Sep 15, 2018 | Harrison College
Harrison College Students
Opportunity to Continue Your Education
We understand that this is a challenging time for you given the announcement that Harrison College is closing. We would like to inform you that Harrison College has established a transfer arrangement with National American University (NAU), Harrison College’s preferred transfer institution.
With NAU, eligible students of certain Harrison College programs may continue their education by transferring to a comparable academic program at NAU with minimal loss of credits.
The programs listed below are included in the transfer agreement with NAU. We are working diligently to provide other opportunities for students enrolled in programs that are not covered by the transfer agreement, including a teach-out* arrangement with NAU and other institutions.*
NAU has agreed to provide benefits to eligible students who enroll and start in comparable NAU programs no later than the February 2019 term. Among other things, NAU has agreed to:
NAU has also agreed to expedite the admission process for eligible students and will:
NAU has been serving students for over 75 years and offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs. NAU is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, with several academic programs separately accredited or approved by national educational and professional associations. (hlcommission.org | 800-621-7440).
If you wish to contact NAU to learn how the transfer agreement would support the completion of your degree program: Simply visit http://attend.national.edu/harrison-college and fill out the contact information. An NAU advisor will contact you to answer questions and offer assistance. Visit http://attend.national.edu/harrison-college and learn more about NAU and this transfer opportunity.
* A teach-out is a written agreement that allows students to complete their programs of study at another institution if their current institution closes. The agreement allows an institution to waive the requirement that students must complete 25% or more of a program at the new institution. Thus, the student has a reasonable opportunity to preserve all credits and remain on the same timeframe to degree completion.