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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...

Career and Technical Education: Programs to Advance Your Career at Every Stage

Ready to advance your career? Programs at City Colleges don’t just help students transfer to four-year colleges and universities, they also prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need...

Chicago Sun-Times: Debt forgiveness plan launched for more than 21,000 former City Colleges students

“Fresh Start” is a four-year program to help former City Colleges students who left in good academic standing to return, finish their degree and leave debt-free. More than 21,000 City Colleges students...

City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates the Class of 2021 with Virtual Graduation Ceremony

City Colleges celebrates the accomplishments of this year’s associate degree earners at the 2021 City Colleges of Chicago Virtual Commencement Ceremony starting Sunday, May 23rd at 1 p.m. at www.ccc.edu/graduation. How to...

Harold Washington College Recognized for its Commitment to Military-Affiliated Students

Harold Washington College is proud to serve those who served. The college was recently named a 2022 Military Times “Best for Vets” college for its commitment to military-affiliated student success. The college...

26 City Colleges Students Named Semifinalists for Competitive Transfer Scholarship

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently announced the semifinalists under consideration for its highly-competitive Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship—and the list is packed with soon-to-be graduates from City Colleges of Chicago. In total,...

WBBM NewsRadio: At Issue: An Interview with Juan Salgado, City Colleges of Chicago

When the 7 campuses of the City Colleges of Chicago begin the Fall term, they may have a different way of doing things because of the Coronavirus pandemic. City Colleges Chancellor...