Monday, September 27, 2021

City Colleges of Chicago Foundation’s Seven Strong Inaugural Benefit Raises More Than $500,000, Bringing...

As part of a larger and ambitious institutional advancement initiative for City Colleges of Chicago, the City Colleges of Chicago Foundation hosted the Seven Strong Inaugural Benefit Thursday, Nov. 15 at...

ABC7 Chicago: Coronavirus Chicago: Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces new remote learning plans at CPS,...

In light of the COVID-19 situation, City Colleges of Chicago has moved from 10 percent of credit classes being fully online to 92 percent available. See more from WLS-TV here.

Truman College Expert Shares Tips for Avoiding the Summer Slide

With many schools in the area now on or approaching summer break, parents may hear the phrase “summer slide” come up – in conversations with friends or teachers, in the media,...

Mayor Lightfoot and City Colleges of Chicago Launch Fresh Start: A Debt-Forgiveness Program Welcoming...

More than 21,000 Former Students with a Total of $17.7 Million in Debt Offered Path to Re-Enroll & Erase Debt Chicago, IL – To give thousands of Chicagoans the chance to return...

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...

City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates Associate Degree Graduates in First-Ever Virtual Commencement Ceremony this...

On Saturday, June 27th at 9 a.m., City Colleges of Chicago students, families, friends, faculty and staff will be able to view the community college system’s first virtual Commencement Ceremony online...

Daley Alumna Uses Art to Promote Census Participation Among Her Peers

Yesenia Licona, a graduate of Richard J. Daley College, is using her artistic talent to spread news about the importance of completing the Census. She realized that her artistic skills, which...

Diversifying the Field: Male Nurses Find Success at Malcolm X

Over the last year, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed a bright spotlight on the demand for healthcare professionals – a demand that research shows won’t disappear anytime soon. In fact, according...

From Refugee to New Student Trustee, Meet Truman College’s Imran Mohammad

Imran Mohammad, a student at Truman College and the recently-elected Student Trustee for City Colleges of Chicago, looks forward to representing his peers from every City College in his new position....

Chicago Defender: City Colleges of Chicago to Award Students $12.7 Million in CARES Act...

In an effort to support its students during this pandemic, City Colleges of Chicago is working to award eligible students $12.7 million in federal CARES Act funds. More than 22,000 City...
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