The Harris School of Business is located in northern Wilmington in Foulkstone Plaza, just south of the Delaware/Pennsylvania border. There is ample parking adjacent to the building. The school has a main reception area and classrooms and clinical rooms to support our students’ educational experience. At Harris, 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.
The city is often referred to as the "Corporate Capital of the World." Over half of the Fortune 500 companies call Wilmington their corporate home, positioning the city as the financial, governmental, and corporate hub of both the state and region.
Thanks to the state’s liberal tax structure, numerous corporations and financial institutions relocated to Wilmington. The city is ideally located, close to Philadelphia and New York City to the north, and Baltimore and Washington, DC, to the south.
Delaware Region Businesses
The Delaware region is home to numerous businesses and corporations, including many of the state's top employers:
A Sample List of Delaware’s Top Employers
- 21st Century Insurance and Financial Services
- Allen Family Foods Inc
- Astra Zeneca Pharmaceuticals
- BNY Mellon Wealth Management
- Christiana Hospital
- Kent General Hospital
- Milford Memorial Hospital
- Mountaire Farms
- Port of Wilmington
- Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics
- Wilmington Hospital
Harris School of Business' request for appeal has been accepted by ACCET therefore the school’s status of accreditation has reverted to the previous accredited status of “Show Cause”