Experience a Foundation of Success

The Jacob H. Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (CCICS) demonstrates Northeastern Illinois University's urban tradition of education, research and service. The Carruthers Center offers an?undergraduate and graduate degree in Inner City Studies?to prepare students to act upon the expressed interests of the residents of Chicago and to participate fully in the richness of the African and African-American cultures. Our curriculum re-examines every research issue, assumption and question from an African-centered perspective. CCICS aims to build?research methodologies among its students to advance?their career paths.

Embrace Your Potential

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载The Carruthers Center understands the overwhelming anxiety of a new experience. That's why we assist?prospective students and their families with Northeastern's admission and financial aid processes. CCICS serves nontraditional, part-time and returning adult student populations as well as traditional first-year and transfer students. Northeastern's general education program is offered at the Carruthers Center?for students?interested in taking day or evening classes. Explore your potential career options today.

Community Health, B.S.

Couple and Family Counseling Certificate

Gerontology, M.A.

Inner City Careers, Minor

Inner City Studies, B.A.

Inner City Studies, M.A.

Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A.

Social Work, B.S.W.

Social Work, M.S.W.

Enjoy a Convenient?Urban Atmosphere

The Carruthers Center, located on?the South Side in?, takes?pride in being an African-centered institution that provides educational opportunities within a culturally comfortable and easily accessible setting. CCICS student resources include two computer labs, an extensive resource center on African-American issues, and student disability services support. Northeastern students enjoy cultural events, career-oriented clubs, national conferences?and?celebrity guest speakers.