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City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is one of the largest urban community college systems in the US. It includes seven separately accredited schools -- Daley College, Kennedy-King College, Malcolm X College, Olive-Harvey College, Truman College, Harold Washington College, and Wright College. CCC offers associate degrees, continuing education, IT certifications, industry training, GED and ESL classes, and other programs to some 115,000 students each year. Other institutions under the CCC umbrella include the French Pastry School, the Washburne Culinary Institute, three learning centers, and the public television station, WYCC-TV. City Colleges of Chicago was founded in 1911 as Crane Junior College.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at Jacksonville) offers associate degree, certificate, corporate training, continuing education, and high school completion programs. In 2009 the college (which also changed its name that year) nearly doubled its bachelor's degree programs by adding early childhood education, public safety management, and information technology management programs. It serves approximately 80,000 students at its five campuses and seven educational centers in Florida's Duval and Nassau counties, as well as through online distance learning.
Glendale Community College (GCC) offers post-high school education to some 25,000 Southern Californians. Located in the San Rafael Mountains north of Los Angeles, GCC offers college-credit courses to day and evening students, in addition to an adult education program, specialized job training programs, and contract instruction administered by the Professional Development Center, which provides businesses with customized training. GCC was founded as Glendale Junior College in 1927. For four years following the great earthquake of 1933, GCC held classes in large tents and was consequently known as "Tent City."