ACE Offers Tuition Grants For Harrison College Transfer Students
Indianapolis-based American College of Education (ACE) is welcoming students affected by the recent closure of Harrison College with tuition assistance opportunities.
ACE is offering the Harrison College Transfer Student Grant to eligible transfers as well as adding a November term start to their B.S. in Healthcare Administration program. This bachelor’s completion program provides students with at least 60 semester credits a direct pathway to earn a bachelor’s degree. For eligible Harrison students, ACE will cover full tuition costs during the first two terms, so that they can get settled at ACE and in their new program.
Additionally, ACE is offering a full tuition scholarship for those that transfer in to the RN to MSN program, which starts in January.
“The healthcare programs at ACE have relevant and immediately applicable coursework,” said Stephanie Hinshaw, senior vice president of academic affairs. “When we heard of the Harrison closing, we immediately wanted to be part of the solution for these students. We hope to help alleviate the stress they’re feeling through providing them an immediate pathway to complete their educational goals. We are committed to making this a smooth transition for them, and we feel that waiving the tuition costs could help with this.”
Interested students are invited to visit ace.edu/Harrison or call a representative at 855.814.8239, (option 2). Enrollment counselors are standing by to walk students through the application process and answer any program-specific questions.