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Start Here, Go Anywhere: 10 Questions With MXC’s Transfer Center Director

For many students, City Colleges serves as a key entry point to earning their bachelor’s degrees. By starting here, they’re able to save thousands on their first two years of college,...

PepsiCo Kicks Off Year Two of Community College Program Supporting Black and Hispanic Students

Students Can Now Apply For the 2022 S.M.I.L.E. Scholarship Now Through February 28, For the Opportunity to Receive Up to $50,000 for Tuition and Living Expenses, Financial Wellness Courses and PepsiCo...

City Colleges Joins New Moms to Support Young Parents in College

PROGRAM LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT STUDENT PARENTS AS THEY COMPLETE COLLEGE DEGREES. Three-year pilot seeks to address disparity in degree attainment for young moms The Chicago-based nonprofit New Moms has launched an Academic...

“This Program Is Letting Me Go to College”: New MXC-UIC Partnership Provides Pathway for...

When Sevinj Kazimli opened an email that said she’d been accepted into the new dual-admissions nursing pathway between Malcolm X College and the University of Illinois at Chicago, she was thrilled. “UIC...

Chicago Public Health Department is extending family vaccination clinics at City Colleges of Chicago

The Chicago Department of Public Health recently announced that it is extending family vaccination clinics at City Colleges of Chicago. These events will offer pediatric COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines, as well as...

City Colleges, CDOT and Divvy Unveil new Bikeshare Station at Olive-Harvey College, Offer No-cost...

City Colleges of Chicago, The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and its Divvy bikeshare system recently unveiled a new Divvy station at Olive-Harvey College. The announcement of a new City Colleges initiative...

2021: 1s to Know

Every day, our students break down barriers to achieve their dreams—and the last 360+ days have been no different. In 2021, we witnessed our students' successes, whether they gained skills to...

City Colleges of Chicago Receives Over $6 Million From ICCB to Help Chicagoans Access...

Capping off a year of dedicated fundraising by City Colleges’ faculty and staff to benefit our students and colleges, City Colleges of Chicago was recently awarded over $6 million in grant...

Cancelled: Kwanzaa Celebration at Malcolm X College

UPDATE: KWANZAA CELEBRATION CANCELLED Given the current state of COVID-19 in the City of Chicago and out of an abundance of caution, the MXC Kwanzaa 2021 Celebration is cancelled this year.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  (Original...

University of Illinois Chicago and City Colleges of Chicago offer dual enrollment, making it...

The board of trustees of the University of Illinois, on behalf of the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) College of Nursing and UIC Extended Campus, and City Colleges of Chicago (CCC),...

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