Sunday, April 18, 2021
Kevin Estrada

Popularity for Illinois’ Dual Credit Program Continues to Rise with Illinois High School Students

More than 500,000 students have earned early college credit before High School graduation since 2010 SPRINGFIELD – Over the last decade, Illinois’ Dual Credit Program has seen a steady enrollment increase of...

Listen to past discussions in our acclaimed Seven Strong Speaker Series —Why City Colleges...

We invite you to listen to past discussions in our acclaimed Seven Strong Speaker Series —Why City Colleges of Chicago Matters: Empowering Black Lives — addressing Black equity and opportunity. View...

Wright College Tutor Michelle Duster Pens Acclaimed Book, Ida B. the Queen: The Extraordinary...

When Michelle Duster was a little girl, she began scribbling down stories almost as soon as she learned to write. Whether it was on the yellow paper with blue lines or...

City Colleges of Chicago Honor Timuel D. Black Jr. with the Ella Flagg Young...

The City Colleges of Chicago Foundation announces that Timuel D. Black Jr. is the 2021 recipient of its Ella Flagg Young Award. This award is presented yearly to a leader who...

Forbes reports Kennedy-King College ranks as one of the top community colleges in the...

CHICAGO — As reported by Forbes Magazine this week, Kennedy-King College is considered one of the top 10 community colleges in the country, and serves the largest predominantly Black student body...

From π to Pie, 3.14 is the Magic Number at City Colleges

If you consider yourself a math person – or you simply have a sweet tooth – an important holiday has finally arrived. Celebrated annually on March 14th, Pi Day is both a...

Malcolm X leadership shares insights with WVON on careers in healthcare & nursing!

Listen as Malcolm X President, David Sanders, and Dean of Nursing, Tammy Scott-Brand share career educational pathways in medicine that include nursing and CNA licensing! Special thanks to WVON's Samantha Thomas.

Fighting the (Zoom) Fatigue: City Colleges Staff Share Tips for Success

From school to work to birthday parties – and just about everything in between – over the last year, many of us have become accustomed to logging on to Zoom in...

City Colleges Students #ChoosetoChallenge Gender Biases This International Women’s Day

Now in her second semester at Wright College, Suzette Alvarado has yet to meet her classmates in-person. However, that hasn’t stopped the first-year political science student from finding a welcoming community...
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