Mar 2, 2016 | Harrison College
Anderson (February 29, 2016) — Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick will visit Harrison College this Wednesday, March 2, to speak with students, faculty and staff about the importance of higher education in Anderson.
Harrison College, a nationally accredited, career-focused higher education institution serving more than 3,000 students worldwide, offers degree programs in business, health sciences and criminal justice to its more than 200 students at the Anderson campus.
“I am pleased that Mayor Broderick accepted our invitation to tour our campus and see firsthand the education opportunities Harrison College has been offering to the community for more than 100 years,” said Arlene Haase, campus president of the Harrison College Anderson campus. “Our mission is to empower students with the education and skills to improve their lives, and I have no doubt the mayor will feel welcomed by the supportive environment students, faculty and staff create to learn and grow in.”
Haase will provide Mayor Broderick with a tour of the campus before the mayor talks with a group of students, faculty and staff and gathers their feedback about the importance of higher education in Anderson and the surrounding communities.
What: Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick visits Harrison College
Who: Harrison College students, faculty and staff
When: Wednesday, March 2, at 11:30 a.m.
Where: Harrison College, 140 East 53rd St, Anderson, IN 46013