Harper Stories

September 12, 2016

Brian Nestler

Brian had a very successful career in technology sales —that is until his company relocated out of state. At age 41, Brian found himself unemployed and without a college degree.


Eric Brown

Eric Brown, an adult student from Hanover Park, was inspired to study sign language interpreting after becoming friends with a deaf man at church.


Gabriela Rodriquez

Gabriela Rodriguez’s life changed in a way she could never have imagined.


August 22, 2016

Play Video

Students show appreciation for those who helped them along the way.


May 09, 2016

Finals Week

It's that time of year again – finals. Take a break and watch this fun video.


Erich Wenzel

How do you juggle full-time work and full-time studies? Erich Wenzel shares these 3 tips.


Erich Wenzel

I wanted to study engineering while earning a degree that I could put to work right away.


Mukila Maitha, assistant professor will accompany a group of Harper College Honors students to Zimbabwe.

A passion to join the Peace Corp, growing up in Mexico, a high school teacher’s advice, a class on East African literature — these different paths helped lead Harper Honors students to a 10-day study abroad trip to Zimbabwe scheduled during spring break.


Faculty Staff Welcomes Students

Harper faculty and staff greet students as we kickoff the spring semester.

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Faculty Staff Welcomes Students

Harper faculty and staff greet students as we kickoff the spring semester.


Faculty Staff Welcoming Students

Harper faculty and staff greet students as we kickoff the spring semester.

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September 14, 2015

Accounting

Jenni Huber has a goal in mind – Earn her associate of applied science (AAS) degree in accounting. But along the way, she’s taking advantage of every opportunity her program of study presents, while discovering that persistence pays off.