Saturday, July 2, 2022

New Scholarship Designed to Help Chicago Students ACE Their Futures

2020 was an unparalleled year that undoubtedly forced some Chicago high school graduates to push pause on their studies or rethink their next steps. However, a new scholarship program supported by...

City Colleges Spring Break Takes Place from March 29-April 4

Next week is Spring Break at City Colleges, which means no classes will take place Monday, March 29 – Sunday, April 4. Additionally, the colleges, live chat, and Call Center will...

Forbes reports Kennedy-King College ranks as one of the top community colleges in the...

CHICAGO — As reported by Forbes Magazine this week, Kennedy-King College is considered one of the top 10 community colleges in the country, and serves the largest predominantly Black student body...

From π to Pie, 3.14 is the Magic Number at City Colleges

If you consider yourself a math person – or you simply have a sweet tooth – an important holiday has finally arrived. Celebrated annually on March 14th, Pi Day is both a...

City Colleges Students #ChoosetoChallenge Gender Biases This International Women’s Day

Now in her second semester at Wright College, Suzette Alvarado has yet to meet her classmates in-person. However, that hasn’t stopped the first-year political science student from finding a welcoming community...

CCC’s Cybersecurity Team Rank in Top 11 % in Their First Cybersecurity Competition Outing

Cybersecurity Course in City College's of Chicago (CCC) Continuing Education Program Provides Platform for Students to Compete in National Cyber League’s Capture the Flag Event As the pandemic was unfolding, planning for...

21 City Colleges Students Selected as Semifinalists for Prestigious Scholarship Award

Today, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced the list of semifinalists under consideration for this year’s Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, including 21 students from City Colleges of Chicago! The 21 CCC students...

Apprenticeships are the catalyst for opportunity

From apprenticeships to pathways for specialized career certificates, "earn and learn" partnerships are proliferating. Obtaining a four-year college degree is not essential for all students. In Illinois, 52 percent of jobs require...
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