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 FAQ's Undocumented Students

City Colleges of Chicago is committed to ensuring both student access and success for all students. City Colleges seeks to foster a welcoming environment for all students, regardless of immigration status. Numerous initiatives, both within the institution and in partnership with immigrant-serving allies, work to ensure City Colleges of Chicago responds to new immigration policies affecting our students so they may be prepared to pursue their life’s goals. 

The affordability of an Associate Degree from City Colleges of Chicago compared to the costs for two years at a private university, vocational college, or public university, makes CCC a strategic choice for many undocumented students. Partnerships between City Colleges of Chicago and four-year institutions provide a smooth transition for CCC students into the college or university of their choice.

CCC's Transfer Resource Centers help students create a plan for a seamless transition into 4-year institutions. Students should work with their Academic Advisor to create an individualized academic plan. The plan serves as a personal road map to graduation by listing which classes a student should take each term to satisfy all completion requirements needed to earn a degree or certificate.






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