About Union College
Founded in 1891, Union College is a four- year co-educational college offering programs leading to baccalaureate and associate degrees in arts, sciences, professional fields and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Owned and operated by the Mid-America Union Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Union is located in Lincoln, Nebraska, the state capital.
For more than a century, education at Union College has focused on the whole life of the student. The result is an academic style that includes small courses taught by professors, an emphasis on experiential learning, and active student leadership in spiritual and social activities.
M.P.A.S.; B.S.; B.A.; O.T.A.
Faculty to Student Ratio
Dr. Vinita Sauder
Assistant to Institution President
Year Institution Was Founded
3800 S. 48th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Main Campus Enrollment
Percent Minority Enrollment
Percent Receiving Pell Grants
Total Dollars Awarded in Pell Grants
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
Total Dollars Awarded in Financial Aid
$19,521,591 (including loan funds); $10,158,520 (not including loan funds)
Average Financial Aid Package
$23,463 (including loan funds); $12,210 (not including loan funds)