Adult Education (AED)
Need a laptop for class? Borrow one today! Harper College has Chromebooks available to be borrowed by students enrolled in the Fall semester. To borrow a laptop, fill out the Technology Request Form.
The AED department invites eligible students to take free classes to prepare for jobs in the current economy. The department operates under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Program requirements include:
- Registration form completed
- Take Entrance exam
- Enroll in classes
- Take exam every 40 hours of instruction
Your HSE will give you the credential and opportunity to go forward in your education and life. Harper College classes can help prepare you for the exams and college success.
- Free High School Equivalency (HSE) classes to help you pass the HSE Exams and obtain a HSE Diploma.
- Convenient classes offered morning and evening.
- Resources to transition into College level courses.
You are important to our college and community. We can help you learn English to prepare for a better job, help your children with their homework, or become U.S. Citizens.
There are 10 levels of ELA classes:
- 001/002 Beginning ESL Literacy
- 003/004 High Beginning ESL
- 005/006 Low Intermediate ESL
- 007/008 Intermediate ESL
- 009/010 Advanced ESL
Adult Educational Development
Building D, Room D164
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1200 West Algonquin Road Palatine 60067
Partners for Our Community (POC)
1585 N Rand Road Palatine 60074
Learning and Career Center (LCC)
1375 South Wolf Road Prospect Heights 60070
Education and Work Center (EWC)
6704 Barrington Road Hanover Park 60133