Wednesday, October 5, 2022

CCC congratulates one of its accomplished educators on her new book!

CCC congratulates Michelle Duster on her new book titled, "Ida B. the Queen: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Ida B. Wells". Michelle tutors at Wilbur Wright College. She is an author,...
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Olive-Harvey College Offers Training in Aviation Tech, Starts March 15!

CHICAGO — Olive-Harvey College’s Aviation Sheet Metal Tech Training begins March 15. Through its partnership with AAR, a global provider of aviation services, this course at City Colleges of Chicago (CCC)...

City Colleges Hosts Virtual Transfer Fair for Students Interested in Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree

All City Colleges students are invited to the City Colleges of Chicago Virtual Transfer Fair Week! Talk to four-year college representatives and get your questions answered. Don’t delay, register today! The time...

In his talk, “Talent Not to Be Missed,” CCC Chancellor, Juan Salgado, explores a...

In his talk, “Talent Not to Be Missed,” City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) Chancellor Juan Salgado explores an often-overlooked path out of poverty: community colleges. Salgado discusses how during the 2008 recession,...

Rahm Emanuel donates $100,000 to a City Colleges of Chicago scholarship he created as...

By Elyssa Cherney | Chicago Tribune, Jan 14, 2021  Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is infusing a scholarship program he created at the City Colleges of Chicago with a $100,000 donation —...

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education Is a Resource for DACA Education Eligibility Requirements

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education program offers free classes that can help eligible participants meet the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program education eligibility requirement. “With the reinstatement of DACA,”...

City Colleges of Chicago Offers Eligible Students Free Training for Careers in High-demand Fields

City Colleges of Chicago is offering tuition-free training in high-demand fields for eligible students through Workforce Equity Initiative grants from the Illinois Community College Board and Illinois Legislative Black Caucus. The grant...

Kennedy-King College Professor Angela Jackson to Serve as Fifth Illinois Poet Laureate

Kennedy-King College professor Angela Jackson has been selected to serve as the fifth Illinois Poet Laureate, a prestigious position selected by a committee of experts and subsequently appointed by the Governor. Professor...

Students Heal, Show Resilience through Art

As the fall semester at City Colleges ended, students, faculty, and staff gathered virtually to view and discuss the “Healing through the Arts” gallery. The brainchild of District Director of Specialized...