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Harper College will be closed for Thanksgiving Break on Wednesday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 26.

News 2017

Kevin Prchal

Local singer-songwriter Kevin Prchal is channeling his artistry into a worthy cause this holiday season. Prchal, who when not performing on the Chicago-area music scene can be found working in Harper College’s marketing department, wrote an original song, “Believe,” for Harper’s Giving Tuesday initiative. Check out the music video.


Kim Duchossois

Over the past few years, Barrington-area philanthropist Kim Duchossois has become a valued donor to Harper and an ambassador on behalf of the College's work. To recognize her generous support, which cumulatively totals more than $1 million, Building D will be known as the Duchossois Family Educational Center.


Harper College Avante Center

The Harper College Board of Trustees has approved a bond refinancing resolution that will save taxpayers in Harper’s district approximately $19.6 million through 2028.


Book cover of Out of the Wreck I Rise

Author and longtime Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg will visit Harper College on November 21 to explore addiction and sobriety during a discussion of his book, “Out of the Wreck I Rise: A Literary Companion to Recovery.”


Cast of

The Harper Ensemble Theatre Company will present “Hair,” the original American Tribal Love Rock Musical, from November 10 through November 19 at the Performing Arts Center. Both Harper College and "Hair" are celebrating their 50th anniversary.