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Wright’s Engineering Students Are Focused on Building a Sustainable Future

A new celebration has hit the world stage in recent years, with the goal of bringing awareness to a profession that’s been around for ages. However, World Engineering Day for Sustainable...

21 City Colleges Students Selected as Semifinalists for Prestigious Scholarship Award

Today, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced the list of semifinalists under consideration for this year’s Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, including 21 students from City Colleges of Chicago! The 21 CCC students...

Career and Technical Education: Programs to Advance Your Career at Every Stage

Ready to advance your career? Programs at City Colleges don’t just help students transfer to four-year colleges and universities, they also prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need...

Black History Month: Ask the Experts

Black History Month is a time to celebrate, to honor, and importantly, to learn. To help expand our knowledge about Black history this February, we turned to three experts in the field...
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Olive-Harvey College Offers Training in Aviation Tech, Starts March 15!

CHICAGO — Olive-Harvey College’s Aviation Sheet Metal Tech Training begins March 15. Through its partnership with AAR, a global provider of aviation services, this course at City Colleges of Chicago (CCC)...

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education Is a Resource for DACA Education Eligibility Requirements

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education program offers free classes that can help eligible participants meet the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program education eligibility requirement. “With the reinstatement of DACA,”...

City Colleges of Chicago Offers Eligible Students Free Training for Careers in High-demand Fields

City Colleges of Chicago is offering tuition-free training in high-demand fields for eligible students through Workforce Equity Initiative grants from the Illinois Community College Board and Illinois Legislative Black Caucus. The grant...

WBEZ: City Colleges Offers ‘Fresh Start’ Student Debt Forgiveness Amid Pandemic

Students at the community college system with outstanding debt who dropped out over the past decade can get that debt waived and re-enroll. City Colleges of Chicago is trying to entice students...

Chicago Tribune: Chicago’s City Colleges will wipe out debt of former students who return,...

Aiming to boost Chicago's post-COVID-19 economic recovery, Mayor Lori Lightfoot launched a new initiative that will allow thousands of former City Colleges students to return to school, complete their degrees and...

Mayor Lightfoot and City Colleges of Chicago Launch Fresh Start: A Debt-Forgiveness Program Welcoming...

More than 21,000 Former Students with a Total of $17.7 Million in Debt Offered Path to Re-Enroll & Erase Debt Chicago, IL – To give thousands of Chicagoans the chance to return...
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