The Institute of Technology, or IOT, is a trade school with campuses in California and Oregon. The college offers vocational programs in business, computer technology, medical science, criminal justice, culinary arts, and cosmetology. Students enjoy hands-on experience, flexible class schedules, and career-focused instruction.
Programs & Courses
Criminal Justice & Law
Baking and Pastry Arts
Medical Billing and Coding
HVAC & Building Services
Construction and Architecture
564 W. Herndon Ave., Clovis, CA 93612
5601 Stoddard Rd., Modesto, CA 95356
1755 Hilltop Dr., Redding, CA 96002
4700 Silverton Rd. NE, Salem, OR 97305
Financial Aid Services
Tuition costs and requirements for aid differ by location and program. Contacting the school to discuss funding options is the first step to determine eligibility. The Institute of Technology admissions staff is available on campus or through e-mail to answer any questions.
Attendees have access to the Learning Resource Center which provides current industry information. Undergraduates also receive help in becoming successful employees. This includes tutoring, job search strategies, practice interviews, and resume preparation.
While the Institute of Technology may not offer online classes, enrollees can use a web platform called MyIOT. Through this, they can view grades, assignments, and campus news. The MyIOT Student Web portal encourages faculty discussion as well.
Veteran and Military Services
Current and former members of the military and their families get tuition assistance from IOT. Forms of aid like the Yellow Ribbon Program and the GI Bill allow veterans to further their education at little or no cost. Some might also qualify for special loan repayment.
The IOT Career Services Team assists graduates with job placement regardless of how long they’ve been out of school. In addition, the college is a certified staffing agency. Alumni are eligible for recruitment by local employers partnered with the Institute of Technology.