Hampton, Va - The Hampton University-University College (HU-UC) is offering assistance to former ITT Technical Institute students who wish to complete their programs of study despite the abrupt closing of ITT.
"Hampton University-University College is working to create a seamless pathway for former ITT Tech students," said Kim Luckes, J.D., dean of Hampton University-University College. "We have a new nine-week session beginning Oct. 10, so students will not have to wait until January to enroll in college again. We will work with each student to ensure their dreams of completing a certificate program, associate degree or bachelor degree becomes a reality."
HU-UC offers students the opportunity to take classes in a face-to-face or online format. The web-based virtual campus offers students the freedom to study online anytime to earn a certificate, undergraduate or graduate degree. HU-UC offers many of the same programs that ITT offered to its student body; business management, criminal justice, nursing, paralegal and general studies.
“At Hampton U Online we strive to provide students with access to flexible, affordable, and accredited online classes,” said Dr. Janue Seaton, director of Hampton U Online. “We recently reduced tuition by 40 percent per credit hour, and we are ready to assist ITT students with their academic plans locally or at a distance.”
HU-UC's virtual campus allows former ITT students from the Chantilly, Richmond, Salem and Springfield areas of Virginia the ability to complete their academic programs without leaving home.
HU-UC will be hosting informational sessions to address frequently asked questions about transferring to Hampton U Online: Monday, Sept. 12 - Thursday, Sept. 15 between 5:30-7:30pm in the W. O. Lawton building, second floor suite G.
“We want to welcome ITT students to join the Hampton family and be a part of our tradition of academic excellence,”said Seaton.
For more information contact Hampton University-University College