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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.

Union student lands Washington internship

When senior White House policy analyst Allan Manuel visited Union College in November 2012 to encourage students to explore a career in civil service, Iliana Panameno couldn’t attend his chapel talk. But with Manuel’s help, Panameno, a senior social work major, will spend the summer as an intern at the Institute for Philanthropy and Voluntary Service in Washington, D.C.

"Our Promising Future" campaign tops $13 million

Union College’s new science and mathematics complex is nearing reality—both physically and financially. Already the framework for the new 58,000-square-foot building towers over what used to be parking lots between Rees Hall and Larson Lifestyle Center on the north side of the campus, and the complex is well on its way to completion at the end of the calendar year.

Finding the right school at the right time.

“In October 2009, my nursing advisor at Southeast Community College said they would put my name on the list, and I could probably start taking nursing classes in 2012,” recalled Damion Caudy. “I left my advisor’s office that day and thought, what am I going to do? I have a daughter at home to support. I have to go to school! Ten or fifteen seconds later, I heard an ad for the Union College nursing program on the radio.”

Welcome to the new ucollege.edu (2012)

Simply by visiting this page, you've probably noticed something different about Union's website: everything. For the last sixteen months, our Web team at Union College has been working towards this update—and throughout this time, we've been constantly reminded that few worthwhile things are ever easy.

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More than a degree: Robinson's story

Photo of Robinson holding a weight in his hand.

Robinson Aigbokhan, a senior from Nigeria, learned to build both physical and spiritual muscles at Union College.

Teaching teachers at George Stone School

Every year, the students at George Stone School help train new educators.

Five years of progress: 2006-2011

As the Mid-America Union prepares for its constituency meetings, we invite you to take a moment to review a few hightlights from the last five years at Union College. At every step of the way, the leadership and constituents of the Mid-America Union have supported Union College. Whether participating in Project Impact, funding infrastructure upgrades, advising through the Board of Trustees, rejoicing, praying or hoping with us, The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mid-America demonstrates over and over again its support for the mission and vision of Union College.

Building a local network leads to national connections

The annual Division of Business and Computer Science field day provides opportunities for students to learn about a given field, line up internships and network.

Student research measures effect of music on athletes


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