Convocation FAQs

The Honors Convocation Ceremony

The Harper College Graduation Ceremony is a campus-wide ceremony honoring the completion of degrees and/or certificates. At this ceremony, the President of Harper College confers degrees and certificates of graduating students.

The Honors Convocation Ceremony is different from Graduation. During the Convocation ceremony, students are recognized for their overall academic achievement and outstanding performance within a particular program of study. During the Honors Convocation, students are recognized in the following areas for high achievement:  James Brown Memorial Award, David K. Hill Memorial Award, Motorola Solutions Foundation Award for Excellence, Alpha Delta Nu, Kappa Beta Delta , Phi Theta Kappa, Honors Program, Engineering Pathways, Excellence in the Discipline, and 4.0 Grade Point Graduates. "  

Eligibility to participate is determined by academic achievement and outstanding performance within a particular program of study. Eligible students will receive an invitation to attend the Virtual Honors Convocation ceremony.

All students invited to virtually attend the Honors Convocation ceremony will be recognized for an accomplishment. Some students may receive multiple awards throughout the event based on personal accomplishments achieved. Students who are to receive traditional regalia at Convocation will have items mailed to the address we have on file.

 

We are currently taking proactive measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Do not come to campus. We are providing services remotely and will respond to your requests - please be patient. Visit: harpercollege.edu/advisory for updated information about the Harper College COVID-19 response and services plan.

 

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