Dreams. Goals. Knowledge. Inspiration.
At Harrisburg University, the possibilities are limitless. Our students embrace their future because Harrisburg University knows you can’t measure potential—you just watch it develop.
Our STEM-focused curriculum establishes the foundation for a student experience at Harrisburg University unlike any other private university.
Guided by faculty who are respected leaders in their fields, our students transform classroom education into careers that make a difference in the world. At Harrisburg University, it’s more than just the four walls. When you enroll, you become part of a diverse, vibrant community, in which school and city are partners in the pursuit of excellence for our students.
And you are the very fabric that makes Harrisburg University a cornerstone of innovation, an agent of growth, a place where opportunity has no boundaries. From around the globe, students come to Harrisburg University to broaden their knowledge, expand their horizons, explore the unknown, nurture their ideas, and grow into leaders.
“Hello! My name is Clarence Koboi, I am originally from West Africa, Liberia. I am currently a senior at HU majoring in Integrative Sciences with biology as my concentration. I am also the President of the African Student Association at HU. HU allows its students to embrace their uniqueness and culture. I am currently an intern at Jefferson University Hospital in the radiology image library. The staff is always there to assist their students.”
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About Harrisburg University
Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private nonprofit university offering bachelor and graduate degree programs in science, technology, and math fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717-901-5146 or email, Connect@HarrisburgU.edu. Follow on Twitter (@HarrisburgU) and Facebook (Facebook.com/HarrisburgU).