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Harper College Fall North

Starting this fall, Harper College will offer a Health Education Teaching Endorsement for teachers and an Audio/Video Arts Technology Certificate, unlike any program available in Illinois.


Students walking through campus

Harper College approved leaving tuition unchanged for the third consecutive year coupled with other measures aimed at keeping costs down for students.


Harper Experience Day MakerSpace

Annual Harper College event was presented in a hybrid format, with elementary and middle school students engaging in on-campus and online activities.


Harper 2021 graduates hold diplomas

The two-year Igniting Paths to Success Scholarship will award full tuition, fees and books to 1,000 students beginning this fall.


Jody Paine with scholarship recipients Sherry Baluch and Ana Sandoval

Olive “Polly” Paine was a visionary during her time, a highly educated woman – she earned a PhD from Yale in 1930 – who devoted her life to developing innovative early education programs. Her memory will continue to live on through Polly’s Kids Scholarship, providing single parents an opportunity to send a child to Harper College’s Early Childhood Laboratory while they pursue their studies at Harper.


 

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Last Updated: 9/1/22