AUM Hindu Association
Provides a means for Hindu students to collaborate,as well as for Union College students and faculty to learn about the Hindu religion. Members have the opportunity to learn and/or educate the Union student body about Hinduism through discussion, prayers, debate, celebrations and recognition of Hindu culture and values. All students, faculty, & staff are welcome.
Campus Protestant Ministries
The Union College Campus Protestant Ministry offers opportunities for service, guidance, care, fellowship and fun for the over 300 Protestant students on campus.
Catholic Student Association
This Bible-believing association is supported by the Albany Diocese where students, faculty and staff can find fellowship and friendship on campus as well as in the local Catholic community.
Dinner and Discussion around Difference
A student facilitated discussion of matters pertaining to the search for meaning, authenticity and purpose. This is hosted by the Campus Protestant Ministry and is opened to all interested members of the Union Community.
Chabad is the heart of Jewish life at Union. It is a home where all are welcome regardless of background or affiliation. A place where every Jew is family. A Jewish student organization at Union that provides educational, social, and recreational programming for students and faculty.
Hillel is the official organization of the Jewish students on campus. In the spring of 2009, Union's Hillel was selected by Hillel International to take part in the "Small and Mighty Campuses of Excellence II," a pilot program to enhance Jewish life on small campuses. The Jewish Chaplain serves as staff advisor.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
ICF is a means for Christians on campus to get together and get to know each other. This group meets weekly for Bible study, prayer and singing as in smaller groups for prayer and other activities at other times during the week. The UCCF also organizes retreats and other activities for the fellowship alone. All students are welcome.
Friends and family of those who support all types of religious community at our not so secular-secular Union College.
Muslim Students' Association
Promotes unity and joint action both among Muslims and among Muslims and non-Muslims, whether with other Union organizations or in a less structured manner. Provide congregational prayer times with on-campus locations, community service projects, and events with other MSA's in the capital region.