Tuesday, September 29, 2020

City Colleges of Chicago Student Wins Prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Transfer Scholarship

Wright College's Heather Atherton Wins Up to $40,000 per Year to Cover Tuition, Books, and Living Expenses as She Completes her Bachelor’s Degree Chicago, IL -- Wright College student, City Colleges Luminary...

Chicago Tribune: Chicago’s City Colleges will wipe out debt of former students who return,...

Aiming to boost Chicago's post-COVID-19 economic recovery, Mayor Lori Lightfoot launched a new initiative that will allow thousands of former City Colleges students to return to school, complete their degrees and...

Hope Meets Workforce Needs at Daley College’s MTEC

Machining programs at community colleges can bring to mind images of old, tired equipment, housed in even older, drab facilities. That was the case at Richard J. Daley College, one of...

Update on Fall Plans

Dear City Colleges Community: We are committed to both serving our student population and maintaining the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. With that in mind, we want to...

Plans for Fall

Dear City Colleges Community: To protect the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, we anticipate more than 80 percent of City Colleges classes will be offered remotely or online...

WBBM-CBS 2 News: City Colleges Celebrates Graduation Virtually

Watch CBS 2 News cover City Colleges' virtual graduation ceremony here.

WBBM News Radio: Chicago Launches Emergency Food Coordination Center For Those In Need Of...

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Mayor Lightfoot announced Friday the official launch of the city’s Emergency Food Coordination Center at Malcolm X College in partnership with The Salvation Army and the Greater...

Mayor Lightfoot, CPS, City Colleges of Chicago Announce First Round of Career Launch Chicago...

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) announced today that Career Launch Chicago, a new collaborative initiative between CPS, CCC, the City of Chicago,...

City Colleges Is Ready for Fall

The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff are our top priorities. The City Colleges Reopening plan has been reviewed by experts from the Chicago Department of Public Health, and...
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