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Harrison College

Overview

Founded in 1902 as Indiana Business College, Harrison College offers career-focused bachelor's and associate degrees, diplomas and certificate programs at 11 campuses and two culinary schools throughout Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina. The college has more than 30 programs within their five Schools of Health Science, Veterinary Technology, Information Technology, Criminal Justice and Business. Harrison College also offers culinary arts training through The Chef's Academy in Indianapolis, as well as fire department training. In addition, Harrison College offers a wide range of online programs for students to complete their degree.

Harrison College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.

Choose a campus :
Programs
Some campuses offers specific programs
Information Technology
Network And System Administration/Administrator
Computer Support Specialist
Cooking And Related Culinary Arts, General
Baking And Pastry Arts/Baker/Pastry Chef
Culinary Arts/Chef Training
General information
Cost
Financial aid
Acceptance & Retention Rates
Graduation Rate
Accreditations

Points of Distinction

  • Locations in Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina
  • Nationally accredited college with more than 75,000 graduates
  • Five schools of study with over 30 programs offered
  • Flexible class schedules with day, evening and online classes available
  • Tuition Freeze Program for continuously enrolled degree-seeking students
  • Lifetime employment assistance for graduates

Faculty

Harrison College's faculty are all highly-qualified in their respective fields. Faculty at Harrison are expected to possess industry experience and provide students with classroom content relevant to their chosen career fields. The college has an average class size of 14 students per instructor, allowing for personalized attention. Some general education instruction is given through a career-focused curriculum.

Student Life

Eleven of Harrison College's campuses are strategically located throughout the state of Indiana so that the commute is reasonable for all students. Harrison College provides many services to its students and alumni, including tutoring, library, and lifetime career services. Most Harrison campuses have Student Services Coordinators who act as student advocates, working to help students with events, academic questions, or other student life issues. Harrison College has also partnered with Student Resource Services -- an online resource that offers students assistance with issues arising from personal conflicts, debt, childcare, housing needs, and other legal and personal challenges.

Sources:

  1. About Harrison, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/about-harrison
  2. Harrison at a Glance, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/about-harrison/harrison-at-a-glance
  3. Campuses, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/campuses
  4. Student Affairs, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/student-life/student-affairs
  5. Programs by School of Study, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/academics
  6. Accreditations and Memberships, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/about-harrison/harrison-at-a-glance/accreditations-and-memberships
  7. 10 Reasons to Choose Harrison, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/admissions/why-harrison-college/10-reasons-to-choose-harrison
  8. Quick Facts About Harrison College, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/about-harrison/harrison-at-a-glance/quick-facts
  9. Student Life Tools: Student Resource Services, Harrison College, http://www.harrison.edu/student-life/student-affairs/student-life-tools

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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