By Brian Scott
Several local colleges are offering their help to the thousands of former ITT Tech students who now find themselves without a school or a clear path to education.
This week, the for-profit college closed abruptly, shutting down all 130 of its campuses nationwide. As a result, about 35,000 students are reported to be affected and have uncertain educational futures now.
The University of North Texas announced Thursday its intentions to help those students.
Rebecca Lothringer, UNT director of admissions, said the university will accept ITT credits and is making special exceptions to its...