For info sessions, student life, cultural arts, wellness, and other virtual events, see the Event Calendar. For start dates and deadlines, see the Academic Calendar or Spring Registration page.

To catch up on the latest Harper happenings, visit the News Room or our Harper Stories blog.

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Got questions about registering? Visit the Ask a Question site, contact the One Stop or Chat Live.

When does the semester start?


The Spring Semester starts Tuesday, January 19. See the Spring Registration page for details.


Am I in Harper's district?


Harper's district covers parts of northwest Cook and surrounding areas. See the District Map.


How do I register for classes?


To search and register for classes, visit the Spring 2021 Registration page.


How do I drop a class?


You can drop credit classes online through the MyHarper Student Portal. For details, visit Registration Policies.


What courses and programs do you offer?


Harper offers a wide variety of career and transfer programs. View our course catalog here.


What is the cost of attendance at Harper?


Tuition costs vary according to program and residency. See current tuition rates.


Do I need to take placement tests?


Some programs do require placement tests. To see a list of these programs and the tests they require, click here.


Can the application fee be waived?


Harper charges a one-time, non-refundable application fee of $25. For more information, please contact admissions.


When is Spring Break?


Spring Break is from March 22–28, 2021.


How do I access my student email?


You can access student email through the MyHarper Student Portal. If you have problems accessing your email, contact the Student Services Desk.


How do I request a copy of my transcript?


Unofficial transcripts are available in the MyHarper Student Portal. For official transcripts, see Transcripts.


Where do I get my student ID?


The ID Card Office in Building J is currently closed. You can request an ID card online by filling out the Student ID Request Form.


Are there printing facilities on campus?


Computer labs and other printing locations are currently closed due to the pandemic. Students can access printing with curbside pickup.




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