Student Engagement

Comprehensive student programming and activities are available at little to no cost for students.  In-person and/or virtual lectures, concerts, films, special events and other leadership, social and intellectual opportunities are sponsored throughout the year by Student Engagement. Students can explore and enjoy diversity programs and multicultural celebrations; be involved with student media and publications; access free legal and immigration guidance; participate in the student leadership programs; connect to the Center for Veterans and Military Connected Students; attend lectures, concerts, film, art exhibits sponsored by the Cultural Arts Committee; and be involved in one of the many clubs and student organizations on campus. A list of active student clubs and organizations can be found at:

Numerous student organizations are active and students are encouraged to begin other organizations within the established guidelines. 

Student Engagement is located in the Student Center, Building A, Room A336. Additional information can be found at

Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association (SGA) represents all Harper students to the College's staff, faculty, administration, and the community.  SGA officers and senators are responsible for acting upon student concerns, appointing students to College committees, reviewing and recommending changes in College policy, approving registration of student organizations, and otherwise promoting and advocating for student success and student welfare.  Student Government Association is made up of students elected to the positions of President, Vice President, and Treasurer. Any student may petition to be a Senator on Student Government Association. Additionally, Student Government Association has three secretaries that are select by the Vice President: Secretary for Diversity and Inclusion, Secretary for Student Engagement, Secretary for Leadership and Service.

Last Updated: 10/5/21