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The Union College Education Program is proud to announce it has earned the approval of CAEP, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. It’s one more way Union is demonstrating its dedication to the success of its students and their future students.
New students register Aug. 6-7. Returning students register Aug. 9. Get started early through Self-Service.View the Registration Checklist (PDF). College registration is an exciting time—seeing friends again for the first time in months, getting your…
An interdisciplinary research project combined drones data collection and plant biology research on Nebraska crops to create a project that helps prepare students for careers in science and health care.
In the fall of 2019, nine students in Union’s Magazine Writing class wrote the feature articles for the May 2020 issue of Outlook magazine, a publication of the Mid-America Seventh-day Adventist Church with a circulation of more than 30,000.
Union College will start classes for the Fall 2020 semester on August 10, 2020—two weeks earlier than originally planned—and end at Thanksgiving.
Union College President, Dr. Vinita Sauder, sent this message to the Union campus family on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, regarding racial injustice and violence.
Many of us never spent much time thinking about disasters and pandemics until we found ourselves in the middle of one. But many Union graduates work in the field of disaster preparedness and response. As you might expect, 2020 has been a busy year for them!
In the last few years, Scheffler, a graduate of the Union College nursing program, has run into the disaster zone as often as he can. In 2015 he flew to Sierra Leone to care for Ebola patients on the front line, and in 2020 he moved to New York to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s not learning as usual in the age of COVID-19, but Union College nursing students in Elysia Ockenga’s mental health class discovered that sometimes a change in plans can bring unexpected blessings—and benefit the student provider just as much as the patient.
Union plans to open for on-campus classes in Fall 2020.