Summer Classes Online
March 30, 2020 Update: Harper College will be moving all summer courses to an online format due to evolving circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. While registration is still open, note that the classes you register for will be changing to an online format in late April and you will be notified when this occurs. If you have any questions contact the One Stop at 847.925.6710 or email@example.com.
Summer 2020 basics
- Classes are 100% online. Explore your options as you review the entire list of summer classes at a glance. Or, search the summer 2020 class schedule for a specific class.
- Current or previously enrolled Harper students: register through MyHarper Student Portal.
- New students: follow these steps to apply and register.
- Summer 2020 sessions start on May 18 and June 1.
- If you are still in high school, visit the Concurrent Enrollment page for information on how you can earn college credit as a high school student.
Stay on track toward your goals
You’re committed to your goal of a college degree. Harper College is committed to your success. Keep up your momentum this summer with an online class through Harper. Robust online offerings, affordable tuition, and smooth credit transfers to your university make it easier for you to stay on track and reach the finish line.
Choose from hundreds of popular online courses including these and many more
- ACC101 – Intro to Accounting
- ART114 – Intro to Film
- BIO101 – Biology Survey
- GEG100 – Cultural Geography
- GEG103 – The Developing World
- HST111 – American Experience to 1877
- HUM105 – Great Ideas of World Civilizations
- MTH165 – Statistics
- PHI101 – Critical Thinking
- PHI105 – Intro to Philosophy
- PHI115 – Ethics
- PSY101 – Intro to Psychology
- PSY217 – Adolescent Psychology
- SOC101 – Intro to Sociology
- SOC120 – Family in Contemporary Society
Transfer summer credit back to your home university
Harper's tuition and fees are far more affordable than what you'd pay at a four-year school. You’ll save money on general education courses so you can focus on your major when you start your fall semester.