The California Department of Consumer Affairs' Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education issued an emergency decision last week demanding ITT Educational Services stop accepting new students at its 15 California locations.
The decision comes after the U.S. Department of Education banned the company from enrolling new students who receive federal funding.
Since then, ITT Technical Institute posted a new landing page on its website that states, "We are not enrolling new students." The website also details that credits earned by current students are "unlikely to transfer."
The company also owns Daniel Webster College in New Hampshire, however, that for-profit institution was excluded from the department's ban.
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