Thrive at the intersections of scientific probing and artistic flair. Of intellectual curiosity and serious fun. Of an idyllic campus, and an urban setting.
Since 1795, we've been challenging convention, blurring boundaries and shaking up traditional thinking.
Drawing connections among the arts, engineering, humanities, science and social sciences, and applying those connections to problem-solving is where Union students truly excel.
Union gives you all the ingredients to create a college experience that's uniquely yours—guided by your passions, your interests, your imagination.
Students leave Union knowing themselves, ready to take on the world. Employers value the creative thinking and leadership skills for which our graduates are known.
Since 1795, Union College has been defining—and redefining—the meaning of a liberal arts education.
Adirondack Research Library Steering Committee meeting circa 1985
Edith Pilcher and Vincent Schaefer at the opening of the Adirondack Research Library. June, 6, 1980
Adirondack Survey 1892 and 1873 by Verplanck Colvin Sketch Showing the Progress of the Primary Triangulation
Map of the Great Forest of Northern New York. The Proposed Adirondack Park 1890.
Map of the Railroads of the State of New York 1856.
Map of the Tracts Patents and Land Grants of Northern New York 1893.
Stoddard Map of the Adirondack Wildernes 1892.
Stoddard Hygrographic Survey of Lake George 1906.
Earl Paxter at Apperson Camp Circa 1920.
A Trip onto Au Sable Lake 1914.
Trip onto Au Sable Lake Club House 1914.
Ski Trip to Mt. Washington with Dartmouth College 1914 Group Photo.
Langmuir and other at Mt Marcy Summit.
Forest Preserve booth at the White Plains Garden Club show 1950s.
Paul Schaefer and an unidentified man in front of the fireplace at the Beaver House circa 1975.
Man filming a group carrying canoes toward the Hudson River circa 1970s for Of Rivers and Men.
Howard Zahniser outside at Mateskared circa 1960.
Governor Nelson Rockefeller signing the Adirondack Park Agency's Private Land Use and Development Plan 1973.
Paul Schaefer at a typewriter at his 897. St. David's Lane Niskayuna, NY home circa 1978.
Paul Schaefer outside the door to the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks offices circa 1963.
Paul Schaefer with Adirondack Relief Map.
An Open Camp in the Adirondacks
Eighth Lake Carry Fulton Chain.
Log Jam Adirondacks NY
Lunch on Top of Eagle Mountain.
Seventh Lake and Seventh Lake Mountains Fulton Chain
Str. Clearwater Stopping at Beckers Camp Fourth Lake
Chet Rice on Marcy The Big Drift 5/10/1953.
Kay Flickinger Dockstader hiking with bedroll.
Kay Flickinger Dockstader putting on lipstick.
Lunch on Saddleback Mountain.
Rocky Peak Ridge 10/19/1946.
Bob Marshall Herb Clark and George Marshall.
Bob Marshall with backpack.
Bob Marshall without backpack.
George Marshall and Herb Clark.
Guide Herb Clark.