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Facts at a Glance
Chancellor: Dr. Marnelle Alexis Stephens
Interim President: Matt Gawenda
Programs: MacCormac offers associate degrees in Business Administration, Court Reporting, Criminal Justice, and Paralegal Studies. MacCormac also offers continuing education programs, such as Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) and Captioning for working reporters.
First and Finest: The school holds the distinction of having established the first court reporting program in the United States in 1912 and the first paralegal studies program in Illinois in 1973.
Accreditation: The College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and approved by the National Court Reporters Association and American Bar Association.
Articulation Agreements: A partner (articulation agreement) with many universities such as DePaul University and Loyola University Chicago. Transfer your credits to a four-year institution for completion of a bachelor’s degree.
Class Size: MacCormac prides itself on the personal attention which each student receives. Classes range in size from 7 to 15 students.
Faculty: We employ qualified instructors who have exceled in their field of expertise.
An Ideal Location: The historic Heyworth Building at 29 East Madison Street in downtown Chicago. Indulge in the business, social, and cultural offerings of a world-class city.
Diversity: We celebrate diversity at MacCormac. Over 50 percent of our students are African American, Latino, Asian American, and Native American. The diversity of our student body also extends to a wide variety of educational backgrounds, ages, and ethnicities.
Alumni: MacCormac College graduates have gone on to work in judicial courts, law firms, large corporations, non-profit organizations and to become entrepreneurs.
School Colors: Blue and Gold
Name: Named after the founders, Dr. Morton C. MacCormac and his wife, Mary MacCormac. Dr. MacCormac served as the President for 50 years.