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Are you planning on graduating in the Spring and want to walk in the 2016 CCC Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, April 30th? Be sure to complete your Marching Orders profile before Monday, April 4, 2016 by clicking here to hold your spot at the commencement ceremony. To access your Marching Orders profile, log in using your CCC student email address as your username and your student ID number as your password. Contact your Registrar's Office if you have issues logging into your Marching Orders profile.
You must also order your cap and gown by Thursday, April 7th.
For more information about graduation, go to www.ccc.edu/graduation.
You may access Time Trade to schedule your proctored exams by logging on to my.ccc.edu. You will see the link for TimeTrade at the bottom of the my.ccc.edu page. Click the link to proceed and schedule all your proctored exams. Check your CCC student email account for a confirmation email which will contain a link should you need to reschedule. Please note, only one appointment will be allowed per exam. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
City Colleges of Chicago has specialized support services ready to help you on your path to success. Visit ccc.edu/StudentResources to download your quick guide and learn how to meet with an advisor, search for a job or internship, find a tutor, get help with a personal issue, ask about financial aid, and more.
Many CCC email addresses have received the message below. It appears to be an email from CCC OIT, because it comes from an @ccc.edu address. However, it is actually a scam email that is intended to trick you into entering your private information. This is called a PHISHING attack. It is intended to make you think you are receiving the message from a legitimate individual/site in an attempt to get you to provide personal information or your username/password.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to report any suspicious activity related to your City Colleges of Chicago email account. Click here to learn more about how to identify a phishing email and get more tips on how to protect your personal information.