Download a list of resources available at your college:
What do you need to do?
Visit an advisor to plan my classes
Advisors are available to assist you with goal setting, career exploration,
choosing a focus area, creating an education plan, selecting classes, reviewing
semester maps, and applying for graduation.
Transfer to a 4-year college
Centers can help you transition to a four-year college including researching
where you want to attend, learning about transferable courses, and applying for
Find a job or internship
Centers can help you decide on a career and choose the best academic program to
get you there. You can also learn how to complete a job application, create a
resume and interview effectively to help you land a job or internship.
Get tutoring in a difficult subject
Centers offer free tutoring and academic support services to assist students in
achieving personal and academic success. One-on-one and group tutoring sessions
Get help from a professor
Go to faculty office hours. See your class syllabi for locations
Take a placement exam
Resources Centers provide a variety of testing services to assist students as
they pursue their academic goals. COMPASS testing and other placement exams can
be taken there.
Order books or supplies for class
purchase materials through the new CCC Online Bookstore. The goal of this new
partnership with Akademos/Textbookx is to deliver course materials to you at a
reasonable price and in a timely manner.
Check out a library book
Libraries offer electronic, database, and print media to support the scholarly
work of students, faculty, and staff as well as individual and group library
and information literacy instruction.
Ask a question about financial aid
Our Financial Aid
Offices work closely with students and families to provide financial assistance
in the form of grants, loans and work-study from federal and state resources.
For help filling out the FAFSA form, visit your college’s Financial Aid Office.
Learn about scholarship opportunities
Our Financial Aid Offices work closely with students and families
to provide financial assistance in the form of grants, loans and work-study
from federal and state resources. To learn about scholarships, visit your college’s Financial
Learn about veterans benefits
Our Veterans Services Centers provide access to veterans-specific
resources, assistance with the transition from military to civilian life,
information on VA benefits and credit transfer procedures, and places to
network with other veterans.
Access services for
students with disabilities
Our Disability Access Centers provide coordination and supportive
services for students with documented disabilities. CCC makes every effort to
integrate students with disabilities into all courses and programs.
Get help with a personal issue
Our Wellness Centers offer personal and group counseling, stress
and time management coaching, and referrals to community resources including
low-cost medical/dental care, emergency housing, groceries, legal services and
Get a loaner laptop
City Colleges of Chicago credit students may borrow a Windows
laptop free of charge for up to 4 weeks. Laptops are issued on a first-come,
first served basis.
Join a sport
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 and others play intramurals for fun.
Get involved in a club or hold an event
Student Clubs and Organizations are an important part of student
life at CCC. Student Clubs provide an opportunity to socialize and learn new
leadership skills with peers and advisors.
Go for a run, lift weights, or stretch out at CCC’s fitness
centers at Daley College, Kennedy-King College, Malcolm X College, Truman
College, Olive-Harvey College or Wright College.
Report a concern
Don’t be afraid to speak up if something should be
changed. We want to hear from you. Contact your President’s Office or call 773-COLLEGE.
Get help from
security or report a safety concern