Friday, August 12, 2022

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,...

New Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center Opens at Daley College

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and City Colleges’ Chancellor Juan Salgado today joined the Daley family, state and local officials and community members to open the Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center (MTEC) at...

City Colleges of Chicago Partners with Facebook to Offer Digital Marketing Certificate to Meet...

In an ongoing effort to ensure Chicagoans have access to innovative and in-demand learning opportunities, Harold Washington College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, has partnered with Facebook to create...

Southern Illinois University Carbondale to Offer Bachelor’s Degrees from Daley College’s New Manufacturing Technology...

City Colleges of Chicago and Southern Illinois University Carbondale today announced that starting this fall, students who graduate from Daley College or have otherwise earned an associate degree can stay at...

City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates Class of 2019 at Commencement Ceremony

City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Juan Salgado today offered congratulations and encouragement to the graduates gathered with family and friends to celebrate their commencement at Wintrust Arena. This year, more than 4,000...

Mayor Emanuel, Governor Pritzker and City Colleges Open Olive-Harvey College’s Transportation, Distribution and Logistics...

Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Juan Salgado today opened Olive-Harvey College’s 103,000 square foot Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (TDL) Center. The first-of-its-kind facility...

Chicago Sun-Times: A New Summer Program Pays Students to Improve Math, Science Skills

A new summer program offered by Wright College will pay students to improve their math and science skills with hopes of bolstering the number of African-Americans, Hispanics and women in engineering...