Student Clubs and Organizations

More than 1,400 students participate in at least one organization each year to have fun, make new friends, enhance their resumes, learn beyond the classroom, and develop leadership qualities. These are just some of the benefits of participating in one of Harper's student organizations. Student organizations are open to all Harper students taking credit classes, unless otherwise noted. Student clubs and organization meetings are in-person, or remote, as determined by campus access, hours, club preference and social distancing protocol. 

Harper’s student groups represent a wide range of student interests and perspectives.  Harper fully supports the student groups’ right to express diverse viewpoints, yet does not endorse the views or opinions of any individual student group. All student groups must follow Harper policies and share in the responsibility for maintaining a climate of mutual respect consistent with Harper’s Core Values.

If you are interested in joining a club, click on the club name to read more, and email the advisor directly for membership and meeting details.

Accounting Club

ADS Success Club (Access and Disability Services)

Alpha Omega Club

Astronomy Club

Auto Club

Black Student Union

Business and Entrepreneurship Club

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

Chemistry Club

Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (CARP)

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Club

Ethics Bowl


Last Updated: 7/14/22