Harrisburg

Harrisburg

Adult Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

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Join Us for an Open House! 

Thursday, October 26, 2017, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
We invite you to learn more about Eastern University's Harrisburg Campus. Eastern's staff will provide a complimentary meal for all attendees at 6:00 pm, followed by presentations from enrollment officers, academic advisers and a tour of the facility.  Personal one-on-one meetings can also be scheduled at the Open House.  We look forward to having you! RSVP Today.

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Why Eastern?

Eastern University is a nationally-recognized Christian university, honored as one of the 50 Best Colleges for Older Students by Bestcolleges.com. The Harrisburg campus offers meaningful bachelor and master degrees designed specifically for working adults. Eastern’s Harrisburg campus has been serving the greater Harrisburg area for nearly twenty years.

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Quality

Eastern’s Harrisburg campus hosts numerous degrees in the business, healthcare, and education fields. Professional facilities, small class sizes, and distinguished faculty work closely together to create an engaging environment that fosters career growth and success among our students.

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Flexibility

The combination of convenience and high quality instruction within these programs is perfect for any student in need of flexible structure, opportunities to network, and a desire to grow professionally (and personally). Classes are taught from 6-10 pm, one or two nights per week, catering to busy, working adults.

"Needing to complete my bachelor's degree for a promotion, I searched for a program that would accept my associate degree and other credits as well as a structured and accelerated path to completion. At Eastern University-Harrisburg, I found the blended learning cohort program met my needs. The Eastern staff made the admission and registration process easy for an adult learner. The excellent instructors brought business and spiritual experience with real-world application into the classroom. "
Paul N. Chrisophel, Student
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