- A scholarship offered to every student in Harper's district that would fund up to two years of college.
- Career training, personal enrichment, motorcycle safety, lifelong learning and InZone for kids and teens.
- Help students achieve their dream and finish their education.
Ryan Helsdingen was about to commit to the University of Illinois when he heard Harper was launching its Engineering Pathways program. The oldest of six kids, he just couldn't pass up the opportunity to save tens of thousands of dollars. Five years later, the Harper (and U. of I.) alum has minimal debit and recently landed a full-time job working as an electrical engineer at a downtown Chicago firm.
Harper College will name its library the David K. Hill Family Library in recognition of David and Diane Hill’s significant contributions.
Harper College will celebrate Engineers Week with its first Explore Engineering event on February 25. High school students and their parents can learn all about Harper’s storied program – which dates back nearly 50 years – and its exceptional faculty, curriculum and transfer partnerships.