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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...

City Colleges and Partners Share Best Practices at First-Ever Learning Agenda Symposium

On January 24, 2023, City Colleges of Chicago will host its first-ever learning agenda symposium. The event, titled “Building Toward Equity in Higher Education,” will be held at Malcolm X College...
Cover of City Colleges 2022 annual update, which reads, "Forging Forward: 2022 in Review."

Read City Colleges’ Annual Update – Forging Forward: 2022 in Review

2022 was a year of continued progress and innovation at City Colleges of Chicago. We launched new initiatives, including a first-year experience program at each of our seven colleges, and celebrated...

Community and Culture at the Center of Malcolm X College’s Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

Chicagoans from across the city join convened at Malcolm X College on December 27, 2022 for the college’s annual Kwanzaa celebration. This year’s event, “A Story of a Resilient Culture”, featured children’s...

Busy Season for Supply Chain Brings Gift of Learning to Olive-Harvey Students

Holiday shopping, returns, unpredictable weather conditions, and more make the winter season a busy one for those working in the supply chain industry. But for Cheryl Freeman Smith, dean of career...

West Side Learning Center Brings Connections, Community, and In-Demand Opportunities to Chicago’s Austin Neighborhood

Barbara Meschino, the dean of Malcolm X College’s satellite location in Austin, the West Side Learning Center (WSLC), grew up in Chicago’s West Garfield Park neighborhood. She credits her deep roots...

“We Are Here Because We Are Accessible”: City Colleges Fresh Start Program Highlighted in...

Across the country and right here in Chicago, college students and alumni struggle with the financial ramifications of large amounts of student debt. City Colleges of Chicago’s deputy provost Stacia Edwards...

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