City Colleges of Chicago-Olive-Harvey College
The teacher population of 97 teachers has stayed relatively flat over five years.
|City Colleges of Chicago-Olive-Harvey College||(IL) Community College Avg.|
|Institution Level||At least 2 but less than 4 years||At least 2 but less than 4 years|
|Total Faculty||97 staff||124 staff|
Source: 2019 (or latest year available) IPEDS
- Olive-Harvey College was formed in the fall of 1970 as a result of the merger of two City Colleges of Chicago: the Southeast College, founded in 1957, and Fenger, founded in 1958. These two Colleges had been operating separately, with different faculties, administrations, student populations, educational philosophies, and purpose. Olive-Harvey College has been located at its present 67-acre campus since its inception. Initially, it was housed in a set of nine prefabricated, steel structures. In 1981 the College moved most of its operations to a newly constructed main building, with ample space, equipment, laboratories and other facilities. In the Spring of 1988, the physical facilities expanded with construction a satellite facility, the South Chicago Campus on 92nd Street between Baltimore and Houston, in the far east of the College's service area. Olive-Harvey College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools , Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
The nearest community college to City Colleges of Chicago-Olive-Harvey College is Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (5.2 miles away).
- College Location Mi. Students
- 35 students | 5.20 Mi6045 S. Kenwood Avenue
Chicago,  IL  60637
(773) 834-2500 5.2035
- 3,136 students | 5.60 Mi6301 S Halsted St
Chicago,  IL  60621
(773) 602-5000 5.603,136
- 4,232 students | 7.30 Mi15800 South State Street
South Holland,  IL  60473
(708) 596-2000 7.304,232
- 6,942 students | 7.60 Mi7500 S Pulaski Rd
Chicago,  IL  60652
(773) 838-7500 7.606,942
- 443 students | 9.10 Mi6640 S. Cicero
Bedford Park,  IL  60638
(708) 444-4500 9.10443
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