The answer is YES, you can work and earn your degree.
More than 50% of our students attend college on a part-time basis while working full-time and part-time jobs. It just takes a bit more planning to schedule classes around your family and work responsibilities. It may also take more effort to hold down a job and still get good grades, but you can do it! With all the campus resources available at the community colleges, you will get the support you need. We offer flexible class schedules, online learning options, financial aid, scholarships, and many other student support services that can help you reach your educational and career goals.
Steps to Success
We offer many campus resources that can help you balance your family
and work responsibilities while pursuing your college degree, such as:
- Academic Advising
- Career Centers
- Computer Labs
- Day Care
- Disability Support Services
- Distance Learning and Online Classes
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Free Parking
- Health Centers
- Off-campus Learning Centers
- Student Activities
- Tutoring Services
- University and Education Centers
- Weekend and evening classes
Contact the college of your choice for more details on these resources.