Are you interested in exploring opportunities for professional development or personal growth? Is a family member ready to return to college and chase their dreams? Either way, as an IAMAW union member, you and your entire family are welcome.
Click here to learn more about the IAMAW Union Network of Colleges.
What does the IAMAW network of colleges and universities provide?
- Discounted tuition rates for 50+ online programs built for adult students.
- A supportive, personal admissions experience with a dedicated admissions counselor.
- Transcript evaluation to determine how existing credits will translate to your degree.
- Student support services, such as career counseling, financial aid, disability services, to navigate the challenges of returning to school.
Our Colleges and Universities offer online programs, to accommodate the busy schedules of working adults.
- Degree programs to help adult students complete their degrees faster and get on with their careers.
- Prior learning, including work experience and military training, by awarding college credits to eligible adult learners. This can help reduce the time needed to complete a degree.
- Support services for adult learners, including career counseling, academic advising, and tutoring to help them succeed academically and professionally.
- We assist adult students in navigating financial aid options and offer scholarships specifically designed for adult learners.
How we help you and your family save money?
- All IAMAW College and Universities have agreed to discount their tuition rate for all union members and their families.
- A discounted tuition makes education more affordable for adult students, who often must juggle multiple financial responsibilities, such as family expenses, mortgages, and other debts. Lower tuition costs can ease the financial burden and make higher education more accessible.
It’s time to begin your college journey! You will be matched with the network college or university that most closely aligns with your experience, background, and goals. You’ll then work with an admissions counselor at your matched school to take the next steps toward your academic journey.
Your union wants you to be aware that these benefits exist and that they may be helpful to you. Your union, however, is not a party to any agreement entered into by you and EBS or the school and is not responsible in any way for the operation or administration of any program.