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Harrisburg University of Science and Technology officially unveils its newest location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for April 5th.   The University and various dignitaries will gather at its new location in the City of Knowledge in Panama for an 11 a.m. (US EST/ 10 a.m. Panama) ceremony featuring the First Lady of Panama.  Dr. Eric Darr, Harrisburg University President, HU professors, staff and board members will attend, too.

This is the second location the University has opened in addition to its Harrisburg campus.  The University has a location in Philadelphia and is exploring opening other locations overseas. Harrisburg University is home to 6400 students representing 102 countries.  

Students who enroll in the Panama location have the option of pursuing Master of Science degrees in Analytics, Cybersecurity Operations and Control Management, or Project Management. Additionally, there is a Ph.D. offered in Data Science. All the graduate programs are taught under a hybrid format of online classes and face-to-face classes at the Panama location, by professors from Harrisburg University. The HU headquarters in Panama will also offer state-of-the-art professional development seminars and courses, as well as seek research collaboration opportunities with universities and other innovative entities in the region.

Facebook Live coverage of the ribbon cutting is at and HULATAM:

More information on the HU Latin America location is found online at 


Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private nonprofit university offering bachelor and graduate degree programs in science, technology, and math fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717-901-5146 or email, Follow on Twitter (@HarrisburgU) and Facebook (