The Chef’s Academy at Harrison College in Indianapolis is suspending enrollment for the upcoming term as it evaluates the future of the program. However, Harrison College Director of Marketing Communications Becky Polston says it will be "business as usual" for the 120 students currently enrolled.
The fall term is set to begin August 8. Polston says the school will use the next term to evaluate future enrollment and the program. She emphasizes nothing will change for current students, some of which will have 18 or more months remaining in their current course of study.
The academy was founded a decade ago and has a second campus in Raleigh, North Carolina.