Monday, May 16, 2022

City Colleges of Chicago Receives Renewal of Funds to Support Enrollment of African American...

Recently the Board of Trustees of Community College District 508 Cook and State of Illinois passed five resolutions authorizing a renewal of an intergovernmental agreement with Illinois Community College Board to...

26 City Colleges Students Named Semifinalists for Competitive Transfer Scholarship

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently announced the semifinalists under consideration for its highly-competitive Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship—and the list is packed with soon-to-be graduates from City Colleges of Chicago. In total,...

21 Star Scholars Receive New “Star Plus” Award to Transfer to 4-Year Institutions

For seven years, the Star Scholarship has helped Chicago students seamlessly transition from high school to one of our seven City Colleges of Chicago, creating an affordable pathway for students to...

Read City Colleges’ Annual Reflection: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A Message From Chancellor Juan Salgado: Just over one year ago, City Colleges of Chicago released our 2021-2025 Strategic Framework and Plans: a unified framework and seven unique college plans. Together, the...

2021: 1s to Know

Every day, our students break down barriers to achieve their dreams—and the last 360+ days have been no different. In 2021, we witnessed our students' successes, whether they gained skills to...

City Colleges of Chicago Receives Over $6 Million From ICCB to Help Chicagoans Access...

Capping off a year of dedicated fundraising by City Colleges’ faculty and staff to benefit our students and colleges, City Colleges of Chicago was recently awarded over $6 million in grant...
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Supported Instructors, Stronger Students: Study Provides Key Recommendations to Strengthen CCC’s Early College Program

To strengthen supports for our Dual Credit instructors, City Colleges and CPS are already working to implement recommendations outlined in a new report by EdSystems. Chicago high schoolers are used to thinking and talking...
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