Aid may be available – Complete appropriate applications and add Oakton to your 2016-17 FAFSA (school code 009896).  For more information, call 847-635-1835 or email
  • Parkland College
    • Parkland College Foundation is offering $500 scholarships to each student from ITT who transfers to Parkland
    • ITT Tech students are encouraged to contact the specific directors below to discuss their next steps.
      • ITT Tech students needing help in determining which credits will transfer and what their degree options are may contact John Sheahan, Director, Counseling and Advising Center, Student Union, Room U276, or by phone at 217-351-2555.
      • Students considering career options and would like to explore job opportunities may contact Sandy Spencer, Director, Career Center, Student Union, Room 241, at or by phone at 217-353-2637.
      • Students seeking help with financial aid and scholarships may contact the Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Services, Tim Wendt, Director, Enrollment Services, Student Union, Room 291, at or by phone at 217-353-2673.
      • Students living outside of District 505 should visit to find out more information about residency requirements and tuition rates.


Helpful Links Regarding the ITT Tech Closures