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Harper's Department of Music Presents Fall Musical Performances

Fall Musical Performances

Harper Department of Music, Continuing Education and others offer performances that span the musical genres.  See the Schedule
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CE Fall 2018

Noncredit Continuing Education

  • Career development, personal enrichment, motorcycle safety, the Lifelong Learning Institute, Center for Music and Arts, and InZone.
Building M

Health & Recreation Center (Building M)

  • The new Foglia Foundation Health & Recreation Center offers fitness, aquatics, sports, special events and health care services.
Strategic Plan

Harper College Promise Scholarship

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

Harper College’s partnership with Zurich North America offering registered apprenticeships has been awarded a 2018 Illinois Council of Community College Administrators Innovation Award.

Dr. Kenneth Ender, President of Harper College, will serve on Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker’s Educational Success Committee to help advise and guide the incoming administration.

Olive “Polly” Paine was a visionary during her time, a highly educated woman – she earned a PhD from Yale in 1930 – who devoted her life to developing innovative early education programs. Her memory will continue to live on through Polly’s Kids Scholarship, providing single parents an opportunity to send a child to Harper College’s Early Childhood Laboratory while they pursue their studies at Harper.

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The Hawks notched their first win of the season against Olive-Harvey on Saturday.

On Tuesday, the women's Harper Hawks basketball team played the Owls of Oakton Community College in a non-conference game.

The Hawks fell to the MCC Scots 88-66.

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