Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Photo Gallery: Community Partners Meet to Strengthen City Colleges’ Adult Education Program

Strong partnerships are essential to the success of City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education Department. On August 10, 2022, community partners from across the city joined the Adult Education team for an...

City Colleges Welcomes Internationally-Focused Organizations to Daley College

When it comes to innovative, equity-based programming, City Colleges of Chicago is capturing international attention. On Friday, August 5, 2022, representatives from the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and the United...

Daley College’s Accreditation Renewed for 10 Years

Richard J. Daley College’s accreditation was recently renewed for 10 years by the Higher Learning Commission, which accredits colleges and universities in Illinois and 18 other states. Accreditation is a recognition of the...

Staff Perspective: First Year Experience at Olive-Harvey College Offers Students Support and a Sense...

When I was a young undergraduate student, I didn’t feel like I belonged at a higher education institution. That’s why, in my role as the inaugural Director of First Year Experience...

Olive-Harvey Will Lead Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Workforce Development in Chicago With the Support...

Olive-Harvey College is at the forefront of shaping the future of Chicago’s transportation, distribution, and logistics (TDL) sector—and with the support of a grant awarded this week through the Good Jobs...

City Colleges of Chicago to Host Be Well Chicago Fest at Kennedy-King College on...

In Order to Best Support Its Students and all Chicagoans, City Colleges of Chicago to Host Be Well Chicago Fest at Kennedy-King College on August 20  This event is open to the...

City Colleges Recognized by the EPA for Sustainability Efforts

As City Colleges helps our students prepare for the long term, we’re focused on implementing a sustainable vision for our colleges, too. Sustainability is critical to both our academic programming and...

An Inclusive Approach: City Colleges Strengthens Resources for Undocumented Students

“To my fellow DREAMers, don’t be afraid to view your undocumented status as a positive,” said Florencia Laino, a recent graduate of Wright College, at a press conference at Harold Washington...

City Colleges of Chicago Announces Enhanced Resources and New Student Liaisons, more, all in...

City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) in partnership with the Illinois Dream Fund and University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) are pleased to announce enhanced resources available for undocumented students as well...