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Union College is an ongoing story, told in many chapters and composed by many authors. The College's home page endeavors to share portions of that story with our on- and off-campus communities.

A semester in the life of a church

photo of Eliezer, theology student during his student pastoring, hugging a woman

Ah yes, we’ve all heard it: “some things you just won’t learn in a classroom.” Those words never rang truer for me than this fall semester. While many of my friends returned to Union College for another semester of lectures and late night cramming, I was able to experience firsthand some of the joys (and woes) in the life of a pastor.

The lifecycle of a theology student

They arrive, freshmen in their first year of Greek. They come with ideas, ideals, concerns over mastering an unknown language, but intrigued with a deeper knowledge of the NewTestament.They have a wide range of learning, backgrounds and experiences in churches, and different walks with God.Yet, they desire to serve Him more fully.

Expanded simulation center preps nursing students for real practice

For nursing students like Zachary Krall, learning to make life and death patient care decisions can be a daunting challenge. But thanks to Union College’s newly expanded Nursing Simulation Center, Krall can practice in an environment even closer to the real thing, with interconnected rooms, high-tech patient simulators and volunteer patients who mimic the experience of a real hospital.

Schober and Krueger retire from nursing program

Two long-time professors retired this past school year after teaching at Union College well over half a century combined. Both Valeree Krueger and Charlotte Schober taught in the nursing program for more than 30 years.

Union graduate weathers cancer of the mind

The cherry trees were in full bloom the day Liza Ngenye learned she had stage three lymphoma blanketing her trachea like the downy mat of pink blossoms underfoot. The night before, she had gone to bed a healthy graduate student at the prestigious George Washington University. Within hours she would awake in the night gasping for breath and pleading hoarsely for dispatch to send an ambulance.

Leadership is a process

Photo of Selina Jeong holding up an "I love UNION!" sign during Project Impact

At Union, teamwork isn’t just for athletes. I would never have become who I am today without the support of my teammates in ASB and Campus Ministries.

During my freshman year, I received an email saying Campus Ministries was looking for a public relations person, someone to make posters. I had no idea what I was doing, but I applied. Little did I know this experience would begin my path to leadership.

Video: Tuition Freedom Day 2016

 

Tuition Freedom Day 2016

You may know a lot about Union College, but did you know that the gifts of generous alumni and friends pay for 26 percent of the cost of each Union student's education?

IRR major spends the summer as a wildland fire fighter

Some summer jobs involve flipping burgers, watching youngsters swim or filing in an office, but not for Connor Kraegel. The senior international rescue and relief major spent an exciting summer as a Wildland fire fighter for the Shoshone National Forest Wildland Fire Module, fighting wildfires in the region.

Finding a calling in service

“If I would have known better, I would have done better.”

Angela Washington listened to the repentant cry of a mom in anguish. Sitting in a cold courtroom, watching the mom huddled close with her loved ones awaiting the upcoming verdict, she saw a judge decide the fate of this family.

Renewable scholarships make Union a top value in Adventist education

Unexpected Affordability

For some students, studying at an Adventist college seems like an impossible dream—especially when state subsidies make a public university education appear much more affordable. But Union College’s new scholarship program could change all that. Starting this fall (2015-16), freshman will be eligible to receive new four-year 100 percent renewable scholarships from $6,500 up to free tuition.

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