Monday, January 25, 2021

City Colleges Veterans Administrator Helps in the U.S. Fight Against COVID, Brings Learnings Home...

Donell Barnett, District Director of Specialized Student Services at City Colleges of Chicago, has a longstanding association with the U.S. Army. Before joining City Colleges, Barnett spent 11 years in the...

City Colleges of Chicago Invites Students to Enroll in Spring Classes

With a new year just around the corner, it’s time to leave 2020 behind and make a new start. City Colleges provides a quality, affordable education that helps prepare you for...

Malcolm X College Introduces New Mammography Certification

As the need for mammography screenings remains essential for women as they age, Malcolm X College has introduced a certificate that will provide licensed radiologic technologists with training that will enable...

City Colleges Urges Students to Fill Out FAFSA Now for the 2021-22 School Year...

Last week, City Colleges held a series of financial aid workshops to kick off the release of next year's FAFSA. Students and parents were able to get their questions answered about...

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...
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