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Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago release their first joint Chicago Roadmap...

A new transitional English course, more post-secondary navigators guiding students to enroll in college, and new career-oriented pathways are just some of the equity-focused outcomes from the first year of the...

Sprinting Towards Success: Complete a Full-Semester Class in Less Than One Month This Winter

Whether you’re already a City Colleges student, currently enrolled at another college, or thinking about starting your college journey, from December 20th to January 14th, you can save time and money...

For Chicago companies looking to diversify, stop overlooking City Colleges students

The following Op Ed is reprinted from Crain's Chicago found here.  A graduate of the city’s community colleges system offers herself as proof that its students are well-prepared to become future business...

HWC President To Be Inducted Into ISU College of Education’s Hall of Fame

Like so many college alumni, Harold Washington College President Daniel López, Jr., Ph.D. looks forward to returning to his alma mater next month for Illinois State University’s Homecoming celebration. But beyond...

Watch: Wright College Hosts CCC’s First-Ever TEDx Event, Highlighting the Impressive Journeys of Two...

On Friday, September 10th, Wright College, City Colleges’ Center of Excellence for Engineering and Computer Science, hosted our system’s first-ever TEDx Talk – a one-of-a-kind event focused on engineering for personal...

Rep. Newman Announces $1 Million in Federal Funding to Support Computer Science Pathways for...

Recently, U.S. Representative Marie Newman announced $999,400 in federal funding has been awarded to support computer science pathways for high school students at Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Awarded by the National...

Two City Colleges Alums Featured in Latest Episode of PBS’ ‘Future of Work’ Series

Tiffany Spraggins was tired of working lower-wage jobs with no opportunity for growth – but that all changed when she went back to college at Wilbur Wright and learned about an...

“A Spot for Everyone”: Wright Alumna Hopes to Promote Equity in Engineering and Computer...

Alexandra Medina is determined to prove that “engineering has a spot for everyone,” – and soon, she’ll take center stage to deliver that message. On September 10th, Alexandra, who earned her associate degree in science...
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