We strive to ensure a sustainable, healthy community for future generations of students.
Harper College is committed to reducing environmental impact across campus. Through campus up-grades, student coursework, community outreach and individual action, Harper is striving towards carbon neutrality to ensure a healthy, sustainable future at Harper and beyond.
Campus Sustainability Highlight
Start Seeing Monarchs! Did you know that the Monarch butterfly is considered an endangered species? Wouldn't it be something if we could join forces and change the outcome for this incredible invertebrate? Join Monarch researcher and enthusiast, Kim Savino, on Tuesday, April 14th, 6:00pm at Harper College for an informative presentation filled with amazing facts about this royal beauty, and learn what you can do to be part of the solution! Please RSVP to Amy Bandman by March 31st if you plan to attend. Learn more at startseeingmonarchs.org
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Follow the links below to find out how Harper is going green and reducing environmental impact on campus.
- American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC): Provides a framework and support for America’s colleges and universities to implement comprehensive plans in pursuit of climate neutrality
- Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): A resource guide and network of colleges and universities around the world committed to sustainability
- Illinois Green Economy Network (IGEN): An Illinois community college partnership working together to grow a greener economy for Illinois