ITT Tech Students

Columbia State is actively working to assist students that have been affected by the sudden closing of ITT Technical Institute. Columbia State representatives are available to discuss academic plans, evaluate transfer credit and get you back on the path to meeting your educational goals.

Transfer & Prior Learning Credit

Columbia State will work with students individually to review ITT coursework to determine transfer credit and the best path forward toward earning a degree or certificate.

See the chart below for several courses already identified for transfer credit.
If you wish to have other courses reviewed for equivalence and credit, please contact

ITT Course
Equivalent Columbia State Course
 AP 2535 BIOL 2010  
 AP 2635 BIOL 2020  
 AR 1440 ART 1030  
 EG 468
PHIL 2030
 EN 1320
ENGL 1010
 EN 1420
ENGL 1020
 GE 117 AND GE 217
ENGL 1010
If both not taken then ENGL elective
 GE 127
MATH 1130
 GE 150 PSCI 1030
 GE 257 BIOL 2230
 GE 258 BIOL 2010
 GE 259 BIOL 2020
 GE 291
SOC (Sociology) elective
 GE 364 ART 1030
 GE 375
PSYC (Psychology) elective
 GS 1145
CITC (Computer Info. Tech.) elective
 HU 4640 PHIL 2030
 MA 1210 MATH 1130
 NU 205 and NU 1426 NUR 122 BOTH with a minimum grade of "C"
 NU 1320 NUR (Nursing) elective Minimum grade of "C" is 2 semester credit hours
 NU 230 NUR (Nursing) elective
Minimum grade of "C" is 2 semester credit hours
 PY 3150 PSYC 1030  
 SC 2735
BIOL 2230
 SO 2550
SOCI 1010  

Please note that ITT courses in quarter hours will be awarded as semester hours and may not match/meet equivalent courses and areas:

 Quarter Hours (divide by 1.5) Equivalent Semester Hours
 6  4
 5  3.33
 4  2.66
 3  2
 2  1.33
 1  .66

Columbia State also awards credit for prior learning through credit by exam and credit for past training, such as some certifications. Learn more about Prior Learning Assessment.

Academic Programs

Columbia State offers more than 60 programs, many of which can take you directly into the workforce after graduation. Learn more about our academic programs.

Financial Aid

Deciding how to pay for tuition, fees and books can be a big source of stress and anxiety. We get it! Columbia State offers a comprehensive program of financial assistance in the form of grants, loans and work study. Columbia State’s Financial Aid office is available to answer questions and help you better understand your options.   

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How Do I Get Started?

The first step is to Apply as a Transfer Student.

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