INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds of faculty members at Harrison College got quite a shock when they learned the health insurance benefits they'd been promised - and were paying for - didn't exist.
"It just seems like bad planning all around," said Trevor Farnsworth, former Harrison College instructor. "Like, almost, did you know this was going to happen? Did you not know that there was not funds to pay for any of this?"
The college announced Friday that they would be closing for good, effective Sunday. Employees were sent an email from their CEO that day saying that they would continue to have health insurance through the rest of September.