Hi @Pirates0301. I just finished a three year term as Associate Dean for Graduate Admissions at Illinois Institute of Technology
and while your GPA is not as high as our departments would like, your GRE is fine. They just changed the scoring this year and now the scores for the Quantitative part have been spread out because there was no differentiation at the top. You have 88% in quantitative and 89% in verbal and that is actually very unusual for an engineer or physics major (the verbal that is!).
What kind of graduate program are you interested in? If it is for a masters of the professional kind (no thesis) you will get into quite good programs. If you are interested in a Ph.D. you might have to prove yourself in a M.S. program first. In general engineering programs appreciate the work experience in their graduate students, unlike physics, for example. Depending on your undergraduate program, you would have a good chance of getting into IIT.