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City Colleges' largest graduating class in more than 20 years officially received their associate's degree on May 3rd at the UIC Pavilion.
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City Colleges is committed to serving U.S. military veterans: visit a Veterans Services Center to take advantage of our expanded specialized resources.
Improve your skills and get started in your career with City Colleges Career Bridge Programs.
Through College to Careers, CCC and employers are creating curricula that help produce the kind of employees businesses need.
Chilean native Claudia Guaita is on track to achieve her dream of working as a nurse specializing in palliative care.
The mother of five worked full-time while studying full-time at Malcolm X College.
The Civic Consulting Alliance Public Interest Program fellow is pursuing a career in urban planning.
While studying at Wright, Kimberly discovered a passion for nursing and psychology. Dedicated science faculty supported her every step of the way.
Aspiring architect Daniel Robinson is gaining real-world skills through a paid internship.
Natasha Banks and Clarissa Unite were friendly competitors while pursuing their degrees at Wright College.