Come to Union!

Grow your faith

With more than 40 student-led weekly worship opportunities and spiritual mentors to help you create a personalized journey, you’ll live in an environment that encourages a stronger connection with your Creator. Learn more about spiritual life at Union.

Be in the middle of everything

Our capital city offers you exciting internships and jobs thanks to state government, international business, a Big Ten university and a booming tech industry on the Silicon Prairie. Learn more about Lincoln.

Explore exceptional academics

Immerse yourself in an educational experience ranked in the top tier by U.S. News and which led to 100% first-time board pass rates by both our nursing and physician assistant programs.

Live your calling

Trying to find where God is leading? We’ll help you discover what He designed you to do and give you the education to do it. We guarantee it!

Planning to attend Union?

Here are some helpful links.

Acceptance checklist—this is great place to see what you need to do to get registered.

uConnect—find out when you need to arrive on campus and what to expect. 

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Want to see Union for yourself? Come for a free preview. We'll even help pay for your travel.

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you can afford union 

College sounds expensive. But when you crunch the numbers, you just might be surprised at how affordable Union can be.

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Our alumni go on to do big things—both in Lincoln and all over the world.

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the five biggest questions of your life

During your college years, you'll be answering the five questions that will have the biggest effect on the rest of your life. Where do you want to make those decisions? Watch.

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why union students succeed

Research show that Union students are far more likely to succeed in life thanks to key experiences at Union College.

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What does it mean to find a calling? For these Union students, it meant discovering the person God created them to be—and then learning to be that person.

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