Your health and safety are our top priorities. This situation is fluid, and we are working in lock step with the City of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) to develop plans for multiple response scenarios related to coronavirus. Thank you for your flexibility and cooperation during this time.

  • Monday, March 23 - Monday, April 20

    Classes resume with most to be offered remotely.

    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.  For classes on pause, an instructor will reach out to you with more information.

    Adult education classes (GED, ESL, adult basic education) are on pause, per the Illinois Community College Board, and will resume as distance learning the week of April 13th.

    Most student services will be available remotely online, with more information to come.

  • April 6 – April 12

    Spring Break

    Spring Break will be held as originally scheduled.

    April 6 – April 12

  • April 13 (Week of)

    Adult Education Classes Resume Via Distance Learning

    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.

    Distance-learning classes means that students do not come to the college campus.  Instead of coming to the college campus, students are able to continue with their class by connecting with their instructor through online learning systems (Brightspace and Zoom), email, and phone calls.

    If an Adult Education student needs support accessing a laptop (Chromebook), City Colleges of Chicago will loan this technology to Adult Education students so they can participate in their Adult Education classes from their homes.  Please click on the link below as soon as possible to request any needed equipment: https://apps.ccc.edu/LoanerLaptop/login

    Las clases de educación de adultos de los Colegios Comunitarios de Chicago que fueron pausadas debido al COVID-19 se reiniciarán el lunes 13 de abril como clases de aprendizaje a distancia

    Con las clases de aprendizaje a distancia los estudiantes no tienen que asistir a las instalaciones físicas del college o institución al que pertenecen. Los estudiantes pueden continuar con su clases conectándose con su instructor a través de sistemas de aprendizaje en línea (por medio de las plataformas de Brightspace y Zoom), correo electrónico y llamadas telefónicas.

    APOYO TECNOLÓGICO

    Si un estudiante de Educación de Adultos necesita ayuda para acceder a una computadora portátil (Chromebook), Los Colegios Comunitarios de Chicago tienen un servicio de préstamo de equipos para  los estudiantes que necesiten acceder a las clases virtuales desde sus hogares. Haga clic en el siguiente enlace lo antes posible para solicitar cualquier equipo que sea necesario:

    https://apps.ccc.edu/LoanerLaptop/espanol/login

  • List of Classes on Pause

    The list of credit classes on pause is found here. An instructor will be in touch with students in these classes on next steps.

    Adult education classes (GED, ESL, adult basic education) classes are on pause, and will resume as distance learning April 13th.

    List of Classes on Pause

Frequently Asked Questions


COVID-19 can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. The virus appears to be transmitted through person-to-person contact and health authorities expect more cases may occur in Chicago and the United States. Practicing basic hygiene such as washing your hands regularly with soap is the best way to stop the transmission of the virus.

Practice good hygiene.

  • Washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds is best.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands.
  • Practice social distancing whenever possible.
If you have concerns about your health, please contact your personal health care provider, email the City of Chicago’s coronavirus hotline coronavirus@chicago.gov or call the hotline at 312-746-4835.
Our janitorial staff is focused throughout each day on regularly cleaning of:
  • Surfaces in cafeterias/lunch rooms, washrooms and high touch areas
  • Common area surfaces, such as door handles, elevator call buttons, conference room tables, chairs in the lobbies, and other common area surfaces
This cleaning regimen will continue to be emphasized as part of our ongoing response to this public health concern.  Please wash your hands frequently and utilize the hand sanitizer dispensers that are placed throughout all of the colleges.
If you have traveled to a location with widespread community transmission of COVID-19, you should stay home for 14 days after your return date.
If you are planning to travel for personal purposes, it is strongly recommended that you refer to the CDC’s travel information and risk assessments. We urge caution and the exercise of personal judgment.

City Colleges of Chicago

COVID-19 News and Updates

Remote/Online Credit Classes Begin this Week — the week of March 23rd

Dear Students, As challenging as this week has been, we have witnessed tremendous resilience and dedication by you and all your fellow students. City Colleges faculty and staff have been working over the past week to be ready to resume courses this Monday, March 23. All credit courses except those listed here will resume with […]

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 […]

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 […]

Technology supports for students

Dear students, As you know, City Colleges is planning a move to remote learning in response to the coronavirus situation. In the meantime, below are some resources to help minimize the disruption to your education. You can also see these tools on our updated website: www.ccc.edu/coronavirus. Technology needs survey – It is essential that you […]

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 […]

COVID-19 Resources

For the most reliable information, please visit www.chicago.gov/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the CDPH Coronavirus hotline at 312-746-4835 or email coronavirus@chicago.gov.

Please continue to send questions to covid19@ccc.edu to inform our planning and communications.