New Union class plunges in to year

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Marcy Velte - The Daily Gazette

It was move-in day recently for the 578 members of the Class of 2015.

The class was selected from among 5,151 applicants, the second largest in the College’s history. The students hail from 30 states and 12 countries, giving Union one of its most diverse classes. Twenty percent of the incoming class consists of domestic multicultural students, while 5 percent is international.

The students also boast the highest average SAT and ACT scores for any incoming class in Union’s history: 1300 (on a scale of 1600) and 1940 (on a scale of 2400) for the SAT and 29 for the ACT.