Ronald Williams Library @ CCICS
The CCICS branch of the Ronald Williams Library houses the most extensive resource center on African American issues in the Midwest. In addition, it contains master theses of CCICS graduates documenting a multitude of African-centered research and studies compiled on politics, education, and history of the culture of African-Americans since the late 1960s through 1990. More information on business hours at the Ronald Williams Library @ CCICS can be found here.
The CCICS computer labs are equipped with over 30 computers with online access to the main campus, the Internet and libraries around the world. A live, interactive Distance Education classroom connects CCICS with the main campus of Northeastern. The use of distance education provides students on both campuses with many educational opportunities
Summer Transition Program
The Summer Transition Program (STP) is designed to enhance the skills of entering freshmen and returning adults. The program offers three (3) hours of college credit during the summer while focusing intently on students’ study habits, writing skills and preparedness for successful completion of their selected degree program. We encourage you to select the Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies as your home base for the Summer Transition Program. More information on the program can be found here. Please also contact Linda Williams, Retention Specialist and STP Coordinator for CCICS.
Roster of Student Services
The following services and assistance are available to CCICS students: academic counseling, financial aid counseling, Accessibility Center services, leadership development modules, English Competency Exam support and assistance with registration. More information on student services can be found here. Please also contact Monica Smith, Program Administrative Assistant for CCICS.