City Colleges Students, Faculty and Staff As of today, April 19, all residents of the City of Chicago over the age of 16 are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine! Vaccination is an important means of protection against the COVID-19 virus and is key to allowing us to re-emerge from the pandemic. Below we outline several […]
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Registration is underway for summer and fall courses at City Colleges of Chicago! Why register now? You’ll have the best chance of getting the classes you want at the times you want. You’ll have more time to meet with your advisor and make any adjustments you need to your plans. You can cross registration off […]
Dear City Colleges Community: With the opening of spring registration this week, we wanted to remind everyone that we will continue teaching and learning next semester as we have done this semester. Specifically: Most classes and services will be remote As we have done this fall, this coming spring semester City Colleges will offer more […]
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 […]
Dear City Colleges Community: Ensuring the health and safety of our college community and supporting our students in reaching their academic goals are our top priorities. Over the last several weeks, our colleges and district team have worked to develop re-opening plans found here that will allow City Colleges to offer a limited number of […]
Dear City Colleges Community: To protect the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, we anticipate more than 80 percent of City Colleges classes will be offered remotely or online this fall. This approach aims to care for the well-being of our students, faculty, and staff while helping our students meet their academic […]
Dear City Colleges community, Last week, Mayor Lightfoot, in partnership with the Resurrection Project and the Open Society Foundations, announced the Chicago Resiliency Fund – an up to $5 million cash assistance program to support the more than 300,000 Chicago residents who were excluded from federal stimulus aid in response to COVID-19. Eligible Chicagoans include […]
Dear CCC Community: As students, faculty and staff return to our facilities to complete Spring courses and continue other essential duties, we are introducing a new process to ensure that everyone is taking the necessary health precautions to keep one another safe. These processes go into effect on Monday, June 22nd and apply to those […]
Dear City Colleges community, Due to the COVID-19 situation this spring semester, credit students can choose the “No Credit” option for any of their classes, where a final grade has not been awarded. What does opting in to “No Credit” mean? If you opt-in to take the No Credit option, at the end of the […]
Dear CCC Community: Welcome back from Spring Break! We hope you had a much-needed opportunity to recover from the last few weeks. We want to update you on our timeline for the rest of the semester. Please note that City Colleges facilities remain closed. We will continue with remote instruction in credit classes through the […]