Harrison College closed in September 2018 without notice to students or employees. The school had been struggling financially and should have stopped enrollment in 2017 in order to fulfill its obligation to students that were enrolled. Instead, the company continued to enroll students and then closed abruptly, resulting in students being without a degree that they invested time and money in. Employees were lied to about insurance coverage after the company closed in order to reduce possible claims coming in. Communication was completely lacking during the closure, and staff was left with the task of letting students know what was happening 2 days before the term ended. Overall, the company had terrible upper management and was unethical in their decision making prior to and during the abrupt closure.
unethical leadership at the upper level