Harris School of Business Reviews

2.0 out of 5 stars
(58 Reviews)
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $11,450 - $16,735
24% of 58 students said this degree improved their career prospects
21% of 58 students said they would recommend this school to others
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1.0 out of 5 stars
student x - 4/9/2015
Degree:
Graduation Year: 2015
"This is a joke, very unorganized, unprofessional, rude, ghetto! This is such as waste of money, the staff is so unprofessional, how can they lead by example? I am kicking myself for this bs program, this is full of the lowest of lowest class of people I have ever met. Linwood, nj thank you for robbing me."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Micheal June - 3/11/2015
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"I started this program in July of 2014 I wish I didn't. The place is unorganized, the so called teachers don't know what their are talking about half the time. I did not get my books until the second week of class, in lab we never have the things we need. THEY WILL LIE TO YOU SO THEY CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU FIRST COMEIN.NOTHING THEY SAY ISTHE TRUTH"
1.0 out of 5 stars
anon - 1/21/2015
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"This place was not worth it... total joke learned nothing... feels like in a prision... school is not even worth one star."
1.3 out of 5 stars
Tricia - 1/6/2015
Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2009
"I attended the Wilmington, DE campus and let me tell you that if I could go back in time, I would have chosen a totally different school to attend! The entire staff, whether they were instructors or not, were rude possessed the lack of knowledge when it came to financial aide, programs, scheduling, etc. They allowed me to attend school with the sense that my financial aide was handled, but in reality it WAS NOT!! They NEVER helped me find an internship and about a month later I found one on my own. After I completed my internship, I couldn't even get hired b/c I was NEVER informed that since I couldn't get a job in the state I worked in, MD, b/c I attended a school in DE. Not only that the school NEVER kept up with their records. They tried to fail me b/c I "Didn't complete" my internship and tried to send me 3 1/2-4hrs to Newark, NJ to complete it. They also promised to help me find employment. After 6yrs of calling and harassing b/c no one will hire students from that school I'm still waiting for help!"
4.8 out of 5 stars
Student - 12/14/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"Cherryhill, NJ Harris School of Business is defiantly a good choice. My instructors have been very helpful and caring and the staff well they are very informative and they know you and always put a pleasant personal greeting as they pass you in the hall. One downfall is SOME enroll just to go whenever they want and make it seem as if the school is bad however that is far from the truth maybe if they apply themselves 4 days a week instead of 1 day a week and miss the other 3 days they will benefit from the program offered. I say its only a few who like to play the foul card and thats because its obvious they can not apply themselves to what they signed up for so those few are the only ones who will not make it in the school or a place of employment. YOU!! have to treat this school as a job because it is IT IS your first step towards the medical field and patients will not wait on those who think time is at their leasure. For the most part those who are there taking this carreer choice serious are extremly helpful, friendly and will always greet you in a pleasant way. I have had a great time so far and I am looking forward to graduating in 2015. So approach this positive and Harris will give you the tools to success. Cherryhill Harris is a good start and its up to you to absorb it all and direct it towards your future. I read some of these reviews and everyone is entitled to their opinions but honestly most are from those who could not handle their choice like an adult. staff is wonderful students are amazing and the instructors are your key to the future and they will always be there for you."
2.5 out of 5 stars
Britney - 9/19/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"I just recently started Harris in July. My first MOD was the best. Some work was difficult but the teachers who taught the class made sure everyone understood. Second MOD I had a previous teacher so i knew what to expect, the other class we had a new teacher and it was HORRIBLE !!! All they did was preach to the class about how we needed to act like adults and this and that when the teacher was the o e causing the most drama. Not only did we not learn anything helpful, we the class got talked to like we were a bunch of kids all MOD. Not only did the teacher disrespect us as adults she disrespected us as humans as well. She did not have any problems talking about our religion views, our personal life, etc. If a student tried to speak she would have a problem about that, if we chewed gum that was a problem, if we laughed that was a problem, if we breathed to loud that was a problem. But did I forget to mention this was a typing class !!! I just hope our next MOD is not this intense, I came to learn an education as an adult not be belittled or treated like a child."
1.5 out of 5 stars
marie - 8/25/2014
Degree: Beverage Management
Graduation Year: 2015
"DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL!! I am currently going there now and let me tell you I regret ever even coming here. I gave these motherfuckers over 14,000 dollars in loans and grants and still have to pay 8,000 dollars back after I graduate. Mind you you only get one uniform yes one uniform and my books came a week late from the first day. The school is so fucking ratchet it's just full of welfare mom's whoneed time so they can keep tthey're cash benefits and foodstamp benefits on. Please I am telling you personally do not go to this school unless you want to waste your time and your money go somewhere else don't be a fool like meand give these people your money because the only one that loses in the end is you."
1.0 out of 5 stars
cathy - 8/15/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 0
"I went for orientation on July 14th 2014 and I was disgusted I will not pay over 17,000 for a school who wants to give you one set of scrubs and you only get that one after you start attendingI was promised things in the beginning and when I approached them about it yesterday now they have to check into it.. well huge red flag!! why do they not have supplies on hand for students for the amount of money that they charge they should have the supplies on why do students have to wait I am NOT going to go to the school and I highly recommend no one at end of school this is absolutely a disgrace the staff look like they rolled out of a pure trailer park so unprofessional and all they're doing is selling themselves might as well be on a corner staff members because I will not be attending your school I could not believe how disgraceful this business is and how they can be allowed to be in this on just absolutely disgusting"
2.3 out of 5 stars
Student - 8/6/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"This school is out of hand the first day I went someone was smoking weed in the bathroom and the some of turned staff are very ghetto. The security people let people get away with anything. There was also a fight the first day I went there."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Essie Robinson - 7/27/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2007
"I went to Harris school in 2007. I went to the Harris school in Wilmington Delaware. This was the worst school. They pretty much accept anyone, welfare moms who don't want to work but have to either work or go to school/training program. The teachers are very rude also with very limited teaching experience. We never got uniforms, or stethoscopes. But we were never reimbursed for this we still owe the same amount of loan. I wish there was a way to have this loan forgiven cause I could have spent $8,000 going to a real school or community college."

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