Thursday, August 11, 2022

WBBM NewsRadio: At Issue: An Interview with Juan Salgado, City Colleges of Chicago

When the 7 campuses of the City Colleges of Chicago begin the Fall term, they may have a different way of doing things because of the Coronavirus pandemic. City Colleges Chancellor...

NPR Illinois: Higher Ed Planning How To Best Open Campuses In Fall

Colleges and universities in Illinois want their campuses to be open to students in the fall, after classes were forced online in March due to COVID-19. A state panel is going...

Green Opportunities Grow for Students at City College of Chicago This Summer

This summer, Chicagoans interested in careers in environmental management, renewable energy, or green technology can get a solid foundation in a renewable energy class offered virtually through Wright College. Thanks to...

Student-Athlete Chosen as Kennedy-King College’s Valedictorian

Lauren Richards of Statesmen’s women’s basketball team graduating with Associate in Arts degree and 4.00 GPA. CHICAGO – Lauren Richards (Vernon Hills H.S.), a member of the Kennedy-King College women’s basketball team...

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...

Wright College Student Dallas Brodersen Commits to Princeton University

Dallas Brodersen, Star Scholar at Wright College, has been accepted to Princeton University. One of only 13 transfer students accepted to Princeton for the fall of 2020, Dallas will feel right...

WBBM: City Colleges Of Chicago To Award Students $12.7M In CARES Act Emergency Funds

Some Chicago college students are getting a helping hand during the COVID-19 pandemic. City Colleges of Chicago said they are working to award eligible students $12.7 million in federal CARES Act funds. Read...

Chicago Sun-Times: City Colleges receives $12.7 million in federal stimulus funds to distribute to...

City Colleges of Chicago has received $12.7 million in federal stimulus money that will be distributed to struggling students. The money isn’t required to go toward tuition but can be spent on...

Criminal Justice Faculty Get Creative with Guest Speaker During Pandemic

When City Colleges classes moved online in March, Wright College faculty member David Franco decided to keep his guest speaker on the calendar and invite the Honorable Judge Blanche Fawell, formerly...

Daley College Faculty and Staff Put Advanced Manufacturing Equipment to Good Use Making Face...

With the state-of-the art MTEC (Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center) at Daley College closed to students for the semester, faculty decided to get creative – and help out during the COVID19...