Higher Education

The MTA represents approximately 18,000 higher education members. They work on the Amherst, Boston and Lowell campuses of the University of Massachusetts system, at nine state universities, and at 15 community colleges. Members include faculty, part-time and continuing education faculty, administrators, librarians and support staff.


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Illuminating the need to defend public higher education
MTA higher education locals — working with The Illuminator, a group of activist artists based in New York City — lit up campuses and communities on Nov. 18 and 19 with high-powered projections and personal messages as they advocated for the funding necessary to stop damaging job and program cuts on their campuses — and support, rather than the crushing burden of debt, for students. The tour included Springfield, Amherst, Worcester, Dartmouth, Boston and Salem, and it drew union members from community colleges, state universities and UMass campuses.

 

Speaking Out for Our Students and Our Campuses

Education is a human right

Lighting Up Worcester State University

Lighting Up Springfield Technical Community College

Lighting Up Salem State University

Defend Higher Ed Teach-In

Education is a human right

Defend Public Higher Ed Now

Virtual Emergency Hearing on Public Higher Education

STCC Faculty and Staff Protest

UMass Boston Rally for Funding

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