The National Labor College — the only U.S. College dedicated solely to the education needs of union members and their families – has made it even easier and more affordable for hard-working adults with family commitments to complete their college degrees.
NLC's online Associate of Arts degree offers students the necessary foundation to succeed in one of NLC's degree programs or any other 4-year university.
The Associate of Arts degree requires students to complete a total of 60 credit hours, including 18 credit hours in NLC courses. AA students must also meet program requirements that include Core Curriculum and General Education courses. For more details, click here.
Whether you need one more class to get that degree or are half-way there, one of NLC's seven online degree programs – like the Bachelor of Arts in Construction Management – can get you there. Check out all the options here.
The NLC also offers a host of in-class continuing education courses and workshops for union leaders, staff, and activists. Courses are roughly six days in duration, with credit available; workshops are not offered for credit and span two day. To learn more, click here.
Credit card debt? Expecting a child? Planning for college? Thinking about retirement? In these tough economic times, we need all the financial guidance we can get, and thanks to the National Labor College (NLC), BAC members can access advice on these and countless other financial issues at the NLC's free website, NLC InvestEd.
For more details on these and NLC’s many other programs, be sure to visit the NLC website at www.nlc.edu.