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每周提供疫苗接种或检测证明 

每周提供疫苗接种或检测证明 根据伊利诺伊州的规定,所有在校园内工作或学习的教职员工和学生必须出示充分接种疫苗的证明,或者必须每周进行一次检测。违反此规定将受到处罚,包括员工停职和解雇,以及学生停课。请将你的疫苗接种卡照片上传到my.ccc.edu 的学生或员工门户网站。 新检测提供商 截至 2021 年 10 月 4 日星期一,NorthShore Clinical Labs将提供城市学院的 COVID 检测。首次预约之前,你需要使用此处的链接进行预注册。    请使用下表右侧的链接预约每周检测。 学院 接种地点 接种时间  注册链接  Daley 大厅和 LL一楼 星期一上午 9 时至下午 5 时 星期二下午 12 时至下午 8 时 星期三下午 12 时至下午 8 时 星期四上午 9 时至下午 5 时 https://bit.ly/COVIDTESTING-Daley Kennedy-King W-278 https://bit.ly/COVIDTESTING-KennedyKing Harold Washington 102 室  https://bit.ly/COVIDTESTING-HaroldWashtington Malcolm X […]

Phase 5 at City Colleges of Chicago

The State of Illinois and the City of Chicago entered phase 5 of COVID-19 reopening on Friday, June 11. In phase 5, the State and City have moved into a phase with all sectors of the economy reopened. City Colleges continues to follow the guidance of the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH). Accordingly, as of June 16, 2021, there will […]

Week of April 13: Spring 2020 Adult Education classes resume as distance-learning; Semana del 13 de abril: las clases de educación de adultos del semestre de primavera del 2020 serán reanudadas de manera virtual

Dear Adult Education students, City Colleges of Chicago Adult Education classes that were paused due to COVID-19 will restart on the week of Monday, April 13 as distance-learning classes.  Week of April 13:  Spring 2020 Adult Education classes resume as distance-learning Distance-learning classes means that students do not come to the college campus.  Instead of […]

Cases of COVID-19/Casos de COVID-19

Dear City Colleges Community: We write to let you know that City Colleges has been notified of our first cases of COVID-19, self-reported by two members of the Malcolm X College community and one member of the Wright College community. Our records indicate that these individuals last visited Malcolm X College on Wednesday, March 11th […]

Guidance on COVID-19 Executive Order No. 8

Dear CCC Community: City Colleges continues to move to remote learning, and that move is consistent with the state’s new executive order found here. As you know, we are working quickly to transition to remote learning, and we will continue to work to decrease the number of essential workers needed to make this transition. All City […]