September 11, 2019
Teresa Hernandez is the youngest student to receive the President's Art Selection Award. Her piece, "Again and Again," was created for an assignment in Professor Perry Pollock's Drawing II class.
June 25, 2019
Sergio Sosa was living with his grandparents in El Salvador until his mother was finally able to have him join her in the United States. He was 15 years old and did not speak English. He started his freshman year of high school in ESL classes. This past May, he earned his associate degree, graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA, wrestled in the national tournament, volunteered at a medical clinic, received the Excellence in Discipline award for Biology and was awarded a full tuition scholarship to Lake Forest College.
May 30, 2019
Sushila Jackson is a survivor. She will be graduating from Harper this summer, the first female to earn an A.A.S. in Information Technology - Computer Support here at Harper. It wasn’t easy, and her path wasn’t linear.
May 10, 2019
It's been an expansive and successful career for Lisa Smith, Supply Chain Management Coordinator, but ultimately success to her is helping her students succeed.
April 24, 2019
Many students have already decided to attend Harper College this fall, while others are still exploring options. While it is never too late to get started at Harper, there are benefits to timely action. Attending New Student Orientation and registering early allows students the wide variety of courses and schedules to suit their personal needs . Additionally, greater financial opportunities, like scholarships, are available earlier. While course options still exist later in the summer, students may not be able to put their first choice schedule together.
April 22, 2019
On the stage and in the gym, Cynthia Burrows finds her calling as both an educator and a lifelong learner.
April 17, 2019
From Tom and Jerry cartoons, to studying abroad in France and Spain, to the classroom at Harper College, a love for language has guided Linda Schumacher for as long as she can remember.
April 08, 2019
With a passion for language and culture, Maria Vital is set to take the business world by storm.
Organizations large and small are benefiting from the thousands of volunteer hours being completed by the Harper College Promise Scholars. The Friends of the Mount Prospect Public Library couldn’t be more thrilled to be the beneficiary of the extra hands and strong backs of the Promise Scholars.
March 19, 2019
Having two young children and a full time job didn't stop Kim Dang from earning her degree. Now she has a career and is the example she's always wanted to be for her daughters.
March 11, 2019
Emergency and Disaster Management was the dream career, Harper College was the place. Learn about Hillary Gack's road to success.
February 20, 2019
All the stars aligned when Angelica Avalos realized she wanted to study Geographic Information Systems at Harper College, and she's only just getting started.
February 06, 2019
Get to know a little more about the 2018-19 Student Trustee.
February 06, 2019
Get to know the 2018-2019 Vice President of Student Government Association.
January 22, 2019
Harper College professor of Nutrition, John Athamanah, finds inspiration in helping students enrich their lives.
December 18, 2018
Yusra Iftegar believes passion and hard work are the keys to success in the Nutrition program at Harper College.
November 29, 2018
For five years in a row, Harper’s Learning and Career Center in Prospect Heights has hosted the Prospect Height’s Police Department’s annual Thanksgiving food drive and distribution. More than 139 local families, including 30 families of Harper students, were helped by this year’s drive.
November 28, 2018
Samuel Giordano, Fire Science Technology Program Director at Harper College, is motivated by preparing the next generation of Fire Science students for the challenges ahead.
November 27, 2018
Ana Sandoval was in her second year of college, studying accounting; the first in her family to go to college. But her family was struggling to make ends meet in Ecuador. The economic crisis was crushing them. Hoping for a better life, she petitioned for a visa to the U.S. and, as luck would have it, she was approved. Unfortunately, the rest of her family was not. She would have to leave everything she knew behind and strike out on her own to pursue life in America. She was 22 years old and about to brave a whole new world.
November 15, 2018
"This career will not be handed to you on a silver platter. I had to work hard to achieve my dreams and I love being able to help my students achieve theirs." – Jeanine Liska, Fire Science Technology Alumni, Faculty and Firefighter/Paramedic at Schaumburg Fire Department