Sunday, May 22, 2022

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...

From Higher Ed to Hired, City Colleges Students Invited to Register for Free, Five-Week...

At City Colleges of Chicago, we’re committed to supporting our city’s residents in advancing both their education and their job prospects. This August, alongside our partners at the City of Chicago,...

FY2021 City Colleges Proposed Budget

Dear City Colleges Community: Our proposed FY21 budget reflects a year ahead impacted by COVID-19, and prioritizes our commitment to offering Chicagoans a quality, affordable education in a healthy and safe environment. The...

City Colleges of Chicago and Mid-America Carpenters Regional Council Join Forces to Provide Students...

Carpenters can use their work experience and apply it to a degree at Kennedy-King College City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is proud to announce the signing of an Articulation of Prior...

Free Vaccination Opportunities for Students, Faculty, Staff at City Colleges of Chicago

Vaccination is an important means of protection against the COVID-19 virus and is key to allowing us to re-emerge from the pandemic. To that end, City Colleges of Chicago continues to...

Read City Colleges’ Annual Reflection: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A Message From Chancellor Juan Salgado: Just over one year ago, City Colleges of Chicago released our 2021-2025 Strategic Framework and Plans: a unified framework and seven unique college plans. Together, the...

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...

City Colleges of Chicago Offers Free Intro to Tech Courses, Helping Chicagoans Upskill Completely...

These free courses include introductions to cybersecurity, social networking, Python programming, entrepreneurship and more; deadline to register is May 9th Registration is now open for free continuing education classes through City Colleges...

City Colleges of Chicago Receives $5.5M in Workforce Equity Grant Funding to Prepare Students...

City Colleges of Chicago was awarded $5.5 million in grants from the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) as part of ICCB’s Workforce Equity Initiative (WEI), which focuses on improving workforce equity...
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