National Labor College

The National Labor College originated in 1974 as a branch campus of Antioch University. The College meets the educational needs of union members and working adults not served by traditional educational programs. The National Labor College offers a flexible, low-residency approach that allows students to pursue a bachelor's degree while continuing their union work. Bachelor's degree programs include majors in labor studies, labor education, political economy of labor, union leadership and administration, labor history, and labor safety and health. A bachelor's of technical and professional studies is also offered.

10000 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20903
301-431-6400

Web Site: www.nlc.edu

Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 221
Male: 178    Female: 43
Full-time: 19    Part-time: 202

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $6,264*
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $174*
Mandatory fees: $200

Campus Housing:
Room and Board: $4,200

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor's, Bachelor's in Technical and Professional Studies (BTPS), which is fully online

Calendar: spring, summer, and fall semesters

Entry Requirements: Minimum of 56 semester credits in transfer from an accredited college or university or from a program evaluated by the American Council on Education or other nationally recognized body.

Application Deadlines: Rolling Admissions

Title IV Code: M00177

* Reduced rate for active members of AFL-CIO affiliated unions only.