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Veterans and Military-Connected Students

Veterans

Need a laptop for class? Borrow one today! Harper College has Chromebooks available to be borrowed by students enrolled in the Fall semester. To borrow a laptop, fill out the Technology Request Form.

The Center for Student Veterans and Military-Connected Students Provides Resources to Veterans and Active-Duty Students, Spouses and Dependents 

The Center is a place for student veterans to connect with other student veterans to share information, experiences, and ideas in adjusting from military life to student life.

Many veterans find the Center to be a place where they can freely talk to other student veterans about VA benefits, classes, and overall transition to civilian life. The Center also provide other services and resources, such as:

  • Information on various Veteran scholarships
  • Dedicated Veterans Lounge with study area, computer and printer
  • SVA (Student Veterans Association)
  • Central source of communication to student veterans
  • Student, Academic and Career Programming
  • Referrals to Student Resources, Services and Student Life
  • Referrals to local Veteran assistance organizations
  • Individual student advocacy
  • VA work study program

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Veterans Resources at Harper

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For a list of services, download our Veteran Support Services (PDF).

For more information, visit the Center for Student Veterans and Military-Connected Students in Building A.

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Contact Us

Center for Student Veterans and Military-Connected Students
Building A, 1st floor
847.925.6555

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