Please be advised that due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this campus is not currently accepting new applications for enrollment. We ask that you stay safe during this national crisis. Our first priority is the safety of our students, staff, and faculty. We fully expect to resume enrollments when this crisis has passed. In the meantime, you should follow Coronavirus avoidance procedures as established by the CDC, which can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html
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 and Career Services. At Harris School of Business, students can get all of their academic and student services needs 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 is accessible to people with disabilities. Harris School of Business follows ADA guidelines in providing reasonable accommodations for all applicants.
Upper Darby, PA
Located just outside of Philadelphia, the nation’s sixth largest metropolitan area, Upper Darby, PA, was first settled in 1653, and the township was formed by Quakers in 1736.
Reflecting its Quaker beginnings, Upper Darby was active in the antislavery movement. Many homes in the area were stops on the Underground Railroad. The business district is noted for many fine examples of Art Deco style buildings. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center produces one of the nation’s most successful youth theater programs, with more than 35 performances each summer involving over 700 young people.
Businesses in the Greater Philadelphia Region
The Greater Philadelphia Region is home to thousands of businesses and corporations, including many of the state's best employers. Here are a few examples:
- Bank of America
- Christiana Care
- Drexel University
- EI Du Pont de Nemours
- Independence Blue Cross
- Jefferson Health System
- Johnson & Johnson
- Lockheed Martin
- Merck & Company
- Temple University
- Temple Health System
- United Parcel Service
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Pennsylvania Health System
- Verizon Communications
- The Vanguard Group
- Wells Fargo Bank
Trigram Education Partners has submitted a Letter of Intent to appeal ACCSC’s decision to revoke accreditation. The letter was accepted and acknowledged by ACCSC on December 2, 2020. Pursuant to Section VIII (A)(2), Rules of Process and Procedure, Standards of Accreditation, an accredited school remains accredited, operating under a Probation Order, until the final disposition of the appeal. Therefore, the schools’ are now considered to be operating on Probation.