- 0Jun 26, '10 by nikki1Hello. I am looking into the nursing program at Harrison. I know they are not NLN accredited and I am wondering if this is going to efffect my employment. Any grads from there have a hard time finding a job? Any information would be great.
- 0Feb 12, '11 by ErinRN2BQuote from nikki1It may not, but it definitely could. Jobs for new grads are becoming more and more hard to find, especially in high-demand areas. A lot of Indiana hospitals (Clarian, Methodist, etc.) require NLN accreditation because of their magnet status. An increasing number of facilities are also requiring BSNs. I know from reading some of the posts on this board that Harrison's tuition is very expensive - more than double that of some of the public schools. If I were you I would seriously consider your other options.Hello. I am looking into the nursing program at Harrison. I know they are not NLN accredited and I am wondering if this is going to efffect my employment. Any grads from there have a hard time finding a job? Any information would be great.
Good luck with your decision.
- 0Mar 19, '11 by Rhubarb J.I visited Harrison several months ago and found the staff to be extremely nice. However, there were a couple of things that didn't 'sit right' with me. The cost of 50k seemed pretty steep...compared to similar schools. Also, they made it clear the Ivy Tech classes I've already completed probably wouldn't transfer. So, I'd have to take their versions of A&P 101, 102, and 201. (Would human anatomy really be different, "we call this a heart, although some refer to it as the liver" ) Soooooo....I took it off the list. Hope my scores are high enough for Ivy Tech....fingers crossed.
- 0Apr 12, '11 by RN2064http://blog.harrison.edu/blog/t-shir...-accreditation
Harrison College receives prestigious nursing accreditation
Thursday, April 7, 2011 by Nicole Stultz
INDIANAPOLIS (April 7, 2011) – Harrison College announced today that the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) has granted accreditation to the Associate Degree in Nursing program offered at the college’s Indianapolis East campus. NLNAC, considered the gold standard in nursing accreditation, accredits colleges and universities across all of higher education.