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Two-Day Film Fest at Olive-Harvey College Shines a Light on Social Justice

Olive-Harvey College will host a two-day Social Justice Short Film Festival this week as part of the college’s larger Black History Month celebration. The first of its kind festival, hosted by Chicago-based...

Getting Students Connected: Two Initiatives Increase Digital Equity and Access at City Colleges

Thanks to two unique initiatives offered through City Colleges of Chicago, qualifying students across the city have access to the tools and information they need to succeed in their classes. Chicago Connected...

New Course at Malcolm X College Offers New Approach to Support Caregivers of Veterans,...

CHICAGO (February 7, 2023) – The Chicago Caregivers Course, a two-day symposium to introduce a new approach to supporting caregivers of veterans, police, firefighters, first responders, and trauma victims in the...

Wright JobHire Provides Solar Panel Program Completers with their own Tools of the Trade...

Wright College Humboldt Park is proud to provide its latest cohort of Solar Panel Installation program completers with their own solar panel installation toolkits at no cost, thanks to its strong...

Wright College Receives $500,000 STEM Grant in Partnership with University of Illinois

Wright College and its partner, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), are the recent recipients of an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant that will fund an innovative program designed to encourage...

City Colleges Receives $1.5 million in Special Congressional Funding to Support Student Success

City Colleges of Chicago and Malcolm X College are the recent recipients of $1.5 million in earmark funds, a type of federal funding distributed by the United States Congress that supports...

First-Ever Learning Agenda Symposium Highlights City Colleges’ Commitment to Equity and Excellence

The Malcolm X College Conference Center was full of energy and insight on January 24, 2023, during City Colleges of Chicago’s first-ever learning agenda symposium, “Building Toward Equity in Higher Education.”...

City Colleges Receives Federal Grant to Support Veteran Student Success

The United States Department of Education recently announced that City Colleges of Chicago is an awardee of the Department’s Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) program. Funding from the...

All Seven of City Colleges of Chicago Take Part in the Caring Campus ...

Malcolm X College Reaches Milestone as 100th ‘Caring Campus’ College in U.S. All seven of City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) now take part in the Caring Campus program designed to enhance the...

City Colleges of Chicago Selected to Participate in Renowned Program That Helps Students Enter...

City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) was recently selected as one of 14 community colleges across the nation to participate in the Cyber Skills for All initiative, made possible by a partnership...

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