Sunday, April 18, 2021

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.

Malcolm X Women’s Basketball Team Wins Region IV Division 1 Tournament

The Malcolm X women’s basketball team defeated Sauk Valley Community College 70-60 in the Region IV Division 1 Tournament finals tonight in Joliet. With the win, the Hawks advance to the...

ISTC Catalyst Conversations: Opening Pathways to Engineering and Computer Science

In this Catalyst Conversations, we sit down with Doris Espiritu, Executive Director of Engineering and Professor of Chemistry at City Colleges of Chicago-Wilbur Wright College, to talk about the success of...

New President Appointed at Harold Washington College

Chicago, IL – The City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) Board of Trustees voted December 5th to approve the appointment of Dr. Daniel López, Jr. as president of Harold Washington College (HWC). Dr. López...

Hope Meets Workforce Needs at Daley College’s MTEC

Machining programs at community colleges can bring to mind images of old, tired equipment, housed in even older, drab facilities. That was the case at Richard J. Daley College, one of...

Three Former Richard J. Daley College Men’s Basketball Players Competing at Four-Year Colleges

Three sophomores of the 2018-19 Richard J. Daley College men’s basketball team – Shamond Garrett (Robeson H.S.), Levis Jackson (Irvington Prep/Indianapolis, Ind.) and Nathan Townsen Jr. (Bogan H.S.) – transferred to four-year colleges in August and...

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...

New Engineering Program Offers City Colleges of Chicago Students Guaranteed Admission, $25,000 Scholarship to...

Illinois Institute of Technology and Wilbur Wright College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, have partnered to create a new guaranteed admission program that ensures that Wright College students can...

To Support Inaugural class of Diesel Program, Navistar Donates Equipment and Vehicles to City...

Executives with Navistar and City Colleges of Chicago are celebrating the opening of the Diesel Technology Program at the brand-new Transportation, Distribution and Logistics (TDL) Center at Olive-Harvey College, which will...
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