Community College Advantages
If you complete the first two years at a community college and then transfer to the four-year institution of your choice, you can earn your bachelor’s degree at a fraction of the cost. See how much you can save by completing two years at Harper.
Remember that tuition is only part of the cost of going to college. Students who attend a community college can probably live at home while they are attending school. Students who attend a four-year college or university may need to pay living expenses.
To help you reach your goal of a college degree, Harper offers these programs and many more:
- Access and Disability Services
- Affordable tuition
- College and university transfer agreements
- Counseling services including career, personal and educational
- Distinguished Trustee Scholarship
- Financial assistance and scholarships
- First Year Seminar (FYS) courses
- Fully equipped, state of the art Health and Recreation Center
- Honors Program and Honors Society
- Job Placement Resource Center
- Nationally recognized athletics program
- Personalized new student advising
- On campus food pantry
- Special graduation distinctions including Global Scholar and Social Justice
- Student clubs, organizations and government
- Study abroad program
Explore college credit while still in high school
Whether you go straight to a four-year school or spend time at Harper before transferring, take advantage of the many opportunities Harper offers while you’re still in high school.
- Early College Dual Credit
- Summer classes while home during the summer
You are invited to meet with a Harper admissions specialist at your convenience. Call 847.925.6700 today to get started.