BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - Bainbridge State College is offering help to students displaced after ITT Tech closed its doors.
Most all of the students were left with no where to finish out their degrees.
Bainbridge State College is asking those students to contact them.
The college will sit down with those students and figure out how to transfer their credits over.
They say the goal is to give these students an option to still get a degree and soon be out into the workforce.
"When we immediately saw the press release, We contacted our advisers that we have here to be sure that we are up to spend on how to accept the credit in. And we've talked to a few already but we're excited to help these students and ease their panic," said Rodney Carr, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs.
Incoming students will be able to get in-state tuition pricing, making classes more affordable.