Stop the Stigma—a 5K walk for mental health awareness and suicide prevention (Sept. 24)

Union College is hosting Stop the Stigma, a 5K walk event on September 24 for mental health awareness and suicide prevention. September is National Suicide Awareness Month and the Union College Active Minds chapter wants to help break down barriers for students dealing with stress, depression and other challenges.

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A message from President Sauder about diversity at Union College

President Sauder talks about diversity on Union’s campus

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Union College ranked one of “America’s Best” for 15th year

 Union College has once again been ranked among America’s best colleges and universities by U.S. News. This year, Union also rated highly in the publication’s lists for best value, social mobility and diversity. These 2021 rankings…

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Parents Weekend—Virtual

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The Warriors are back (with COVID caveats)

Union’s varsity soccer and volleyball teams hope to begin their seasons this week, but COVID may have something to say about that.

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IRR students help Iowa town clean up after devastating wind storm—updated August 20

A team of Union College international rescue and relief students and faculty left early this morning to spend a week helping the residents of Belle Plaine after an unusual windstorm caused extensive damage in the small eastern Iowa town.

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Register for the Golf Classic fundraiser (Sept. 18)

You are invited! 2020 has been an interesting year, marked with many challenges. One of those has been the decision to host the annual Golf Classic. After consulting with alumni and donors, we have decided…

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Union senior uses her talents to market Main Street

Union College senior Judith Grey is completing an internship this summer with Rural Futures Institute where she is helping to build campaigns to attract people to Pierce County, Nebraska.

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Union College recognized for excellence in educator preparation

The Union College Education Program is proud to announce it has earned the approval of CAEP, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. It’s one more way Union is demonstrating its dedication to the success of its students and their future students.

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Registration 2020: what you need to know

New students register Aug. 5-7. Returning students register Aug. 9. Get started early through Self-Service. View the Registration Checklist (PDF). College registration is an exciting time—seeing friends again for the first time in months, getting…

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From cornfields to laboratories: interdisciplinary research reaps career rewards

An interdisciplinary research project combined drones data collection and plant biology research on Nebraska crops to create a project that helps prepare students for careers in science and health care.

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Magazine Writing class celebrates 25 years of writing for Outlook

In the fall of 2019, nine students in Union’s Magazine Writing class wrote the feature articles for the May 2020 issue of Outlook magazine, a publication of the Mid-America Seventh-day Adventist Church with a circulation of more than 30,000.

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