The City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is the largest community college system in Illinois and one of the largest in the nation, with 5,800 faculty and staff serving 120,000 students annually at seven campuses and thirteen satellite sites city-wide. The City Colleges of Chicago is in the midst of a Reinvention, a collaborative effort to review and revise CCC programs and practices to ensure students leave CCC college-ready, career-ready and prepared to pursue their life's goals.
Harold Washington College
Harold Washington College is a learning-centered urban institution of higher education offering accessible and affordable opportunities for academic advancement, career development, and personal enrichment.
Harry S Truman College
Truman is one of the largest of the City Colleges of Chicago, with a yearly enrollment of more than 23,000 students, and has the largest English as a Second Language and GED program in Illinois with more than 12,000 students annually.
Kennedy-King College, one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago reflects the commitment to academic excellence and civic responsibility espoused by its namesakes, slain civil and human rights activists Robert F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Malcolm X College
Malcolm X College offers a variety of programs that prepare students to pursue a four-year degree or advance in a career.
Olive-Harvey College is dedicated to the academic success of all of its students and provides high-quality educational programs and support services.
Richard J. Daley College
Richard J. Daley College offers a variety of associate degrees, certificate programs and career programs to help students pursue a career or continue education.
Wilbur Wright College
Wright College is one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago. Wright grants associate degrees, and its credit courses are transferable to most four-year colleges and universities.