Current Student Advising
Advising and counseling for current or previously-enrolled students.
The Center's main mission is to facilitate student success. We offer various services designed to help you make the most appropriate academic planning decisions.
Educational Planning refers to having a strategy for reaching your academic and career goals. It is putting all of the pieces of the puzzle together so you can be successful.
- Full-time students should meet with a counselor each semester before registering -- especially if you have changed your major or transfer school.
- Students interested in transferring should meet with a counselor each semester before registering. You may also access transfer information online. However, this information is not a substitute for meeting with a counselor.
Students in Academic Difficulty
The Standards of Academic Performance at Harper College have been established to guide students in the pursuit of academic success. If you continue to receive a grade point average of less than 2.0, you will be required to see a counselor before registering each semester. You and the counselor will develop success strategies to help you increase your grade point average to a 2.0. If these measures fail, and you continue to receive a grade point average of less than 2.0, you may not be allowed to continue at Harper College. See the Harper College Catalog or a counselor for a full description of the policy.
Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degree Requirements
Please click on the catalog year you are following for your degree requirements. If you are following a previous catalog edition we have additional information located in our office.
- Associate in Arts (AA) 2016
- Associate in Science (AS) 2016
- Associate in Arts (AA) 2014
- Associate in Science (AS) 2014
- Associate in Arts (AA) 2013
- Associate in Science (AS) 2013
- Associate in Arts (AA) 2012
- Associate in Science (AS) 2012
- Associate in Arts (AA) 2009
- Associate in Science (AS) 2009