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Harrison College Appoints Traffic Coordinator

9/9/2013 10:18:36 AM by Harrison College

Lisa Young has joined the college’s corporate partnerships division as traffic coordinator. In this role, which is a new role within the division, Young will manage relationships between the corporate partnerships division and its various vendors, including catering companies, textbook publishers and a host of other suppliers. 


The Importance of Early Preparation for ICD-10

7/23/2013 10:09:00 AM by Harrison College
According to a recent survey by Health Revenue Assurance Holdings Inc., a provider of technology and revenue integrity solutions for health care organizations, 40% of hospitals surveyed have yet to begin ICD-10 clinical modification training for coding staff, and 55% have not begun ICD-10 procedure coding system training. 

Harrison College: Career assessments can make useful tools

6/17/2013 12:16:57 PM by Harrison College
ANDERSON, Ind. — When it comes to the future, it can be difficult for potential college students to decide what career they want to have for the rest of their lives. For those who aren’t sure and need help deciding, career assessments can be useful tools, school officials say.

Randolph to lead both Evansville, Terre Haute Harrison College campuses

11/17/2012 10:07:00 AM by Evansville Courier & Press
EVANSVILLE — Brennan Randolph, who has served as president of the Harrison College's Terre Haute campus since 2010, was named on Friday to also serve as president of Harrison's Evansville campus.

Harrison College to reduce selected programs’ tuition rates

11/8/2012 10:10:00 AM by Anderson Herald Bulletin
ANDERSON, Ind. — In January 2013, Harrison College will begin what it calls a “groundbreaking” tuition reduction plan.

New and current students in nine programs will receive a 10 percent tuition reduction and be locked into that rate until they finish their programs.

Kicking school food up a notch

11/7/2012 10:12:00 AM by NUVO
October 31 usually means just one thing for children across America — consume as much candy as possible.

But last Wednesday saw a healthier spin on the typical Halloween, as students at The Chef’s Academy spent the day volunteering in seven Indianapolis Public School high schools, crafting upgraded versions of typical dishes and helping to educate students about better eating choices.

Salute To Service

11/6/2012 10:14:00 AM by
Colts Players along with Metropolitan High School and Harrison College Students visited veterans at the Roudebush VA Medical Center.

Harrison College to slash tuition costs by 10% in needed fields

11/5/2012 10:16:00 AM by
Harrison College announced a new initiative that will reduce tuition prices on ten different curriculums across their 14 campuses by 10% to make those majors more appealing to young students. The subjects were chosen solely based on local community needs throughout Indiana where there are job surpluses in certain fields but not enough graduates to fill those positions.
TERRE HAUTE — Community partnerships had local college students burning to learn this week.

The streets were full of trick-or-treaters Wednesday evening, but in the back parking lot of Harrison College, a group of Harrison College students watched a small shed set afire. For those enrolled in the school’s criminal justice program, the scene would provide a case study in solving arsons.

Harrison College adding bachelor’s degrees at Grove City campus

10/9/2012 10:21:00 AM by Columbus (OH) Business First
The Grove City campus of Harrison College will add bachelor’s degrees to its scholastic offerings starting in January in response to employer demand, the private school said Monday.
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