Important notice: Unemployed, furloughed, and laid off union workers and their extended family are all eligible to enroll in Free College. The interested student should complete an inquiry form and follow the enrollment steps.
I.U.P.A. FREE COLLEGE BENEFIT
SOCIAL WORK DEGREE • HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION DEGREE • ENVIRONMENT and CONSERVATION FOCUS of BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DEGREE • PROFESSIONAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT • TEACHER EDUCATION (Associate of Arts) • CYBER SECURITY • DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING • ADVERTISING • PROGRAMMING AND DEVELOPMENT • DATA SCIENCE • HOSPITALITY - EVENT MANAGEMENT • HOSPITALITY - HOTEL AND CONVENTION MANAGEMENT
A Degree Makes A Difference
Eastern Gateway Community College is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, so credits you earn are transferable. Over half of all college students choose community college to begin their higher education and they provide students with a solid foundation to continue their education.
EGCC will give you up to 33 credits towards your degree for your law enforcement academic and certified training. We will also work with you to ensure any previous college work or relevant work or military experience counts toward your degree.
EGCC is transfer-friendly. They strive to ensure you get as much credit as possible toward your degree for previous work. And the credits and degree you earn at EGCC are transferable to colleges all over the country.
HERE ARE THE NEXT STEPS
Family of I.U.P.A. members are defined as children (or stepchildren), grandchildren (or step-grandchildren), spouses, domestic partners, and financial dependents.
START NOW, YOUR FREE COLLEGE BENEFIT AWAITS
Your dream of going back to school can become a reality. It all starts with the decision to take action.
It's as easy as 1-2-3!
1. Apply to Eastern Gateway. (Click Here)
2. Complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA for Spring 2020 classes. (If you’re planning on Fall 2020 classes, please also complete the 2020/2021 FAFSA). (Click Here)
3. Provide proof of High School graduation or GED completion. Acceptable proof includes official or unofficial High School/GED transcripts OR a copy of your diploma OR official college transcript showing Associate Degree or higher. (Click Here)