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Online Learning

 
 
 
Online courses provide flexibility and access to City Colleges of Chicago students. Although online courses are offered through Harold Washington College (HWC), students across the district can utilize them as well. Students should contact their College Advisor if they have any questions about enrolling in online classes.                    
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Online classes are offered in a variety of disciplines including courses in business, computer science, economics, English, geography, geology, history, humanities, mathematics, philosophy, political science, psychology, science, and sociology.                     
                     
Online courses have the same prerequisites, academic requirements, credits, and transferability as courses taught in the traditional classroom format. They also have the same rigor and although faculty facilitate learning, students must have excellent time management skills to complete all of the online readings, assignments, and projects. HWC online courses are not self-paced, and students will move through the courses based on a clear syllabus and courses outline.                   
Students will complete course work using the learning management system (Blackboard) and utilize a tool called Blackboard Collaborate to interact with their instructors and other students. Reading required course materials, submitting homework assignments, viewing recorded course sessions, and taking quizzes and exams are also part of online courses. Some courses may have an in-person, required on-site component within the learning objectives. Finally, online courses requires students to take some exams in a proctored setting at one of the City Colleges or an off-site location.              
             
Teaching for Online Learning
    

If you are an instructor interested in teaching an Online Learning course click here for more information.    

Revising/Updating Online Courses    

If you are interested in being apart of an Online Learning course revision team, please contact your Academic Online Coordinator for more details.     

Tuition and Fees
    
Online Learning courses follow the same tuition and fee structure as in-person classes.

Registration

Students can register for online courses at any of the seven City Colleges of Chicago. New students must apply for admission and register for classes in person at the college of your choice. Online Learning highly recommends all students take the Online Learning Readiness
Quiz before registering for courses.


Residency Requirement

Students enrolled in online courses must be verified residents of Illinois prior to the first day of the semester or risk being dropped from their online courses.  City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is only authorized to offer online courses in the state of Illinois.  Therefore, if students change their residency from Illinois to another state while enrolled in CCC online courses, the change of residency may impact the availability of financial aid funds to the student.  Click here for more information on residency verification.​    

    
Course Information     
  • Minimum System Requirements
  • Students should purchase course materials prior to the first day of the term             
  • Students can login to http://ccc.blackboard.com on the first day of the term to review the course syllabus and other information             

​Exams


Some Online Learning courses require one or more proctored examinations. You can determine whether a course you are interested in requires a proctored examination by looking at the course notes when registering for your classes.

Students can schedule proctored exams at any City Colleges of Chicago Testing Center or at an offsite testing location.

Online Learning Student Services    

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Additional Contacts   

        

Lynn Mackey   
Assoc.   
 Dean of Instruction   
Asif Wilson   
Assoc.  
    Dean of Instruction   ​   
Vincent Wiggins   
Dean of Instruction  
  
  
Meghan Chandler​  
Executive Director​  
lmackey10@ccc.edu awilson243@ccc.edu vwiggins1@ccc.edu mchandler10@ccc.edu

       

      Click here​ for a list of Academic Online Coordinator          
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