The College of Southern Nevada is offering to help students who were affected by the closure of ITT Technical Institute.
CSN says it will offer customized plans and a host of support services for ITT students to help them get back on track.
CSN, the state’s largest accredited higher education institution, has assigned a concierge on each of its three campuses to help students effectively transfer and complete their degree programs.
Because ITT Tech was not a regionally accredited institution, many credits cannot transfer to regionally accredited institutions, such as CSN. But some credits may transfer through the CSN Non-Traditional Education review process, and CSN is ready to evaluate transcripts one-on-one to help students reach their higher education goals.
While the traditional, 16-week semester has started, students can still register for short-term classes during this fall term.
Interested students are advised to call 702-651-5555 to speak to a CSN representative who will connect them to a dedicated specialist on the campus of their choice in Henderson, Las Vegas or North Las Vegas. For more information, visit https://www.csn.edu/itt.