The Harrisburg University Catalog looks like this:
By my count that's 18 faculty members.
Here is the same image minus 1 fake professor, 2 professors that don't work there anymore, 1 Provost that hasn't taught a class in at least three years (And BTW Dr. Darr, how did you get to be a "Professor"-- did faculty grant you the rank?), 4 "Administrative Faculty" (HU claims they aren't full-time faculty), and one President who never taught a class at HU.
But what about "Corporate Faculty"?
In academia they are more properly called "adjunct faculty":
The HU faculty profiles page list about 30 or so adjuncts. I'm not familiar enough with the adjuncts to know how many of them still teach at HU or if they ever taught at all. For example, HU lists Stephen Reed as Corporate Faculty. To my knowledge he's never taught a class and doesn't even have a college degree. Is it fair to count him as faculty?
This is how the U.S Department of Education lists HU faculty in the Fall of 2011:
I'm sure the numbers have changed since last fall, so these numbers are no longer accurate. The exact number isn't even particularly relevant. What is relevant is that students arrive at HU expecting to find 40+ professors and that simply isn't the case.