Admissions Application | Apply to Union

If you are enrolling as a transfer student interested in nursing, do not fill out this application, but click here and follow the steps.

Students applying for the master's program in physician assistant studies should follow the instructions here. (For a pre-PA bachelor's degree, or any other program, apply using the form below.)

Personal Information
You cannot be eligible for federal loans, grants and other need-based financial aid without submitting your social security number in this application or by phone to 402.486.2504. International students should leave this field blank.
Are you a U.S. military veteran.
Place of Birth
These categories were developed by the U.S. government to describe groups to which individuals belong, identify with, or belong in the eyes of the community. The categories do not denote scientific definitions of anthropological origins. You are not required to answer these questions, but Union College is required to collect the data. First state whether you consider yourself Hispanic or Latino, then select a racial group.
Student's Current Contact Information
Example: 402.486.2600 (Home)
Parent/Legal Guardian Information
Educational Information
If you are unsure, enter "deciding."
Example: pre-law, pre-dental, pre-med.
High School
Enrollment Status/Programs
Note: Single students under 22 wishing to live off-campus must complete an Off-Campus Housing Request unless living at home.
Enrollment Date Planned
Union College Student Life Agreement

The college desires that students gain experience in making personal decisions based on Seventh-day Adventist principles of Christian living. By choosing to enroll at Union College, you are expressing a willingness to make decisions which are guided by the following principles:

  1. To maintain a lifestyle of moral purity.
  2. To practice honesty in all aspects of life.
  3. To respect the property, personal dignity, time and right to privacy of others.
  4. To dress modestly, appropriately, and with good taste.
  5. To actively participate in a lifestyle which includes personal devotions, group worship and service to others.
  6. To value and pursue a healthy lifestyle, including good nutrition, regular exercise and adequate rest. The use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or the misuse of prescription drugs is not acceptable.
  7. To develop an appreciation for great art, music and literature.
  8. To seek truth and to recognize that the college views the Bible as life's ultimate guidebook.
  9. To treat others with graciousness, demonstrating tolerance for diversity.
  10. To maintain high standards of taste and decency in conduct, expression and citizenship.
  11. To help others fulfill their student life agreement.
Campus Security Statement
Consistent with the federal Campus Security Act, if you have answered "yes" to either question above, please upload a letter of explanation. Include in the letter your name and date(s) of incident(s). This form accepts files saved as .doc, .docx, .txt, .rtf, .html, .htm, and .odf.
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