News & Events
Staged in a number of places across campus, the event showcases the work of faculty, staff and students, including artists, sculptors, writers, tech enthusiasts and others who are part of the maker movement.
Kathy Hochul has been visiting campuses across the state to discuss Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Enough is Enough” initiative
The College has installed two electric vehicle charging stations as part of its continuing efforts to become a more sustainable campus
Professor Deidre Hill Butler curates new exhibit about 2010 Nashville floods
In conjunction with the class “The History of Jazz," the Music Department is presenting a four-concert series, "Monday Jazz,"
Learn more about the members of the Union community who have arrived for the new academic year.
Ainlay became the 18th president of Union on July 1, 2006.
New guide highlights 63 exceptional schools that offer a broad liberal arts education that rival the Ivy League