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CE summer 2017

Non-Credit Continuing Education

  • Career development, personal enrichment, motorcycle safety, the Lifelong Learning Institute, Center for Music and Arts, and InZone.
Strategic Plan

Harper College Promise Scholarship

  • A scholarship offered to every student in Harper's district that would fund up to two years of college.
  • Feb 19, 2018: Art Exhibition: Stephen Cartwright at Art Exhibition Space, C200

    Data is the foundation for all of Stephen Cartwright's work. His sculptural objects, mechanical installations, and graphic drawings are the visual manifestation of his meticulously recorded self-tracking data. Cartwright is Professor an Associate Director of the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois. His work has been exhibited across the country as well as in Bilbao, Amerstadam, Dublin and Dubai.

    This exhibit is open to the community Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., from January 22 - February 22.

    For more visit stephencartwright.com

  • Feb 19, 2018: Risking Everything: A 1964 Freedom Summer Exhibit at Building Z - Avante

    Exhibit: Friday February 2 - Thursday, February 21, 2018

    A display commemorating "Freedom Summer," the 1964 effort by civil rights activists to integrate Mississippi's segregated political system. College students and volunteers from the North, along with black Mississippians, risked their lives to overturn racist institutions.

    Residents and volunteers were met by extraordinary
    violence, including murders, bombings, kidnappings, and torture.
    Much of this was covered on national television and focused the
    country's attention on civil rights issues for the first time.

    Public outrage helped spur the U.S. Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

    Special Event:

    Lecture featuring Michael Edmonds author of "Risking Everything"
    Wednesday, February 21, 2018

  • Feb 19, 2018: JPRC Pop-Up Office at D139

    Get help with your resume, cover letter or job search!

The Hawks finished first in the North Central Districts on Sunday.

The Hawks lost to the Madison College WolfPack 82-53 on Saturday.

The Hawks fell to Triton 76-40 on Thursday night.

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