Successful transfer takes careful planning. You should begin planning for transfer during your first semester at the City Colleges of Chicago, and meet with your adviser at least once per semester to make sure you're on track. Click on the links below or stop by your campus transfer center to learn more.
How Do Colleges & Universities Partner with CCC?
City Colleges of Chicago has partnerships and agreements with colleges and universities across the country. Below is a description of the different types of partnerships that City Colleges has created to help you transition to your dream school. Click on the links below to find out more about how these institutions partner with City Colleges of Chicago and apply to participate in a partnership with your dream school today!
Transfer Scholars- The Transfer Scholars program is designed to assist academically advanced students in their transition process through mentoring, workshops and the opportunity to gain early admission to the 4-yr. institution of their choice through an Onsite Admission event.
Compact Agreement Partner - The Compact Agreement is an agreement between community colleges and 4-yr. institutions in the state of Illinois. Students who complete the AA or AS degree will be granted junior standing once they successfully transfer. In some cases with the AS degree, completion of one social/behavioral course and one fine arts/humanities course will be completed after transferring to the 4-year institution.
Pathway Partnerships - City Colleges of Chicago has partnered with colleges and universities in the city to create pathways from CCC Associate degrees to select majors at their institutions. Click here to learn more.
Special Partnerships - We have partnerships with colleges and universities across the country that provide opportunities specifically for CCC students! Click on college and university logos below to learn more about how these institutions partner with CCC.
Successful transfer takes careful planning. You should begin planning for transfer during your first semester at the City Colleges of Chicago, and meet with your adviser at least once per semester to make sure you're on track. The City Colleges has formed numerous agreements with four-year schools to make this process easier and to ensure you receive the fullest possible credit for your City Colleges of Chicago coursework.