Saturday, July 2, 2022

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...

City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates 50 Years of Gender Equity Through Title IX

Diane Bailey is the Title IX District Director at City Colleges of Chicago. She works to ensure Title IX compliance in the City Colleges office of Equal Employment Opportunity/Title IX. Bailey...

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...

Connecting Veterans With High-Demand Careers: Program at Kennedy-King College’s Dawson Tech Gives Former Service...

“It’s relieving to understand I will have a job at the end of this," said Steven Richardson, a student veteran. Over the last 10 years, hundreds of veterans have walked through the...

City Colleges Boasts Six Recipients of the Prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Transfer Scholarship

City Colleges of Chicago is pleased to announce that six of the nine Illinois recipients of the Jack Kent Cooke Transfer Scholarship are from City Colleges of Chicago -- the most...
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Art as Expression: Non-Arts Students Exhibit Their Original Photographs at Daley College

They say a picture is worth a thousand words—and on Wednesday, December 1st, students at Daley College had the chance to put their words on display. Participating in the “I Am the...
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From the Studio to the Street: Truman Student Artists to Showcase Paintings and Photographs...

Truman College students are getting ready to bring their art out of the studio and into the streets of Uptown. As part of Uptown Art Week, on August 8th, several students...
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