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Academic Advising & Support
Academic Advisors are available to assist you at every stage of your education at the City Colleges of Chicago, from setting up an initial academic plan through applying for graduation.
The office of Academic Affairs assures academic integrity for the City Colleges of Chicago in its mission to be a model accredited institution, a destination for accessible higher education, and an economic engine for the City of Chicago.
The Accounts Payable Department provides payment services to vendors, faculty, staff and students while controlling all disbursements, other than payroll, made from District funds.
Welcome to City Colleges of Chicago. Your educational journey begins here.
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
For students who have tested at the 1st through 8th grade levels, the Adult Basic Education (ABE) courses are a great way to improve basic skills.
Adult Education is a comprehensive program of free classes for adult students who need to learn English or improve their basic literacy skills, obtain a GED® certificate, or prepare for the Citizenship exam.
Alternative High Schools (16 to 21 years old)
Did you drop out of high school? Are you 16 to under 21 years of age? You can earn a high school diploma at the City Colleges of Chicago! Apply at Olive-Harvey Middle College, Truman Middle College, or one of the alternative high schools listed below.
The Alumni Association provides opportunities for alumni to connect with City Colleges and each other.
Athletics play an important role in student life at the City Colleges of Chicago. Many of our athletes have transferred their talents onto four-year college and university teams.
Oversees the day-to-day operations related to Campus Building Management and Operations in an effort to provide an efficient, safe and well-maintained environment for students, faculty, staff and the general public.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is the governing body of City Colleges of Chicago District No. 508. City Colleges of Chicago currently operates seven accredited colleges located throughout Chicago.
Budget and Planning
The Department of Budget and Planning provides the City Colleges of Chicago with policy recommendations and budgetary analysis for the district.
Capital Planning and Construction
Capital Planning & Construction conducts the annual facility assessments, develops the District-wide Capital Plan and coordinates and executes major construction and renovation projects on the college campuses.
City Colleges' Career Programs serve the community by offering training that prepares students for employment and four-year college and universities.
Center for Operational Excellence
The Center for Operational Excellence exists as a vital, driving partner in achieving the critical strategic and operational initiatives of the City Colleges of Chicago through the generation, analysis and implementation of performance improvements
City Colleges of Chicago Foundation
The City Colleges of Chicago Foundation raises and distributes funds to assist the students, faculty and staff at the seven colleges and seven satellite campuses that make up the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) District.
City Colleges of Chicago's GED® Testing Fee Scholarship
CCC is providing a way to help students pay for the new GED® exam, which costs $120. The GED® Scholarship will provide $70 worth of vouchers to eligible first-time test takers and to those who display readiness to pass all parts of the GED® exam.
Under the auspices of the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Communications Department oversees the City Colleges of Chicago media relations and public relations activities.
Community Relations, Government and Legislative Affairs
The Office of Community Relations, Governmental Affairs and Legislative Affairs works toward partnerships with local community based organizations, government officials and departments, faith institutions and stakeholders.
The Continuing Education (CE) Department offers non-credit courses for students seeking occupational skills or personal enrichment.
The Controller's Office collects, analyzes, and reports on financial and related non-financial data for the City Colleges of Chicago. It has two sections: General Accounting and Grant Accounting.
The Office of Development provides the student body, Board of Trustees, faculty and staff with an organized, efficient and effective resource development platform designed to enhance the teaching and learning environment of the District.
Disability Access Center
The Disability Access Center provides coordination and supportive services for students with documented disabilities.
District Student Government Association
The District Student Government Association represents all students and serves as a liaison between the student body and college administration and the Board of Trustees.
Early College Programs for High School Students
The City Colleges of Chicago are dedicated to creating opportunities for high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit prior to graduating high school through a variety of methods.
Educación para adultos
City Colleges ofrece clases gratuitas de educación para adultos en varios lugares alrededor de la ciudad.
Employee Benefits & Health
The Benefits Department is responsible for the courteous, timely and professional administration of all benefit programs for eligible City Colleges of Chicago employees, retirees and their eligible dependents.
Equal Opportunity (EEO) Office
The Equal Opportunity Office (EEO Office) administers and enforces the District's EEO Policy, which is a policy of equal opportunity in employment, programs, and activities.
The purpose of the City College Ethics Office is to meet City College ethics goals, reduce unethical behavior within the City College community, implement Board policies on ethics and meet the requirements of the State Ethics Act.
Facilities Maintenance and Usage
The Facilities Department maintains, replaces, and repairs the campuses’ buildings, grounds, and utility systems. This includes managing: heating and cooling, custodial services, snow removal, building repairs, issuance of keys and set ups for events.
The Department of Finance is responsible for managing the District’s finances and providing governance, support and leadership in financial management and reporting, business and treasury services, budgeting, planning, payroll and financial aid.
At City Colleges of Chicago, we believe your education is an investment...one that pays dividends throughout your lifetime. That's why we are dedicated to helping students get the assistance they may need to attend one of our seven colleges.
Financial Control and Compliance
The Financial Control and Compliance Department provides leadership in the administration of the District's Financial Systems and supports the Finance Department with control, compliance and strategic metric monitoring.
