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    Get your degree in 2019…for free!

    January 8, 2019

January 8, 2019

Get your degree in 2019…for free!

Registration for the next semester of the UFCW’s Free College Benefit is open until January 11, so if you are a UFCW member, retired UFCW member, or a family member and one of your New Year’s resolutions was to go back to school and get your degree, make sure you don’t miss the deadline!


NEW CLASSES COMING SPRING 2019

• TEACHER EDUCATION DEGREE • CYBER SECURITY • DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING • ADVERTISING • PROGRAMMING AND DEVELOPMENT

 • DATA SCIENCE • HOSPITALITY – EVENT MANAGEMENT • HOSPITALITY – HOTEL AND CONVENTION MANAGEMENT


This amazing benefit  makes it possible for UFCW members and their families to earn an Associate Degree online through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) with no out-of-pocket costs or need for loans.

The UFCW’s Free College Benefit is designed to help UFCW members and their families balance work and home life. You can attend school part-time or full-time – whichever fits your schedule. All you need to get started is a high school degree or GED, and there are no entrance exams to worry about.

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New Year, New You! Get Your Degree in 2019

More about Eastern Gateway Community College


Eastern Gateway Community College is a public, open-access college located in Steubenville, Ohio, with sites in Youngstown and Warren. The college is part of the University System of Ohio and regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. EGCC is committed to innovation and increasing quality educational opportunities for students in Ohio and across the country. The staff of EGCC is union represented.

EGCC is one the fastest growing colleges in Ohio. The school is a national Achieving the Dream Leader College, an American Association of Community Colleges School of Excellence, and recognized nationally for its efforts to prepare a diverse student population for career success. They are also transfer-friendly, which means they strive to accept previous college credits students may have earned elsewhere.