Olive-Harvey College is a part of the City Colleges of Chicago System. Olive-Harvey College was named after two Vietnam era Medal of Honor winners, Milton Olive and Carmel B. Harvey. The college's main building is in the Pullman Community Area. Apart from this, classes are also offered at the South Chicago campus.
Olive-Harvey College awards associates degrees in arts, science, applied science and general studies. Also, courses in adult education, continuing education and certificate programs in various areas of study are available.
The athletics teams of Olive-Harvey College participate in men's and women's basketball, men's baseball and women's volleyball. The college also sponsors a large number of student clubs and organizations like Student Government Association, African Student Association, Organization of Latin American Students Club and Phi Theta Kappa.
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