For-Profit Harrison College to Close


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For-Profit Harrison College to Close

Chef’s Academy will stay open through end of term, the school said on Sunday.

INDIANAPOLIS—Harrison College, based in Indianapolis, will close after more than 100 years in business, said the college in a statement. 

The school opened in 1902 and has 11 campuses in Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina. The school’s social media pages have been deleted. The school has promised to help people transfer successfully.

The school posted this statement:

"After 116 years serving Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina, Harrison College has made the difficult business decision to close operations effective Sunday, September 16, 2018, and for The Chef’s Academy (TCA )Sunday, October 14, 2018 (the end of their current term). 

“We are working with transfer and teach-out partners including State governing bodies and our accreditors to ensure each student has a pathway to complete their education. 

National American University (NAU), an HLC-accredited institution, is Harrison College’s preferred transfer institution within Indiana.  Please note that NAU is working diligently with governing bodies to expand this list, including further teach-out* arrangements with NAU and other institutions.”


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