Our faculty and staff provide a combination of in-person, group study and online courses, offering an opportunity to work toward a degree through studies that focus on work, workers and the working-class presence — social, cultural and institutional — in a historical and contemporary context.
Our center is located at Hudson Street in Manhattan. Our other locations include Joint Board-IBEW Local 3 Headquarters in Flushing, Rochambeau School in White Plains, UA Plumbers Local Union 1 Training Center in Long Island City, and UFT Teacher Training Centers located in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.
The Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Center for Labor Studies also coordinates partnerships with select organizations. Partnership benefits are available to students who enroll through a partnership program with one of the participating partners below:
Labor studies is an interdisciplinary inquiry into the working-class presence and its forms that draws upon both the social sciences and the humanities.
Labor Writes 2015 (PDF 8,196kB)
Paraprofessional Perspectives (PDF 619kB)