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Three more universities offering assistance to Harrison College students

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO) – Three more universities are offering financial support to students left behind after Harrison College abruptly closed.

RELATED: Harrison College closes all campuses

On Friday, the University of Saint Francis announced it would accept displaced students, plus offer an annual $10,000 tuition scholarship.

Now, Marian University and Anderson University announced they will also offer financial assistance to students who choose to enroll at their campuses, according to our partners in news at ABC 21.

Marian University is offering a $14,000 scholarship, $7,000 per semester. Students who enroll in the university’s online programs will be eligible for a one-time, $1,000 scholarship.

Transfer students who study on Anderson University‘s campus may also be eligible for $14,000 annually.

Indiana Wesleyan University is scheduling fairs at its education centers for potential Harrison College transfers. Academic advisers will be on-site to help displaced students, and IWU employees will review students’ transcripts.

IWU said it will also offer a tuition discount to previous Harrison College students.

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