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City Colleges of Chicago has released seven equity plans to turn the tide on disparities in student outcomes. Each of the seven distinct college plans addresses the unique assets and challenges of its campus community and forms a collective vision for equity and excellence at City Colleges. As Chancellor Salgado said, “by working to close […]
Yesenia Licona, a graduate of Richard J. Daley College, is using her artistic talent to spread news about the importance of completing the Census. She realized that her artistic skills, which she credits her mother for, could be used to encourage young people to participate in this important, nationwide survey. “I thought about the iconic […]
The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff are our top priorities. The City Colleges Reopening plan has been reviewed by experts from the Chicago Department of Public Health, and follows the standards and recommendations of the Illinois and Chicago Departments of Public Health, the Illinois Board of Higher Education, the Illinois Community […]
City Colleges of Chicago is ready to help Chicagoans bounce back from the coronavirus-induced recession. Watch Chancellor Juan Salgado explain how a college education can prepare you for the post-COVID economy, and apply today at ccc.edu/apply. Registration for 16-week classes ends August 20. We look forward to seeing you in class, whether virtually or on […]
Update on Fall Plans
August 11, 2020
Dear City Colleges Community: We are committed to both serving our student population and maintaining the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. With that in mind, we want to share more about our approach to fall classes and services. CCC welcomes all students for the fall term and in order to best […]
            
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Student Success Stories[View All]
Umara Zetino
Wright College
Umara Zetino’s advice to anyone who has been out of the classroom for a while is pretty straightforward: “It doesn’t matter what age you are, as long as you have the will and the drive. If you want to earn your degree, you can do it.” And she should know. After leaving high school at...
Sareena Volkman
Wright College
Sareena Volkman is already using her education to try and create positive change in the world around her. A graduate of Taft High School, Sareena attended Wright College as a Star Scholar and graduated debt free in the spring of 2019. But her time at Wright College started her on a path to political activism...
Adam Neidlinger
Wright College
Adam Neidlinger, who studied linguistics, Spanish, French and Portuguese after he graduated high school in 2001, has focused on learning a new language at Wright College – coding. After years of working in retail using the knowledge in interior design he learned at the Art Institute of Indianapolis, Adam was looking for something that would...
Dallas Brodersen
Wright College
When Dallas Brodersen graduated from Jones College Prep in 2018, she wasn’t sure what she wanted to study, but she did know that she was heading to Wright College. Not only was her brother already studying there, but she qualified for the Star Scholarship, which paid for her tuition and books while she earned her...
            
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