What is Cook County Higher Education?
CCHE is a non-profit organization established in 1996 to address four critical issues facing our rural remote community:
With the nearest college or university over 100 miles away (125 miles on average), CCHE makes it possible for local residents to earn a certificate, diploma, or degree that leads to living wage employment right here in our community.
CCHE has provided 145 low cost laptop computers to the community to help students with remote learning and to help residents more easily communicate with family and friends.
CCHE has moved all programming online and is offering both FREE events and 100-50% scholarships on anything that has a tuition cost . All recorded programming can be accessed by clicking here.
CCHE has created programming to help residents and businesses navigate the new landscape. Take a look at the events on myCCHE.org to find something that could help you.
CCHE has provided student support to all levels of remote learning students through direct contact with our Student Support Coordinator Lenna Stever, proctoring exams and providing free on-line mentoring opportunities.
The COVID-19 page on the CCHE website contains links to resources for students, parents, employees and employers.
The Bimonthly CCHE email newsletter created by Programming Coordinator Kelsey Rogers Kennedy contains updated programming information, up to the minute resources, COVID-19 coping mechanisms and humor. Click here to sign up or send an email to programs@myCCHE.org to get on the list.
Your support right now helps assure CCHE can continue to provide needed resources to the community in the future!
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