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City Colleges Students Are Off to the Ivy League

Students from across City Colleges are transferring to four-year universities to continue their studies. You can read more about students who are transferring here and learn more about transfer services, and...

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Hyde Park Herald: Kenwood seniors win more than $41 million in scholarships despite ‘fatigue’...

This year's Kenwood Academy seniors have continued their predecessors' record of winning tens of millions of dollars in scholarships even as almost every other facet of the school year is different...

Chicago Crusader: CCC to award $12.7 Million in CARES Act Emergency Funds

CCC Foundation raises an additional $2.6 million to support students impacted by COVID-19 In an effort to support its students during this pandemic, City Colleges of Chicago is working to award eligible...

City Colleges of Chicago ofrece cursos introductorios de tecnología en línea y gratuitos para...

Estos cursos gratuitos incluyen introducciones a la ciberseguridad, las redes sociales, la programación de Python, el espíritu empresarial y más. Las inscripciones están abiertas hasta el 19 de junio. Las inscripciones ya...

Deadline Extended: City Colleges of Chicago Offers Free Intro to Tech Courses, Helping Chicagoans...

These free courses include introductions to cybersecurity, social networking, Python programming, entrepreneurship and more; deadline to register has been extended to June 19th Registration is now open for free continuing education classes...

WBBM NewsRadio: At Issue: An Interview with Juan Salgado, City Colleges of Chicago

When the 7 campuses of the City Colleges of Chicago begin the Fall term, they may have a different way of doing things because of the Coronavirus pandemic. City Colleges Chancellor...

NPR Illinois: Higher Ed Planning How To Best Open Campuses In Fall

Colleges and universities in Illinois want their campuses to be open to students in the fall, after classes were forced online in March due to COVID-19. A state panel is going...

Green Opportunities Grow for Students at City College of Chicago This Summer

This summer, Chicagoans interested in careers in environmental management, renewable energy, or green technology can get a solid foundation in a renewable energy class offered virtually through Wright College. Thanks to...

Student-Athlete Chosen as Kennedy-King College’s Valedictorian

Lauren Richards of Statesmen’s women’s basketball team graduating with Associate in Arts degree and 4.00 GPA. CHICAGO – Lauren Richards (Vernon Hills H.S.), a member of the Kennedy-King College women’s basketball team...

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