I can honestly say I have never been at a school where the teachers care so much about their students. My professors have always made themselves available for out of classroom assistance and are willing to go over tricky topics if you find yourself struggling. I love that the educators are flexible and willing to talk about ideas that are current to society and yet are still able to tie them together with the material of the class. Harper allows you to learn and grow simultaneously.
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Harper is amazing, the faculty is insightful and caring. Without Harper I would have never met my Biology professor who has become my mentor and gives me hope for the future in environmental science and I would have never study abroad in Costa Rica. Plus, they are so inexpensive that I didn't have to apply for a bunch of scholarships like I do now.» Read More
Harper is a great school full of teachers who are passionate, and love to teach. At least that's the experience I've had so far, and classes are very cheap compare to other places. Also, they have a great transfer-friendly program that even Northwestern accepts, and a top community college in the country.» Read More
Harper College is an active site for advanced learning and maturing. Students are challenged in order to prepare them for their future endeavors beyond Harper, where they can excel as a result of their exceptional experiences. Harper is a worthwhile investment and a great way to save money versus going to a four-year university for two additional years (i.e., a student's freshman and sophomore years).» Read More
Harper College is a great community college for students of all different types. Knowledgeable teachers and a variety of class have made the experience enjoyable. The low tuition prices also lower the stress of trying to find a way to pay for school.» Read More