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Like many Union College students, Shelina Berglund, a senior from Idaho, will stop at nothing—even dumpster diving—if that’s what it takes to lend a hand. On Thursday, Sept. 9, Berglund will lead Project Impact, a day when more than 800 Union students and employees take a day out of classes and work to serve more than 50 sites throughout the Lincoln community service organizations.
The annual Union College Library fair will be held September 16, 2010 from 3-6 p.m. This year the fair features a sports theme with a variety of activities for everyone. Participants will be able to explore sports-related books from the library collection, try their hands at bowling or golfing, and join a Wii competition.
An internship is part of the curriculum for business
Whether timing the perfect candid, constructing a scene or digitally manipulating elements after the fact, there are a myriad ways photographers interact with their tools and their world to create art. The Young Alumni Art Exhibit on display in the McClelland Art Gallery showcases a wide range of styles, encouraging visitors to consider what makes a photo a work of art.
Summer is a quiet time at Union College, and each fall students rejuvenate the campus. For the last three months, syllabi have been written, dorm rooms refurbished, classrooms constructed, and in a thousand ways faculty, staff, and administrators have prepared for students to return. Welcome back, we missed you.
Union College Library recently became the thirtieth participant to join the Nebraska Memories project of the Nebraska Library Commission. This collaborative initiative encourages organizations holding historical photographic material related to Nebraska to contribute scanned images to the project. The original organizations retain ownership of the documents and digital files. Funded by the State of Nebraska, the Nebraska Memories database s
Union College invites students from around Nebraska to visit during the Nebraska Independent College Foundation's annual College Week. Nebraska high school students are encouraged to consider the nine member colleges and universities located throughout the state. Visitors will have an opportunity to talk with admissions and financial aid counselors, take a campus tour and (as available) talk with an advisor in their academic field.
Your ACT scores are needed to determine:
1. Your acceptance to Union College;
2. The English and math classes for which you may register; and
3. Your merit scholarship award amount.
Act quickly if you still need to take (or retake) the ACT for acceptance to Union, for placement in higher level math and/or English class(es), or for better scholarship award amounts.
New students are able to access Self-Service upon acceptance and before registration day. Are you wondering what Self-Service is and how to get started? Explore the questions and answers below. If your question is not answered here, feel free to call 800.228.4600.
The education program at Union College offers diverse classroom experiences, making graduates "classroom ready" and sought after by schools all over North America. Student teaching and observation hours are fulfilled in a variety of setting including Adventist and public classrooms, and in single- and multi-grade settings like the two-room elementary lab school, located on Union's campus.
The Division of Fine Arts welcomes Cynthia Stokes as a full-time faculty member in the Music Department. Mrs. Stokes has directed the Union College Concert Winds since January 2008 and has taught instrumental lessons and Woodwind techniques over the past two years. She brings over 30 years of music teaching experience at levels ranging from first grade through college level.
The Division of Business and Computer Science* mission statement is "to prepare professionals for Christian service in the business world by providing a quality, student-oriented education that emphasizes ethics and balances practice and theory." Service events include working with the Good Neighbor Community Center, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), and Junior Achievement (JA).
Plan now for Project Impact, September 9--a day of community service you will never forget. Each year, Union students, staff and faculty take a day off classes to impact the Lincoln community with a variety of service projects. The Campus Ministries team plans this event as a catalyst for you to engage in service opportunities throughout the year. Get started by reading about last fall's Project Impact here.
Union Scholars is an honors program where students take interactive interdisciplinary classes that focus on the theme of "Global Issues." The program replaces the 54 semester units of general education requirements with 46 semester units of Union Scholars courses from areas such as religion, humanities, and science plus a volunteer service component. In their senior year, Scholars pursue a specific area of interest through an independent study and research project called an Honors Thesis.
Below are some items you can complete this summer to save time registration day.
Below are items you can complete this summer to save time registration day.
Brief reviews of new books and resources in the library are available on the Union College Library Facebook fan page. The library also invites readers to visit the summer reading discussion and share what you are reading this summer. Become a fan today and keep in touch with the library this summer.