Entries by City Colleges of Chicago

IMPORTANT: Summary of City Colleges Class & Operational Status

Students, Faculty and Staff: To ensure there is no confusion, we would like to reiterate the following: 1. No classes will be held in-person through April 20th. No student services will be offered in-person through April 20th. With the exception of classes on pause, which can be found here, classes will be delivered remotely online. […]

Protect your work and personal assets from hackers

Dear CCC Community: Global events such as COVID-19 make all of us attractive targets for cybercriminals. Cyber actors may send emails with malicious attachments or links to fraudulent websites to trick victims into revealing sensitive information or donating to fraudulent charities or causes. There has been a significant increase in phishing emails and new scams […]

Moving to Remote Learning Next Week: An Update from Chancellor Salgado & Provost Potter

Dear CCC Community: We are working to move to remote learning next week. Starting March 23rd, all credit classes, with the exception of lab and applied learning courses, will move to remote learning and will remain on remote delivery for the rest of the semester. Lab and applied learning classes will be delivered remotely for […]

City Colleges to Close Child Development Lab Centers Starting Wednesday, March 18th

Effective Wednesday, March 18th until further notice, City Colleges of Chicago’s child development labs (childcare centers) will be closed. This includes child development lab centers located at: Truman College, Olive-Harvey College, Malcolm X College, Richard J. Daley College, Kennedy-King College. Thank you, City Colleges of Chicago

Reminder: All classes are cancelled for this week, except fully online courses; and further details…

Dear City Colleges students, faculty and staff, Please remember there will be no City Colleges classes this week, except for fully online courses. If your class is already fully online, it will continue this week as usual. All advising or testing appointments scheduled for Monday, March 16th should still take place. Students who do not […]