Video: Slinga de Ink 2015


Enjoy a new rendition of Union's school song featuring 2015 nursing graduate Azriel Peckham and current student Yary Jiminez.

Thanks to Mike Mennard for the arrangement and sound track and Ryan Teller and William Turk for video production. Filmed with a Nikon D800 with a Nikkor 35mm F2 lens mounted on a DJI Ronin M, and a GoPro Hero2.

New York Times Online Available Starting August 3

Video: A Snapshot of Life at Union


Ever wonder what life is like at Union College? Join Laryssa Schnell as she shares a snapshot of her day as a Union student.

New Databases Provided by the Nebraska Library Commission

Through the NebraskAccess program the Nebraska Library Commission provides state-wide access to a number of library databases funded by the state legislature. Significant changes to the array of databases available through NebraskAccess take effect on July 1, 2015.

The Library Acquires New Online Periodical Collections

In preparation for fall classes, the library is in the process of adding four new online resources. JSTOR's Arts & Sciences I and Arts & Sciences II collections as well as the Biblical Archaeology Society Online Archive are already available through the library's website.

New Exhibit: Sharing Light Around the World

On March 5 a new exhibit featuring the stories of thirty Union College alumni honored with golden cords opened in the library's gallery.

VIdeo: Watch God Work


Trying to figure out what study? Where to go to college? Sit back and watch God work. 

Union College 2015 graduates explain how they saw God's hand directing them to Union and through the challenges of college and life.

Video: International Rescue and Relief—a unique path to medical school


Union College senior Shannice Baker talks about how Union College's International Rescue and Relief program have prepared her in uniques ways for a career in medicine.

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Union College introduces an early admission track for nursing program

Start your nursing education now

Do you feel called to be a nurse? Don’t worry about two year waiting lists. Check out a nursing program where graduates pass the national licensure test on the first attempt at a much higher rate than the national average. Now Union College has introduced two new ways to give nursing students peace of mind while they follow their calling: a nursing scholarship and an Early Admission Track.

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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