I just couldn't continue reading without making a comment...Although i value everyones opinions and understand that in many cases a few folks will have a bad experience while others have positive ones, I wanted to point out one of the most basic and simple ways for people reading these reviews to sift through most of the bullcrap i've read so far.
I'm not sure how many people who have gone to Harris realize this, but Harris, just like Prism, Star, and so many other technical institutes can't and don't enroll people just for the sake of getting that 10-15k in tuition. The reason is simple...These schools are held up to far higher standards than say, a cumminity college or any college for that matter. They are required by the state in order to keep their accreditation, to place 70% of their graduates. That means that nomatter how many people they enroll, 7 out of 10 must be placed by the schools placement services in a job. If they don't, they lost their state accreditation.
So while everyone insists they enroll mass amounts of students without a care in the world, and in some cases i'm sure people do get neglected, they can't and won't allow anyone to enroll who has 13k in their pocket because part of the enrollment process for these schools is determining whether or not they'll be able to reasonably find this student a job once they've completed the course.
For every one person i've heard bash Harris, i've talked to 10 either in class or outside of it who love the school and were placed locally as either an intern after they graduated or at a full time job. People need to grow up...If like the one guy said, you have nothing better to bitch about other than the cafeteria not being large enough you better get a clue. You should be lucky they have the facilities at all to provide a cafeteria to begin with, and there's no reason why you can't sit in your car or spend 20 minutes grabbing a quick bite to eat and sitting down at a deli.