Information Sessions

One of the best ways to learn about Harper is by attending an info session.

Free information sessions are offered throughout the year. Hear details and ask questions about programs, costs, transfer credit, and services to help you succeed.

Paying for College Workshop

  • RSVP to Attend: Workshop offers hands-on assistance with completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Especially for Adult Students

Especially for High School Students

  • Harper College Visits Your High School
  • One Million Degrees: Learn about the support you'll receive to succeed in college, your career and in life. All applicants are required to attend an information session
  • Harper Bound Preview Night: These sessions are designed for current high school seniors who have already applied to Harper College and would like to learn more about their next steps.

Fast Track, An Accelerated, Part-time Program

  • Fast Track Info Session: Fast Track is an accelerated, part-time program, designed specifically for students who want to complete their career certificate/degree by attending either one or two class sessions a week.

Apprenticeship Program

  • Apprenticeship Program Info Session: This program provides on-the-job training with pay. Your tuition is paid for by the employer so you won't have college debt. And, there's guaranteed employment after graduation.

Prepare to Transfer to University of Illinois College of Engineering

  • Interested in transferring to the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Harper Pathway to Illinois program is an opportunity for qualifying students to gain guaranteed admission.

Prepare for a Career in Health Care

Prepare for a Career as a Paralegal

Prepare for a Career in Sign Language Studies, Sign Language Interpreting 

  • Free information sessions are scheduled at least three times a year, once every semester. These informal meetings provide an opportunity for participants to meet faculty, learn about career opportunities and ask questions.

Non-Credit Continuing Education Certificate Programs