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At Union College, you'll find the best overall value in Adventist higher education. Find out how our new 100 percent renewable scholarships make our college experience more affordable than ever.

Find out more right away: 402.486.2504 or enroll [at] ucollege [dot] edu


Apply Now—it won't cost you anything

Think Union College might be right for you? Take a few minutes to fill out our online application. It doesn't cost anything and if you do, we'll help pay for your trip to Union for a FREE visit.

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Find your major (and your calling)

At Union College, we're passionate about helping you find what you are passionate about. Explore our extensive list of more than 50 majors in 27 fields of study to find the just the right fit for you.

Explore majors   Discover your calling

 

Paying for college—it’s more affordable than you think

Your college education is an investment in your future, and at Union College you’ll find that investment far more affordable than you think. Explore all the ways we can help you pay for your education.

Tuition and Scholarships   College Survival Guide

 

Visit for FREE—We’ll even pay for the trip!

We love Union College, and we think you will, too. But don't take our word for it. Come see for yourself. You visit is FREE, and we'll even help pay for the trip (up to $250).

Schedule a visit

 

Find the answers you seek—operators are standing by

Connect with us so we can help you discover just how affordable a Union education can be.

Call: 402.486.2504     Email: enroll [at] ucollege [dot] edu
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Don’t take our word for it.

Here's why students from all over the world choose to make Union thier college home.

Ricky Amimo, junior pre-PA major from Kenya

Ricky believes Union is preparing him to treat his future patient's spiritual ailments, as well physical, in his career as a health care provider.

 

Alexandra Wilson, junior biomedical science major from Massechusetts

This Bostonian was surprised to find how much everyone at Union cared about her even when they first met.

 

David Kabanje, junior social work and theology major from California

David has appreciated the diversity he has found in America's heartland—in both people and achitecture.

 

Sierra Clark, sophomore English major from Kansas

Sierra feels she has learned a lot about herself at Union, and can now see thing in new ways as God works in her life.

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