City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates with its Largest Class of Star Scholars to Date
as they fulfill their education goals and help create a more
inclusive economy,” said City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Juan Salgado.
have been named Star Scholars.
about City Colleges’ Star Scholarship, and a weight was lifted off my—and my entire family’s—shoulders,” said Star Scholarship
alumna Florencia Laino. “Beyond the free tuition and books, the support and advising I received from the program was exceptional,
making the pathway towards earning my Bachelor’s degree feel easier to achieve.”
up to three years at City Colleges. The Star Scholarship is open to any CPS student from all over Chicago and partner Big Shoulders
that hard working students realize their full potential,” said City Colleges of Chicago Chief Academic Officer and Provost Mark Potter.
complete their associate degree will transfer to a four-year institution
to work toward their Bachelor’s degree program. CCC’s top transfer
four-year institutions include: University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU), DePaul University,
University of Illinois at Urbana (U of I) and National Louis University (NLU). To learn more, visit www.ccc.edu/starscholarship.
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