The Gateway to the City Colleges of Chicago program provides Adult Education students a special opportunity to continue their studies at CCC by taking college credit courses at a reduced cost.
The Office of the General Counsel is responsible for all legal work arising from the activities of the District.
Grants and Contracts
The Grants and Contracts Team assists with and advances activities related to grant acquisition and management in order to further the District's mission and strategic goals.
HR Information Systems (HRIS)
The mission of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) is to develop and lead information system plans that meet Human Resources' automation, data, records and information management requirements.
The Office of Human Resources and Staff Development's mission is to attract, recruit, develop and retain the most highly qualified and diverse workforce.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) supports student success by providing a leading edge technology environment for students, faculty and staff to improve teaching, learning and operations.
The Office of the Inspector General conducts investigations regarding waste, fraud and misconduct.
The Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) serves the educational goals of the City Colleges of Chicago.
Our mission is to help instructors incorporate technology into their teaching and learning. Our team conducts regular training and workshops, consults with faculty on an individual basis, and maintains the training materials and videos on this webpage.
The mission of Internal Audit is to provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to improve the City Colleges of Chicago operations.
Welcome to the City Colleges! You will feel right at home. We are very proud of our international students - about 400 students from 75 countries. This talented group comprises an important part of our highly diverse student population.
City Colleges oferuje bezpłatne zajęcia edukacyjne dla dorosłych w różnych miejscach na terenie miasta.
Get ahead with Level UP, a program for incoming freshmen or students in Dev-Ed courses at City Colleges of Chicago
The District Office Mail Services exists primarily for the distribution, collection, and processing of the Colleges' Mail.
Under the auspices of the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Marketing Department is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of internal and external programs that promote the City Colleges' mission, programs and special events.
Mentor Connection is a new program at CCC that fosters one-to-one relationships between students and faculty. Click the video to listen to three CCC student's talk about how mentoring has positively impacted their academic careers.
Partners in Education
Through a partnership between the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) and City Colleges of Chicago (CCC), CHA residents and HCV Program participants are eligible for quality training and educational opportunities at low or no cost.
The Payroll Department is a dedicated team of professionals committed to paying CCC employees in a timely and accurate manner, and in compliance with CCC policy and Federal and State agencies.
Plant Maintenance provides support services for the purpose of maintaining a well functioning and safe facility.
City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) encourages companies, both large and small, to do business with CCC. CCC operates seven colleges and seven vocational/technical centers, serving 120,000 students annually.
The Office of the Registrar administers the enrollment of students, maintains student records, and works with faculty, administration and staff on academic matters.
Safety & Security
The Office of Safety & Security works to ensure a safe and secure environment for all City College students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Science Technology Engineering and Math
The office for Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) supports student success in academic disciplines leading towards transfer, graduation, and employment.
The Staffing Department is responsible for processing all personnel documents in accordance with Board policy, applicable collective bargaining agreements, and federal and state law.
Strategy and Institutional Intelligence
Our mission is to generate, evaluate and implement strategic initiatives that create sustainable long-term improvements for the colleges and the district in alignment with the district’s student-centric mission, vision, and goals.
The Student Affairs department provides overall leadership and support for the Student Services departments located at our colleges.
This office is responsible for the control and management of Federal and State Financial Aid Programs, receipts of revenues, and the protection of the District’s assets.
Talent Acquisition is responsible for finding and attracting the best qualified candidates to fill City Colleges of Chicago staffing needs.
Technology Advisory Council (TAC)
The Technology Advisory Council is the means by which City Colleges of Chicago faculty, staff, and administrators can influence technology decisions affecting the district.
Testing Resources Centers
The Testing Resources Centers provide a variety of testing services to assist students as they pursue their academic goals.
Transfer/Articulation and Transfer Centers
Transfer Directors lead transfer activities and advising for the students at each City College.
The Office of Transfer and Articulation oversees Transfer Centers, university partnerships and curricular articulation.
This office manages and invests District funds used for instructional programs, general operations, facility maintenance, and capital improvements.
City Colleges of Chicago are pleased to support student success through peer, professional, and embedded tutoring.
Welcome to the City Colleges of Chicago! We serve thousands of U.S. military veterans each year. Our veteran services teams - located at each college - provide a wide range of services to ease your transition and help you succeed.
WCI Incubator Kitchen Rental
Caterers who want to grow their business but lack the funds to own their own commercial kitchen can rent a fully equipped, state-of-the-art, 442-square-foot kitchen area at a fraction of the cost.
CCC Wellness Centers provide mental health and other social services to support your personal well-being and academic success.
Workforce & Economic Development
Workforce & Economic Development is a department within the Office of Strategy and Institutional Intelligence. It consists of three divisions:
College to Careers, Career Services, and Workforce Academy.
We are a training provider delivering first-rate, cost effective, diverse and customized services to empower workers in the Chicagoland region with the required skills to effectively improve their productivity and reduce unemployment.
WYCC Television Production Center
Take your television production to new heights at a cost you can afford. The WYCC Televsion Production Center offers top-of-the-line services at better than competitive rates.