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Wright College Humboldt Park Distributes Free Computer Science Textbooks to Students

Textbooks and access codes for online educational content are becoming an increasing burden on college students, according to a 2021 study from the United States Public Interest Research Group, and Wright...

Harold Washington College Recognized for its Commitment to Military-Affiliated Students

Harold Washington College is proud to serve those who served. The college was recently named a 2022 Military Times “Best for Vets” college for its commitment to military-affiliated student success. The college...

Adult Education Changes Lives: Reflecting on Student Success During Adult Education & Family Literacy...

Every year, thousands of students take the next step in their college or career journeys by enrolling in our Adult Education program. City Colleges’ free classes to learn English or prepare...

City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates Its Largest Class of Star Scholars to Date

City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) announces this fall’s Star Scholarship (2022) cohort is the largest ever enrolled at CCC, with 1,597 new students across all seven colleges: Harold Washington, Harry S...

Innovation Spotlight: Early Childhood Access Consortium for Equity Published In Higher Learning Commission

To read the full story printed in the Higher Learning Commission news blog, click here and scroll to: Innovation Spotlight: Early Childhood Access Consortium. Kate Connor, professor of education and human development...

Get Ready, Get Registered: Quick Actions to Take on National Voter Registration Day

The following blog post was written by Elvis Guzman, director of civic engagement at City Colleges of Chicago. So you’re thinking about voting in the 2022 election? Great! As City Colleges’ director...

Malcolm X College and Chicago’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) Are Teaming...

Malcolm X College is partnering with OEMC to offer an Introduction to Emergency Management course. The course will teach students about 9-1-1 operations, emergency management, traffic management, 3-1-1 city services, and...

City Colleges Celebrates 2022 Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week

United States President Joseph Biden Jr. and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) announced that September 12-18, 2022, will be observed as National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week. The observance takes...
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City Colleges Director Brittany Jackson Kairis Named Chairperson of Statewide Adult Education Committee

Brittany Jackson Kairis, executive director of strategic initiatives in Adult Education at City Colleges of Chicago, was recently selected to join the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) Adult Education and Literacy...

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