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Explore the Health & Recreation Center

The new Building M offers fitness opportunities for students, faculty/staff and the community.  Join Today  |  View the Building M Gallery
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Graduate debt-free through apprenticeships

Get on-the-job training in CNC Machining, Industrial Maintenance and more. Attend our March 5 info session.  About Apprenticeships  |  Info Session
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Non-credit Continuing Education

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Dr. Kenneth L. Ender

Dr. Kenneth L. Ender Legacy

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Dr. Avis Proctor

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  • Learn more about Harper's next president, Dr. Avis Proctor.
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Harper College Promise Scholarship

  • A scholarship offered to every student in Harper's district that would fund up to two years of college.

The Harper College Board of Trustees has approved the selection of Dr. Avis Proctor as its next college President by unanimous vote. Dr. Proctor will become the sixth president of Harper College on July 1, 2019, succeeding Dr. Ken Ender who is ending his 10-year tenure at the institution on June 30.

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin visited Harper College to tour the advanced manufacturing lab and other state-of-the-art facilities that help students develop the high-tech skills they need for 21st century jobs. The veteran lawmaker was instrumental in securing a $12.9 million Department of Labor grant in 2012 to expand Harper College’s advanced manufacturing training program to other community colleges throughout Illinois.

ESPN is celebrating 50 years of the Special Olympics with a story on Harper College alumna Bree Bogucki, who’s overcoming her disabilities in a big way. Now at Tennessee Wesleyan University, Bree is excelling at school and at track while advocating on behalf of others with disabilities. “Even though we may have challenges, that shouldn’t define us,” she says.

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The wrestling team traveled to Muskegon, Michigan for the North Central District Championship. The Hawks came out of the tournament victorious with all of the ten wrestlers qualifying for nationals.

On Saturday, the men's Harper Hawks basketball team played the Wilbur Wright College Rams in a conference game.

On Saturday, the women's Harper Hawks basketball team played the Wilbur Wright College Rams in a conference game.

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