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Our Inclusive Campus

Our Inclusive Campus

A Union of differences

In today's increasingly interconnected world, developing cultural competency and embracing differences is essential to success.

At Union, you'll be encouraged to challenge yourself and your way of thinking. In fact, interacting with students, faculty members and others from a variety of backgrounds is one of the most important dimensions of your college experience. These influences will help you grow and expand. Ethnic and cultural diversity enrich our student life, academic programs and campus activities. You'll also experience diversity based on race, religion, ability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and national origin.

Multicultural Affairs

The Office of Multicultural Affairs develops and implements diversity leadership programs for the Union College community. The office works to enhance collaboration among campus organizations and provide program assistance for cultural events, LGBTQ programs, religious programs and other special events. 

Religious and Spiritual Life

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life supports students in their quest to practice their faith or explore alternative faiths, belief systems and spiritual traditions in an open and caring environment.

Disability Services

The Disability Services office is committed to providing students with disabilities equal opportunities to benefit from all College services, programs and activities.

LGBTQ Ally Program

This program provides assistance to LGBTQ students and employees and works to increase the visibility of faculty, administrator and staff allies.

Student Clubs and Organizations

Meet your classmates in a variety of student clubs and organizations, from the African and Latino Alliance to WRUC, the first radio station in the nation.

Theme Houses

Union's Theme Houses offer like-minded students the chance to live together and connect over common interests.


UNITAS solicits and reviews applications from students, faculty, staff and alumni and gives grants to make ideas that support innovative diversity programming.