Tuition Benefit for AFL/CIO Members
College Tuition Benefit
Classes start year round.
Call Janet Pearson, AFL/CIO Navigator at Quincy College,
(617) 984-1712, email@example.com.
AFL/CIO members and their immediate families save $300 per credit course at Quincy College.
*Some restrictions apply.
Now accepting new students and transfer students.
The Quincy College discounted tuition benefit is provided exclusively for AFL/CIO members and their immediate families to ensure that cost is not a barrier to you and your family pursuing a college education.
An associate degree can be completed in 18 months. Quincy College offers fully online courses and 7 and 10 weeks semesters throughout the year. Apply today!
Open Admissions – All you need is a high school diploma or a GED/HiSET for acceptance into a degree or certificate program.
The tuition benefit can be applied to all for credit Quincy College degrees and certificates, with the exception of some selective and contract courses (Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician, Surgical Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, EMT (Certificate), and Paramedic Education (Certificate).
View the entire list of programs at Quincy College here.
Higher Education is Just 4 Steps
Step 1: Apply to Quincy College
Go to quincycollege.edu/AFLCIO, select the “Apply Now” button and complete the free application with your – or your family’s – union information (for membership verification). Questions? Contact Janet Pearson, AFL/CIO Navigator at Quincy College at (617) 984 – 1712 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: Complete the Free FAFSA
Go to FAFSA.gov for financial aid forms. Quincy College’s school code is 002205. Submit the required documents for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Step 3: Submit Your Transcript
Submit your college and high school transcripts or GED/HiSET certificate as proof of high school completion. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the school to the Quincy College Admissions Office at 1250 Hancock St, Quincy, MA 02169.
If you have completed any college coursework, have the transcript sent to QC. Applicable college credits will be transferred to the new program. No SATs required.4.
4. Register for Classes
Work with the designated AFL/CIO Navigator to enroll. The tuition benefit can be applied to all for credit Quincy College degrees and certificates, with the exception of some selective and contract courses (Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician, Surgical Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, EMT (Certificate), and Paramedic Education (Certificate).
Classes start year round. Call Janet Pearson, AFL/CIO Navigator at Quincy College, email@example.com or call 617-984-1712 for more information.
View more information about each major and the courses needed to achieve the degree or certificate.
Learn more about Quincy College and your benefits as a AFL/CIO member by contacting Janet Pearson, Admissions Associate, 617-984-1712, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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