Asbury Reaches Out to Former ITT Tech Students
September 26, 2016
WILMORE, Ky. — After the sudden closing of ITT Technical Institute, Asbury University offers guidance and a pathway to degree completion for former ITT Tech students throughout the U.S.
With strong online programs in Organizational Management, Instructional Design and more, Asbury’s Adult Professional Studies (APS) program equips non-traditional students to meet their goals. All programs are tailored to the schedules of busy adults, giving students the tools they need to stand out in a rapidly changing job market.
Asbury offers academic counseling for former ITT Tech students as well, helping them understand the pros and cons of transferring their credits. Committed to helping students make informed choices, Asbury encourages students to contact the Title IV office to ensure they are making the best decisions for their academic careers.
Additionally, the University helps to develop a feasible graduation plan for every student who enrolls at Asbury. All Asbury students receive the support and encouragement they need to graduate successfully — just one of the reasons Asbury’s retention rate is one of the highest in the state.
“We are here to help,” said Dr. Bill Hall, dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. “Asbury provides personalized one-on-one advising and, we will walk through a transfer and graduation plan for each student. We know this is a tough time for these students, and we want to reach out to each of them, both in Kentucky and throughout the nation.”
Learn more about Asbury’s Adult Professional Studies program.