Career Training at Our Upper Darby, PA Campus | Harris School of Business
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Career Training at Our Upper Darby, PA Campus


20 South 69th Street
Upper Darby, PA  19082
Tel: 484-463-3800
Fax: 484-463-3810

Located in the Greater Philadelphia Region, the Harris School of Business in Upper Darby, PA is housed in a comfortable setting that includes lecture classrooms, computer laboratories (with course required hardware and software), fully equipped clinical laboratories, a student lunchroom with vending machines, and a student resource center. In addition to classrooms, the campus comprises a library, study rooms, and administrative offices, including admissions, financial aid, and Career Services. At Harris School of Business, students can get all of their academic and student services needs met in one place.

The faculty at Harris is made up of practitioners in their fields of expertise, who bring real-world career experience into the classroom. They are caring and student-focused, helping their students understand how to use what they learn in school in the workplace.

Facilities for People with Disabilities

Harris School of Business facilities are accessible to people with disabilities. Harris School of Business follows ADA guidelines in providing reasonable accommodations for all applicants.

School Hours

For your convenience, Harris School in Upper Darby offers both day and evening classes.

Campus Hours

8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Tuesday - Thursday
8:00 am - 10:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday Hours

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, please tune in to the local Fox News channel or check for campus closing information. You can also sign up for text alerts to be sent to your phone from the website.

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Harris School of Business
Upper Darby Campus
20 South 69th Street
Upper Darby, PA  19082
Tel: 484-463-3800

Notice to students and prospective students: Harris School of Business, Upper Darby, has been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and School (“ACICS”), due to consistent noncompliance with retention standards: 58% (2015) and 57% (2016) as reported on the Campus Accountability Reports.