I will never recommend any for-profit paper mill to anyone, particularly ITT. I've got 40k worth of debt for the majority of classes entailing being a teacher reading a book to us. There were only two teachers that were worth a damn (Hi Mr. Miller and Mr. Richie) and I took three classes under them, total.
Going there went something like this:
First three quarters: This is pretty basic stuff, guess I get to the meat of things later.
Second three quarters: Well, this seems to be as good as it gets, I've already spent almost 20K, may as well finish it out.
Last two quarters: Regret. At least I'll have a diploma.
Not to mention there was a guy in the classes that did nothing but surf the web for nothing but entertainment sites, did poorly on all the tests, didn't turn in homework, but still managed to get on the honor roll.
I hate that place with all my heart and I chalk it up one of my life's biggest lessons/mistakes. I wish I would have paid 1/10 of what I did and gone to community college for the same education.