Triton College is offering a new certificate designed to provide training for a career in the cannabis industry, urban food products and ornamental, tropical and herbaceous plant production.
Triton College will receive up to $4.2 million dollars through the passage of the CARES Act, federal legislation that brings necessary financial relief to both students and higher education.
Fight the spread of COVID-19 by training to become an infectious disease contact tracer at Triton College. The class runs June 4 through June 25.
Congratulations to the Triton College faculty, staff and administrators, who were recognized during the Retirement & Recognition Ceremony video presentation.
Effective immediately, Triton College’s campus is closed until further notice. No one is to report to campus without authorization. Updates will be provided as they become available.
The cancelled spring competition includes all practices, regular season, postseason and national championship play for Triton's baseball, softball and track & field teams.
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Following the most current recommendations of state and federal authorities regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Triton Troupers Circus for this year is cancelled.
As we prepare for spring break, it is important to provide you with an update of actions on our campus regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The staff and administration at Triton College are monitoring ongoing information for the safety of our students and staff.