Join us for an eye-opening workshop on sociocracy, the groundbreaking decision-making method that is transforming the way organizations collaborate and function. We will delve into the principles and practices of sociocracy, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to revolutionize decision-making within your team. Read more and register.

New study reveals upsurge in unionization and strikes in higher education. This report released by the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, State of the Unions 2023: A Profile of Organized Labor in New York City, New York State, and the United States, is a part of an annual publication series, documents recent trends in unionization patterns. Read the full report.

School of Labor and Urban Studies in collaboration with AFSCME and DC 37 are proud to announce the Lillian Roberts Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship, named in honor of former DC 37 Executive Director, is designed to help eligible members of AFSCME and DC 37 and the children of eligible members to pursue their goals of higher education. Learn more.

The CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies vision derives from its core values: access to education, diversity at every level, social justice, and equality for all. CUNY SLU programs developed in collaboration with unions, municipal agencies, and community groups enable students to take advantage of employer, union, and other benefits to cover the cost of their tuition. Learn more.