The University’s total student enrollment for undergraduate and graduate degree seeking students and dual enrollment is 5,375 as of November 1, 2017. Additionally, each year several hundred individuals attend the University for training, professional and continuing education, or certificate programs. More than 480 undergraduate students live in University or private housing in Harrisburg.
Students come from more than 80 countries.
100 percent of accepted undergraduate students receive a scholarship from HU.
Undergraduate Student Body is 50% female, and 55% minority
HU places 92% of its graduates in family-sustaining careers in their fields of study within six months of graduation.
HU undergraduate student average debt upon graduation is $6,000 less than the national average student education debt.
Average new student GPA was 3.41 for the the incoming class in Fall 2017
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees awarded in Analytics, Biotechnology and Biosciences, Computer and Information Sciences, Management and eBusiness, Geospatial Technology, Interactive Media, and Integrative Sciences
Master of Science (M.S.) degrees awarded in Analytics, Biotechnology, Computer Information Sciences, Health Informatics, Information Systems Engineering and Management, Project Management, and Learning Technologies
Online Bachelor’s degrees offered in Cyber Security Operations and Management, Management and eBusiness, and RN to BSN.
Ph.D in Data Sciences
Centers & Programs
Harrisburg University is home to the Agile Lean Center, Analytics Institute, Center for Environment, Energy and Economy, Center for Advanced Entertainment and Learning Technologies, The Government Technology Institute, The Geospatial Technology Center, and the Security Center of Excellence.
Harrisburg University is a member of the National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE), and offers eSports as the University’s first–and only–varsity sport. The program is expected to begin in fall 2018 with three five-person teams competing in “League of Legends,” “Overwatch” and “Hearthstone.”