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  • Download Microsoft Office

    As a City Colleges of Chicago student, you are eligible for a free copy of Microsoft Office for Windows or Mac, as well as tablets or phones.

  • New Insurance Pathway Courses Launch

    Pursue some of the hottest jobs in finance - in the trillion-dollar insurance industry - by enrolling in three new courses at HWC!

  • New Phase of Reinvention Initiative Launched to Boost Student Success

    College-based task forces will design detailed career and academic pathways to guide students swiftly toward graduation. Faculty, staff and students are invited to apply!

  • Where Veterans Can Find Success

    City Colleges is committed to serving U.S. military veterans: visit Harold Washington's Veterans Services Center to take advantage of our expanded array of specialized resources.

  • Meet HWC 2013 Valedictorian Jeffrey Barrett

    The Civic Consulting Alliance Public Interest Program fellow is pursuing a career in urban planning.

  • Need a laptop?

    Sometimes you just need to take your work with you. Borrow a Windows laptop free of charge from City Colleges for up to 4 weeks.

  • Start your job search here

    Get resume templates, updates about career related events happening at CCC, and search for open jobs and internships at local and nationwide employers.

  • Stay On Track - Meet With Your Advisor

    GPA slipping? Need help choosing Spring 2013 classes? Don’t wait until the last minute. Schedule an appointment with your advisor online today. Login using your student username and password.

  • Download the CCCmobile App Today

    Stay connected with City Colleges of Chicago wherever you are. Access GradesFirst, logon to Blackboard, or get the latest campus news. It's CCC in the palm of your hand!

  • High school students, take college classes for free

    Earn credit toward your future college career while still in high school through City Colleges’ expanded dual enrollment program.

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