(Indianapolis) Harrison College has been ranked 23rd on the 2010 Best Places to Work in Indiana by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. This is the third consecutive year Harrison College was named to the list, and is the only institution of higher learning awarded with this distinction. This award reiterates Harrison College’s commitment to its employees and staff, and is a testament to its student-centered educational model.
According to Harrison’s President Jason Konesco, "This is validation that we’ve created a culture that plain and simply focuses on our students and their future employers. At Harrison we hire the best people, and let them execute our Mission Statement and Core Values every day. We’re extremely excited about this recognition, and appreciate the Chamber’s work in identifying Indiana’s best employers."
Harrison College is a nationally accredited institution dedicated to excellence in higher learning. With a concentration on career-focused education, the college grants Associate and Bachelor Degrees. Students may earn a degree by attending one of 12 campuses throughout Indiana, by taking classes 100% online, or a combination of classroom and online learning. Students may choose degrees from the Schools of Business, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Information Technology, and Veterinary Technology as well as the college’s culinary division, The Chef’s Academy. Harrison College was founded in 1902.