Richard J. Daley College Harold Washington College Kennedy-King College Malcolm X College Olive-Harvey College Harry S Truman College Wilbur Wright College
Through its seven colleges, City Colleges of Chicago delivers learning opportunities and educational services to diverse student populations in Chicago. The institution offers affordable courses, programs, and services that prepare students for success in a technologically advanced and increasingly interdependent global society, while enhancing knowledge, skills, and life-long learning. It especially works proactively to eliminate barriers to employment and overcome the factors underlying socio-economic disparities and inequities of access and graduation in higher education.
Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) Degrees Associate in Fine Arts Degree (AFA) Associate in Engineering Science Degree (AES)
Career/Technical-Education Degree Programs
Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS)
Continuing Education Classes
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Industry Training and Workforce Development
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CCC”s Center for Distance Learning
City Colleges of Chicago is one of the pioneers in distance learning. In 1956, CCC first offered college courses by television. TV College was established in partnership with Chicago Public Schools and WTTW Channel 11. With the development of City Wide College in 1976, the Center for Open Learning was established. In 1999, CCC established the Center for Distance Learning.
Today, the Center for Distance Learning (CDL) is the coordinating unit for all distance learning courses available through the City Colleges of Chicago. Under the administrative leadership of the President of Kennedy King College, the CDL is one of Illinois” leading providers of distance learning courses. The mission of the CDL is to provide the students of the City Colleges of Chicago with an alternative means of attaining college credit and professional development opportunities through the use of a sound curriculum of distance learning courses using the latest distance learning technologies. It currently offers over 90 courses in a wide range of disciplines and enrolls nearly 10,000 students each year.
Delivery modes TeleWeb Courses (TW): Online with Video Component WW Courses (WW): Online