+1 for no ITT. Go to a Community College and get a transferrable Associates in CS or IT or Networking (Administration or Engineering). Pair your AS with a couple certs like A+, CCNA, MCSA (not as hard as you think), and land yourself an entry level SysAdmin job. Then go back to a University for a BS in IT or Networking, and try for a couple more certs. For a windows guy, an MCSE will bring in better money. For Linux/UNIX guys, RHCE, NCLE and/or SCNA (Sun microsystems Certified Network Administrator), maybe upping that CCNA to a CCNP or higher will definitely help in finding a job. Getting a 4 year degree from a university will give you a much better education than DeVry or ITT will. and won't put you in the poor house. What good is a $60k/yr job when you pay a ton of it for student loans?
The job market sucks right now all over, and it's especially hard in IT with so much outsourcing. (I remember when I had daily problems with AT&T DSL, and the one guy I always talked to was "Yosef" from Bangledesh. Nice guy, really knew his stuff).