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Kind Eyes, Holistic Care
“There was no question in my mind that Union was the place to be,” Tabitha Fleming said. She graduated from Union’s nursing program in May 2021, but she recalls how different Union was from the…
Jean-Christian Touré: Computing a calling
In theory, running a successful business is easy: find what people need or desire and provide it for a reasonable price. But reality is a lot more complicated and a lot more rewarding. Jean-Christian Touré, a 2018 Union College graduate, found this out when his side hustle became a thriving tech company providing application development, digital marketing, and IT services to businesses across Colorado and into Wyoming.
Start college with a life coach on your side
Jehiel Exil found that he could face the challenges of starting college with the help of his life coach.
Union focuses new funding on student success
Union College will use new funding to dramatically expand a Student Success program that will provide the extra resources and mentoring students need to be the person God created them to be.
Mardian Blair: From shepherd to CEO
After a lifetime of accomplishments, Mardian Blair is thankful for the people he met in high school and college—including his wife, Joan—who pushed him to be his best.
VIDEO: Taking a hands-on path to med school
Shannice Baker Mabandla wanted to be a physician, so she chose Union’s international rescue and relief program because of the unique hands-on approach and global focus. Now that she has finished medical school at Loma Linda University, the 2015 Union graduate reflects on how her experiences in IRR helped her get into medical school and prepared her to thrive.
VIDEO: Be a physician assistant
Want to be a medical professional? Become a physician assistant at Union College. Our master’s program will prepare you for one of the top careers in America (ranked #3 by U.S. News) and every graduate has passed their board exam on the first attempt the past two years.
Déjà-vu or Destiny?
Was it déjà-vu or destiny? Recently Madison Wagnaar ‘16—a marketing associate for FTI consulting in Denver, Colorado—was instantaneously transported back to a Union College classroom, a memory of an intense discussion with Professor Barry Forbes and her classmates.
Rande and Heather Colburn: Right where they are supposed to be
As Union graduates Rande and Heather Colburn look back on their lives since college, they believe they are right where they are supposed to be.
A teacher on the edge
A Union graduate followed her dream to become a teacher at a mission school on the edge of the country.
VIDEO: Design your own opportunities
Graphic design major Jovan Cross believes his professors are teaching him to create his own opportunities—not just wait for a job to come to him.
Video: I didn’t wait to start nursing school
Lindsey Martinsen didn’t want to wait two years to enroll in nursing school. So she tried Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.