Thursday, December 2, 2021

WBBM News Radio: Chicago Launches Emergency Food Coordination Center For Those In Need Of...

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Mayor Lightfoot announced Friday the official launch of the city’s Emergency Food Coordination Center at Malcolm X College in partnership with The Salvation Army and the Greater...

Chicago Sun-Times: Interested in City Colleges? School offers virtual information sessions next week —...

City Colleges of Chicago is partnering with Chicago Public Schools to offer a week of virtual panels, raffles with prizes and other events to help students better understand their options for...

City Colleges of Chicago Hosts Virtual College Exploration Week in Partnership with CPS and...

Series of Online Experiences Supports Post-Secondary Planning for Chicago Public Schools Students, Parents and Community Members Chicago, IL – While Chicago Public Schools (CPS) high schoolers may be living and learning virtually,...

Registration for Summer and Fall Credit Classes at City Colleges of Chicago Underway, Summer...

Registration for Summer and Fall credit class terms is underway and City Colleges is eager to support students as they continue to pursue their academic goals. This summer, credit classes will...

City Colleges of Chicago Transitions to Remote Learning & Redoubles Efforts to Support Students

Dear City Colleges friends and partners, I hope you are well. While we are sheltered in place and so many things we are accustomed to doing are put on hold, I am...

ABC7 Chicago: Coronavirus Chicago: Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces new remote learning plans at CPS,...

In light of the COVID-19 situation, City Colleges of Chicago has moved from 10 percent of credit classes being fully online to 92 percent available. See more from WLS-TV here.

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...

Kennedy-King College Opens Permanent Food Pantry on Campus in Partnership with Greater Chicago Food...

Englewood campus is the sixth of seven City Colleges adding Healthy Student Markets to support food insecure students  Chicago, IL – In an effort to address food and hunger insecurity on campus,...
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