Choosing the right college is a difficult decision. It doesn’t matter if you’re a recent high school graduate, a working mother who wants to improve your life for yourself and your children, or a soldier who has served admirably in our nation’s armed forces. The choices for continuing your education probably seem limitless.
At Harrison College, we know we aren’t the right choice for everyone – no college is. But we may be the right choice for you!
- If you’re the type of student who wants control of your education;
- If you want to choose between taking classes online, at a campus, or a combination of both;
- If having access to instructors who know you and care about your education;
- If you want an Associate’s Degree now, but may want to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree later;
- And if lifetime career assistance sounds like it could be useful in helping you land the right job, Harrison College may be the right choice for you.
Harrison College first opened its doors in 1902, and we’ve graduated more than 75,000 people since. Much has changed over the past century, including the way we educate our students. But our core philosophy remains unchanged; by soliciting input from employers about the skills, knowledge, and abilities that they expect from their employees, we can tailor an education that allows our graduates to succeed in their careers.
Today, Harrison College has more than 6,100 students pursuing degrees in more than 30 programs. More than 90% of those students receive some sort of financial aid to assist with their tuition, and many others take advantage of the $500,000 in scholarships that we make available to our students. If you require assistance paying for your education, you are certain to find that our Financial Aid representatives are remarkably knowledgeable and helpful.
I encourage you to take the time to explore this website and learn more about Harrison College. And, of course, call us at 888-544-4422 if you find you have additional questions.
Best of luck with your future.
Jason T. Konesco
2012 Stakeholders Report
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