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Admissions

Linda Huertas

Associate Dean of Student Services
 

At Wright College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC), we are committed to providing students with a broad range of educational opportunities and services to help them achieve their education and career goals. We serve a highly diverse student population, including full-time, part-time, transfer, disabled, under-represented, military veteran, and international students.       

Wilbur Wright College is regionally accredited by:
The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500 Chicago, IL 60604-1413
Phone: (800) 621-7440 / (312) 263-0456
                            

CCC is an open enrollment institution and students are accepted year-round.                 

KEY APPLICATION DATES & DEADLINES     

City Colleges of Chicago is now accepting applications for the Fall 2016 term.  Please be advised that August 14th is the recommended deadline to submit your application for the 16 week session and September 11th is the recommended deadline to submit your application for the 12 week session. Please visit the Admissions Office at the college of your choice or call 773-COLLEGE for more information.    

                     

TAKING CLASSES FOR CREDIT 
ccc.edu/credit​   

Do you want to:                    

  • Earn a degree or certificate from Wright College/City Colleges?
  • Transfer to a four-year college or university for a bachelor's degree?
  • Register for Early College classes?

Successfully completing college classes for credit will help you earn an associate degree and/or a basic or advanced certificate. A degree or certificate may help you increase your skills and job opportunities. In many cases, credit classes from City Colleges of Chicago may also be transferred to a four-year college or university, saving you thousands of dollars toward earning your bachelor's degree.  Even if you plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor's degree, you may still be considered a "degree-seeking student" at City Colleges and earn an associate degree or certificate here before you transfer!

HAVE YOU APPLIED TO WRIGHT COLLEGE/CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO?
   

IF YOU HAVE NOT APPLIED:                    

Please visit my.ccc.edu or visit this link to apply to Wright College: Apply to Wright College.                    

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY APPLIED:                    

  1. Please check the email that you provided when you applied. We will let you know if any documents or information are needed to process your application.
  2. Visit the Student Portal at my.ccc.edu for more information and next steps. If you have your Initial Password, you may set up your User Name to enter the online portal. The Initial Password was sent to the e-mal address you used to apply.
  3. Download and print the Student Success Worksheet . This worksheet will help you prepare for college and plan your first semester.

   
TRANSCRIPT CREDIT PROCEDURES  

Students submitting transcripts from colleges or universities can submit official transcripts to the appropriate Registrar’s Office where the student intends to register and/or request a transcript evaluation to receive transfer credit. Please note, official transcripts are required to receive transfer credit. Students transferring credit to City Colleges of Chicago are required to submit official college transcripts reflecting all college credits earned at other regionally accredited institutions previously attended.  

Note: unofficial transcripts may be submitted to complete the admission process, but they will not be evaluated for transfer credits and official transcripts will still be required for future enrollment and transfer credit evaluation.   

                      

EARLY COLLEGE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS                              

ccc.edu/earlycollege

City Colleges of Chicago offers free college-level classes to high school students through our Dual Enrollment and Dual Credit* programs. These programs help students reduce the amount of time and money needed to complete two- and four-year degrees. To start, fill out an online application​ for admissions. Next, download the Early College Registration checklist [PDF] and follow the steps to complete the registration process.​

*Students interested in the Dual Credit program should speak with their high school representative to learn more.
 

ADULT EDUCATION                    

Do you want to:                    
  • Earn your GED certificate?                    
  • Study English as a Second Language (ESL)?                    
  • Take Adult Basic Education classes (ABE)?                    
  • Prepare for U.S. citizenship?                    
City Colleges of Chicago offers tuition free GED, English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education (ABE), and U.S. Citizenship preparation classes. To register, visit the Adult Education Department​ at the college of your choice or call 773-COLLEGE. For a complete overview of the Adult Education registration process, download our Adult Education Registration checklist​ [PDF].​​​​  
   
GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WRIGHT COLLEGE!                    
 
• Take a Campus Tour    
– RSVP: www.wrightcampustour.eventbrite.com
• LIKE Wright College on Facebook: www.facebook.com/wilburwrightcollege
• Subscribe to Wright College News online: www.ccc.edu/wrightnews   
• Review the Student Resources Guide and discover the many resources and support services available to you as a Wright College student, including tutoring, career services, and more! (http://www.ccc.edu/menu/Pages/Student-Resources-Quick-Guide.aspx)                    
                                       

WHY CITY COLLEGES IS A GREAT CHOICE                    

Throughout our 100-year history, City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) has provided pathways to success for more than 1 million alumni.                     

  

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Phone: 
(773) 481-8450
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4300 North Narragansett Avenue
Learning Resource Center, Room L-131
Chicago, IL 60634
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Hours

Monday – Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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​Other Resources                       

Disability Access Center                                            

Veterans Services                    

Credit for Carpenters                 

Understanding Satisfactory Academic Progress(SAP)                                                           

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