About Harrisburg University
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology offers STEM-focused degree programs that lead to great careers.
With nearly 7,000 students hailing from 110 countries, the university has one of the most diverse student bodies among private colleges.
Each year, hundreds more students attend the university for training, certificate programs and professional and continuing education.
Every undergraduate major requires an internship, giving students real-world experiences that are valued by employers. Faculty integrate their corporate and industry experience with hands-on projects that set students up for success in the modern workplace.
Harrisburg Main Campus
Downtown Harrisburg is the thriving capital of Pennsylvania and home to vast opportunities for internships, jobs, housing and entertainment.
Earn your STEM degree in the City of Brotherly Love. Our Philadelphia location has 38,000 square feet of equipment, classrooms and labs to help you excel.
Pursue a bachelor’s degree at your own pace with online options that fit your schedule, or check out our online master’s and continuing education programs.
Harrisburg University has a talented team that spans many departments. Learn more about our organizational structure and the relationships between key personnel.
Meet Our People
Faculty and Staff
Meet our talented team of professors and corporate faculty, discover their latest research and see how to get in touch.
Board of Trustees
With a visionary board, Harrisburg University is well positioned to grow, prosper, and answer the call for a STEM-based workforce.
Harrisburg University partners provide the scholarships, internships and other innovative collaborations that fuel our students’ success.
We support our alumni through a multitude of services, including connections to career services and continuing education programs.
The History of Harrisburg University
In the mid-1990s, a group of community business leaders recognized the value of integrating STEM education with economic development. Harrisburg University of Science and Technology was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2001, making it the first independent science and technology-focused, non-profit, university to be established in Pennsylvania in more than 100 years. It was chartered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in 2005 and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education in 2009.
More to Explore
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Careers at HU
Join our diverse academic community leading some of the world’s most sophisticated technological advances.