Jersey Nursing School Sold, Then Saved: Students from Defunct Harrison Career Institute Campus Didn't Know If They Would Be Able to Continue Their Education
Forde, Dana, Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Dozens of students who attend the Deptford, N.J., campus of the Harrison Career Institute are getting a second chance to continue their nursing education.
The South Jersey campus stopped participating in a federal student aid program this year, leaving about 40 nursing students scrambling to either find new funding or find another school.
In its prime, HCI ran 13 campuses across Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. But financial problems and decreasing student enrollment have forced the institute to close seven campuses in recent months.
Many of the institute's long-standing financial issues have been resolved, however, after the sale of the Deptford …
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Publication information: Article title: Jersey Nursing School Sold, Then Saved: Students from Defunct Harrison Career Institute Campus Didn't Know If They Would Be Able to Continue Their Education. Contributors: Forde, Dana - Author. Magazine title: Diverse Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 24. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 5, 2007. Page number: 11. © 2008 Cox, Matthews & Associates. COPYRIGHT 2007 Gale Group.
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