Live in Deep Christian Community
Your spiritual development and growth as a Christian is a priority at Union. You’ll be discipled and encouraged through campus worship experiences, small group ministries, and Bible studies. One of the most unique ways Union encourages spiritual development is through our GO Trips—an opportunity for students to take a short-term service trip in the United States or around the world.
Top-Tier National University | U.S. News & World Report
Top 5 Best College Dorms in the Nation | Niche
Among the top 5% Best Value for the Money colleges in the nation | College Factual
One of the nation's top private colleges and universities for academic quality and affordability | Kiplinger's Personal Finance
We love living here in the heart of West Tennessee. Jackson has small town friendliness, but many options for dining, shopping and recreation. Jackson was recently named the "Most Livable" Small City in America (populations of less than 100,000) by the US Conference of Mayors.
Ninety-five percent of Union graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation, and we offer all of our students and alumni lifetime career coaching and access to an exclusive job board with employers who want to hire Union students for full-time jobs and internships.
“I have been at different universities and different colleges, and Union is different than any other. I’m not sure what it is; there’s just something about Union. It makes you feel welcome.”
“One of the things that appealed to me was the academic rigor of Union. I was looking for a Christian school that would push and challenge me. Union does that. Plus, coming from the personalized education of homeschooling, the transition was really smooth. Union really does value each student.”
"One of the most formative parts of my Union experience was being taught and mentored by professors who really cared about me and my future. Their investment in me beyond the classroom helped me develop my gifts and set me up for a career doing what I love."