Harrison College opened as the Marion Business College in Marion, Indiana in 1902. Former educator Charles Cring ran the school and its primary mission was to provide students with practical skills such as shorthand, typing, bookkeeping and accounting to meet the growing needs of businesses. In keeping with the school? mission, the courses have evolved as economic needs evolved. Today, Harrison College offers various academic programs in the fields of Health, Information Technology, Business and Criminal Justice.
Harrison has 13 campuses and a culinary school in the United States and also has a distance-learning branch that offers online courses to anyone in the world. Harrison? online programs are offered through the School of Health Sciences, School of Business, School of Information Technology and School of Criminal Justice.
Tuition at Harrison College is based on the number of classes taken on each academic quarter. Costs are usually computed per quarter, however some tuition fees for courses are charged on a per credit hour basis. Financial aid in the form of federal grants and loans, scholarships, federal work-study programs, veterans and military benefits, and employer tuition assistance and reimbursement programs are available for eligible students. Financial aid options can be discussed with a representative from Harrison College? Financial Aid office.
Admission requirements at Harrison College are program dependent. More detailed information on admission requirements, procedures, and schedules can be requested from Harrison College? admission office.
Harrison College is a for-profit career institution located mainly in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), recognized by the US Department of Education, has accredited the school to award Certificates, Diplomas, Associate and Bachelor Degrees