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Welcome to Wilbur Wright College. The Admissions Team is here to help you enroll and provide resources and tools to help you succeed.
Adult Education is a comprehensive program of free classes for adult students who need to learn or improve their English language or basic literacy skills, obtain a GED® certificate, or prepare for the Citizenship exam.
Alternative High School (16 to 21 years old)
Did you drop out of high school?
Are you 16 to 21 years of age?
You can earn a high school diploma at the City Colleges of Chicago! Apply at Olive-Harvey Middle College or Truman Middle College.
So you've left City Colleges of Chicago and your life has taken you in other directions. No matter when you earned an associate degree, a certificate, completed 30 or more hours, or prepared for a GED at City Colleges, we want to reconnect with you.
An essential component of Wilbur Wright College’s effort to improve student learning.
The Auxiliary Services department manages Janitorial Services, Print Center, Central Stores, Mail Center, External Events, Fixed Asset Management and Space Utilization.
Welcome to the Department of Biology! Study all branches of life by enrolling in: Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Environmental Biology, Microbiology, and Zoology.
Welcome to Wilbur Wright College Business Department, we strive to provide students with a quality education for professional success. We offer quality associate’s degrees and certificate programs in Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Management/Marketing.
Business Services is responsible for protecting the assets of the college by ensuring policies and procedures are adhered while maintaining the financial integrity of the college.
Career Planning & Placement Center
Wilbur Wright Career Planning & Placement provides comprehensive services to help you make informed decisions about careers. We also help you successfully transition into the workforce.
Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
At the Center for Teaching and Learning, faculty and staff come together for informative, creative presentations.
This collaborative atmosphere provides a positive space for sharing of ideas.
Disability Access Center
The Disability Access Center provides coordination and supportive services for students with documented disabilities.
English, Literature and Reading Department
Wright College’s English Department offers a variety of writing, literature, and reading courses. The courses range from developmental and ESL writing and reading courses to scholarly courses such as Great Books in writing and literature.
Environmental Technology Programs
The Environmental Tech Programs' mission is to provide quality education and training to prepare students for technical and managerial positions in the energy efficiency, emergency management, sustainability, and environmental health & safety fields.
Extended Orientation connects students to resources and services relevant to personal goals and objectives.
The Facilities Management department handles requests for facility usage and room reservations.
FAQ's Undocumented Students
For information regarding resources and scholarships for undocumented students, please click the documents under the publication section of this page.
At Wilbur Wright College, we believe your education is an investment...one that pays dividends throughout your lifetime. That's why The Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping students get the assistance they may need to attend.
Great Books Curriculum
The Great Books Curriculum is a set of core courses in English, History, Humanities, Literature, Philosophy, and Theater, as well as a series of intellectual and cultural activities for students.
Wright College supports District Human Resources' mission to attract, recruit, develop and retain the most highly qualified and diverse workforce that will support and deliver on the City Colleges of Chicago's Reinvention and Strategic initiatives.
The Humanities department includes four academic disciplines: Humanities, Foreign Languages, Philosophy, and Fine Arts.
Information Technology offers programs in computer information systems, computer security and forensic investigation and information processing.
Information Technology Resource Center (ITRC)
Information Technology Resource Center provides access to resources designed to improve teaching effectiveness and learning outcomes. The ITRC also provides IT support services to every area of the college and its constituents.
International Student Services
International Student Advisors at Wright College support all of the educational needs and immigration requirements of international students.
The Wright College Library supports the curriculum and mission of Wilbur Wright College. The library provides students, faculty and staff with multiple resources to support study, research and lifelong learning.
Library Technical Assistant
Are you the type who likes to get caught up in a good book or takes an interest in new media, technology or the internet? Then working as a library technical assistant might be the career for you.
The manufacturing programs of Wilbur Wright College are offered at its satellite site, the Humboldt Park Vocational Education Center. They comprise Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) and Electric/Electronic Industrial Maintenance (EEIM).
Basic Nurse Assistant (formerly CNA), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) (EMT-B), Phlebotomy Technician, Dental Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), EMT Refresher
Northwest Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Northwest Chicago Symphony was formed and exists so that students of Wilbur Wright College, our faculty and our community may experience the shared joy of listening to and performing orchestral music.
Occupational Therapy Assistant
The Occupational Therapy Assistant Program promotes meaningful living by adapting activities, tasks and the environment which enables people to fulfill their chosen life roles.
Office of the President
The President of the College is the chief executive, administrative, and education officer and derives authority from, and is responsible to the Chancellor of the City Colleges of Chicago and the Board of Trustees.
Office of the Vice President
Nicole Reaves is the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs for Wilbur Wright College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago.
The Wright College Paralegal Program is designed to prepare students to become highly trained paralegals to meet the needs of corporations, law firms and offices, and other sectors where law related work is performed.
Peer Mentor Leadership Program
The Peer Mentor Program promotes college success, builds relationships between new and experienced students, helps students navigate the college campus and take advantage of the resources available to them in the Wilbur Wright community.
Physical education instructs our students in various courses of the importance of well developed motor skills, nutrition and strength, in order to achieve a high level of fitness.
Plant Maintenance provides support services for the purpose of maintaining a well functioning and safe facility.
Students in the radiography program learn the theory, technical skills, patient care, and techniques necessary to use radiation in the diagnosis of disease.
SAVE THE DATES for Rams Week 2016, August 22nd - 26th for everything you need to be ready for the first day of classes! At Rams Week, students will be able to meet advisors, faculty and other students and have some fun!
The Office of the Registrar administers the enrollment of students, maintains student records, and works with faculty, administration and staff on academic matters.
Reprographics and Mail Room
Reprographics manages print material requests and Mail Room is responsible for the collection, distribution and processing of the College's mail.
Safety & Security
Campus Safety and Security is available 24 hours a day to ensure a safe and secure environment for all City College students, staff members, and visitors.
Service Learning courses combine community service and classroom concepts
Skills Connection Program
The Skills Connection webpage offers career exploration resources, advice for interns, and tips for enhancing soft skills to help you in school and in your career.
Addictions Studies, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
The Social Service department at Wilbur Wright College offers a Certificate and Associate's Degree in Gerontology, the study of human aging, and a Certificate in Nursing Home Administration.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association represents all students and serves as a liaison between the student body and college administration and the Board of Trustees.
The Student Services Department provides a broad range of services to assist students in achieving their academic and life goals.
The Gateway Advising & Transfer Center
Our Transfer Resources Center helps students create a plan for a seamless transition to 4-year institutions. Watch CCC transfer students Taylor and Bogdan discuss their love of student life and study at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
The Gateway Advising and Transfer Center
Academic Advisors are available to assist you at every stage of your education at Wright College -- from clarifying education and career goals, to academic planning, to helping you succeed along your journey, to applying for graduation.
Veterans Services Center
Welcome to the City Colleges of Chicago! We serve thousands of U.S. military veterans each year. Our veteran services team provides a wide range of services to ease your transition from the military to college life and to help you succeed.
Visual and Performing Arts
The Visual and Performing Arts Department is comprised of the disciplines of Art, Architecture, Dance, Music, Photography, Speech, and Theater.
The Wright College Wellness Center provides mental health and other social services to support your personal well-being and academic success.
Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) is a federal law which provides training for people who are out of work, and who need training to change career paths or whose skills need improving in order to obtain a new job.
Wright in Your Corner
Engages students by connecting them to the services and offices that will help them succeed in the classroom, choose courses, explore careers and network socially.
The Writing Center offers assistance to student writers at every step in the writing process and provides guidance on all writing tasks.