Thursday, October 22, 2020

City Colleges of Chicago Releases Equity Plans

City Colleges of Chicago has released seven equity plans to turn the tide on disparities in student outcomes. Each of the seven distinct college plans addresses the unique assets and challenges of...

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...

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...

Now Is the Time to Earn a College Credential

City Colleges of Chicago is ready to help Chicagoans bounce back from the coronavirus-induced recession. Watch Chancellor Juan Salgado explain how a college education can prepare you for the post-COVID economy,...

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...

Alert Monday, August 10th: Harold Washington College and District Office Closed Today

Due to activity downtown, Harold Washington College at 30 E. Lake & the CCC district office at 180 N. Wabash will be closed today, Monday, August 10th. Student services continue remotely...

Cities invest in job training programs to aid pandemic recovery

Both San Antonio and Chicago recently unveiled programs meant to incentivize higher education and jobs training for out-of-work citizens A recent AP-NORC poll doesn't bode well for the future employment prospects...

Epoch Times: Chicago Mayor to Wipe Out Debt for Students Who ‘Finish What They...

Thousands of college students in Chicago will get a financial fresh start this fall to help the city recover from the pandemic lockdown that wreaked havoc on the economy. Read more at...

Inside Higher Ed: Chicago Community Colleges to Waive Some Debt

Students who stopped out of City Colleges of Chicago can now get a "fresh start." The community college system is offering to waive outstanding debt for students who stopped out of a...
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