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SEIU Free College Benefit

SEIU℠ Free College Benefit

EARN AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE, OR CERTIFICATE, OR COMPLETE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE ONLINE FOR FREE—PAY NOTHING FOR TUITION, FEES, OR E-BOOKS!

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SEIU Free College Partners

  • Earn an Associate’s degree or certificate, or complete your 1st Bachelor’s Degree—for free!

  • Pay nothing out-of-pocket for tuition, fees, or e-books—a savings of at least $20,000!

  • Open to eligible SEIU members and their families.1

Choose from several online programs offered by participating accredited colleges:

Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC)2
Offering Associate Degrees and Certificates, with campuses in Youngstown and Steubenville, OH, and is part of the University System of Ohio.

Central State University3
Offering Bachelor’s Degree completion options, CSU is the only public HBCU in Ohio and a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

Paul Quinn College
Paul Quinn, one of the most innovative small colleges in America, is a private, faith-based, four-year, liberal arts-inspired HBCU located in Dallas Texas, and is nationally accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TACCS).

Your college degree is within reach!

Read our Frequently Asked Questions or call 1-855-469-SEIU (-7348) toll free to talk to an advisor.

Enrollment with the SEIU Free College Benefit is simple:

  1. Register or sign in to your SEIU Member account and click Get Started.

  2. Complete the online inquiry form.

  3. A Free College admissions counselor will contact you and work with you to determine the best school to meet your academic goals. After speaking with the counselor, complete and submit the application for the school you wish to attend.

  4. The Free College Benefit requires students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Any grant award must be applied to tuition, fees, and e-book charges at the school where you enroll with the scholarship.

  5. Submit official transcripts for any credits you’ll want evaluated for credit.

That’s it! The SEIU Free College Benefit covers the difference between any federal, state, or employer education grants you receive and the cost of tuition, fees, and e-books.

Take the next step toward your future—apply now!

 
SEIU Free College Benefit

SEIU℠ Free College Benefit

EARN AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE, OR CERTIFICATE, OR COMPLETE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE ONLINE FOR FREE—PAY NOTHING FOR TUITION, FEES, OR E-BOOKS!

Register

Register or sign in to access this exclusive SEIU member benefit.

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1. Eligible SEIU members are full dues paying members in good standing, and their spouses, domestic partners, children, parents, siblings, and financial dependents. Retirees and their families are also eligible.


2. Eastern Gateway Community College is part of the University System of Ohio and regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Please note: The accreditation for Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) has temporarily been put on probation. However, EGCC remains an accredited institution throughout this probationary period while they work on a resolution. This does not affect the awarding or recognition of degrees, or transferability for past, present or future students. For more information, please see: https://egcc.edu/hlc-2/.


3. Central State University is part of the University System of Ohio and is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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