ITT shutdown spurs offer by Metropolitan Community College

Metropolitan Community College is reaching out to students left stranded when ITT Technical Educational Services on Tuesday discontinued classes at all its campuses nationwide.

MCC announced Wednesday that all five of its campuses — Blue River, Longview, Penn Valley, Business & Technology, and Maple Woods — are looking to work with students displaced by ITT as they search for alternative higher education options.

ITT, which operated a campus in Kansas City and another in Overland Park, announced the immediate suspension of its classes on Tuesday.

MCC officials said they have already started receiving calls from ITT students looking for help. MCC staff is available to discuss program options and transition assistance for former ITT students.

Read more: Kansas City Star

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