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ITT Tech to close all campuses, including one in Tucson

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

ITT Educational Services is shutting down all of its campuses across the country.

That includes the four ITT Tech campuses in Arizona -- one in Tucson and three in the Phoenix area.

The Tucson campus was located at 1455 W. River Road.

The school said the reason it is closing is a loss of federal student aid, according to CNN.

The company has been the subject of both state and federal probes for enrollment tactics, job placement figures and lending practices.

The school said it will help students get their class records and figure out their next steps.

The company was barred from taking on new students  who use federal financial aid earlier this year. In response, the company stopping taking any new students.

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