Chicago mayor wants campus settings for community colleges

Oct. 25, 2007
After new Kennedy-KIng College campus opens, mayor wants to transform all seven city colleges.

With a $254 million campus now open at Kennedy-King College in Chicago, Mayor Richard M. Daley says he wants to duplicate the process at all seven City College campuses. The 40-acre campus, which opened in August, includes six buildings positioned around a classic quadrangle. The library, bookstore, restaurant, athletic facilities and day care center are open to the public. Officials say creating campus settings for community colleges changes the culture of the educational setting.

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