Harper College

Register for Credit Classes

If you have any questions about registration, contact the One Stop at 847.925.6710 or onestop@harpercollege.edu.

Spring 2024

View the schedule for Spring 2024.

Summer 2024

View the schedule for Summer 2024.

  • Summer 2024 Class Schedule
  • 3/4/2024: Summer 2024 Priority Registration Opens: Selective admissions programs and special populations (veterans, ADS, limited enrollment, athletes, honors program) 
  • 3/5/2024: Summer 2024 Priority Registration: Current/previous students with 30+ credit hours
  • 3/6/2024: Summer 2024 Priority Registration: Current/previous students with .5 – 29.5 credit hours
  • 3/7/2024: Summer 2024 Open Registration (All new degree-seeking students must attend orientation before registration can begin.)
  • Visit the Summer Session website for more info

Fall 2024

  • 3/15/2024: Fall Schedule live
  • 4/15/2024: Fall 2024 Priority Registration Opens: Selective admissions programs and special populations (veterans, ADS, limited enrollment, athletes, honors program)
  • 4/16/2024: Fall 2024 Priority Registration: Current/previous students with 30+ credit hours
  • 4/17/2024: Fall 2024 Priority Registration: Current/previous students with .5 – 29.5 credit hours
  • 4/18/2024: Fall 2024 Open Registration (All new degree-seeking students must attend orientation before registration can begin.)

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Course Formats

A modality is the way a course is delivered. Traditionally, many courses have been delivered in an in-person format. With recent advances in technology, several new online course modalities are available:

Online ANYTIME courses are delivered 100% online, with no required face-to-face sessions or scheduled virtual class times. Classes are taught entirely online following instructor timelines and learning outcomes. Students learn content through videos, and materials posted by the instructor. Interaction takes place through discussion boards and written messages. All assignments are submitted online. Exams and orientations can all be completed virtually in this modality. Instructors may schedule optional synchronous study sessions, as necessary.

Online LIVE courses are delivered 100% online using “real-time” synchronous sessions (specifically scheduled virtual class times for online interaction between the instructor and/or the class). Class meeting times are designated in the schedule. Exams and orientations can all be completed virtually in this modality. Online LIVE classes allow for engagement in a remote classroom such as Zoom, WebEx, or Blackboard Collaborate.

Blended classes consist of both on-campus face-to-face meetings and online instruction. The amount of time spent on campus is less than a traditional face-to-face class and the remaining amount of time for the course is completed in an online asynchronous environment. Instructors may schedule optional synchronous study sessions, as necessary.

Flex Learning classes allow students to choose how they engage in class depending on what works best for them on any given day. Students may move in and out of the offered modes based on learning preferences and/or their life circumstances. Courses will be designated with an ‘X’ (ex. PHY121-X01) in the course schedule and the format choices offered for that class will be visible in the Section Comments/Course Description. There are four types of Flex Learning classes offered:

In-person and Online LIVE
While the instructor is in person, students can engage in class in one of two ways: in person or online live (synchronously).

In-person and Online ANYTIME
While the instructor is in person, students can engage in class in one of two ways: in person or online ANYTIME (asynchronously).

Online LIVE and Online ANYTIME
While the instructor schedules online LIVE classes, students can choose whether to attend each class live or participate in equivalent online anytime work.

In-person and Online LIVE and Online ANYTIME
While the instructor is in person, students can engage in class in one of three ways: in person, online LIVE (synchronously), or online ANYTIME (asynchronously).

 

Online ANYTIME (asynchronous)

Online LIVE (synchronous)

Blended

     

On-campus attendance required

No

No

Yes

Real-time scheduled virtual class times between instructor and class

No

Yes

No

     

Access to computer hardware and software (webcam, wi-fi) required

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

All exams and orientations completed virtually

Yes 

Yes 

No 

     

Technology use expected (Blackboard, WebEx, Zoom)

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

Assignments due on specific dates

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

 

Last Updated: 2/20/24