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Spring II Registration Now Open

Registration for the Spring II semester is now open -- a full semester bundled into 12 weeks. The Spring II semester begins February 10 for both credit and Adult Education (GED and ESL) classes.


College Credit Classes       
  • Spring II Credit Class Schedule - a list of open classes offered at each college during the 12-week session beginning February 10.
  • Course Catalog - use the catalog to view detailed information for each class listed in the schedule.
  • New students - click here to apply to City Colleges of Chicago.​
  • Current/returning students - visit my.ccc.edu to register for Spring II classes.
      

Adult Education - GED & English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes       
12-week session Adult Education (GED & ESL) classes will be offered at Richard J Daley College and Wilbur Wright College. Click on the name of the college below to view registration and placement testing dates.


Tuition-Free GED

The General Educational Development (GED) program offers preparation for the GED (high school equivalency) examination in either English or Spanish. The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program provides courses to adults who test below the GED level and need to improve basic reading and math skills before they qualify to move into the GED level.​​​​​       

Tuition-Free ESL

English as a Second Language courses are designed to teach English language and civics skills to foreign born non-native English speakers. English as a Second Language ( ESL) courses range from providing basic language and life skills for complete beginners to helping advanced students refine their English in preparation for higher education, vocational training, or a career.        

Click here​ to learn more about Adult Education classes at City Colleges of Chicago.    
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