Tell us your question or concern or complete the query below.

About Harper College Community Education (CE)

Contact Harper CE via email at or phone us at 847.925.6300 during our business hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., closed on campus holidays.
  • Harper CE offers courses throughout the year. Our printed Course Schedule is published several times a year and distributed to households in the Harper College District as a general reference to our programs. Some information, such as class locations and times can change. So, for the most up-to-date information, check online or on the acknowledgment you receive when you register for a course. Click here to request a printed CE catalog.
  • Some CE development courses qualify for college credit. Click here to access CE to Credit Proficiency Authorization form.
  • Check our website and blog to stay current with news, events, and programs.

Technical Requirements for Online Learning    and     How To Get The Best Audio From WebEx

Senior Citizen Discount:

Find Your Class:

Drops, Cancellations and Refunds:

  • You must drop a class at least 3 days before it begins in order to receive a full refund. You can drop a class 3 days or more before the class begins online.
  • If a medical or personal emergency prevents you from finishing a class, you can file an appeal to request a refund. Please include your name, contact information, the class name and times and the reason you cannot complete the class. Send appeals to:
  • The College reserves the right to cancel any section of any course if enrollment is insufficient. If a class must be cancelled for any reason, a full refund will be automatically granted to reflect the customer’s original payment method. 

Request CE Transcript

View WIOA-Approved Harper Programs

Access and Disability Services

  • Students with documented disabilities who enroll in community education classes are encouraged to request their reasonable accommodations by applying for ADS services, this includes students with physical, visual, and invisible disabilities. Find us at
  • To apply for services:
  • To schedule an appointment or speak to an Advocate: 847.925.6266 (voice callers), Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 7 pm, Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm; or Deaf/Hard of Hearing callers may leave a SignMail message at 224.836.5048 (videophone for Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing callers). You may also email ADS at

Our Mission: Harper College Community Education enriches its diverse communities by providing quality, professional and accessible education and training. In collaboration with its partners, Community Education inspires the transformation of individual lives, the workforce, and society. We accomplish this through our commitment to the success of each student from registration to evaluation; excellence in program content, instructional talent, and the learning environment; and comprehensive, needs-driven programs and activities.

Our Promise: 

  • Students will receive polite and courteous service.
  • Students are our top priority.
  • Students' opinions and suggestions are valued.
  • Students will receive the highest quality educational experience we can offer.
  • We will not disclose educational records without written consent from the student.
  • Harper College is committed to the idea that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

The Community Education Department can be reached at 847.925.6300 or

Required fields are indicated by .