08/2016 - News Archive

Published on
August 30, 2016
Nearly 300 Union freshmen begin journey with CIRCLES

Nearly 300 freshmen began their college careers with a ceremony committing to uphold the seven core values of Union College. For the 12th year in a row, new students were introduced to Union’s values – Celebration, Integrity, Responsibility, Civility, Learning, Engagement and Spirituality, during a medallion ceremony on the historic Barbourville campus. Students commit to uphold Union’s values, while Union faculty, staff, student body and community members vocalize a commitment to help them along that path. The ceremony is held each year, prior to the start of the fall semester, offering new students a lesson in the institution’s history, mission and support network. 

Published on
August 23, 2016
New Union students focus on community during Service Day

Union College welcomed nearly 300 new students to campus last week with a freshmen orientation session that not only focused on adapting to the college environment, but serving the community. On Friday, August 19, every incoming freshman was asked to participate in Service Day, a day long community outreach experience now in its second year. Students spent the morning picking up litter, cleaning business windows and making repairs at public facilities throughout Barbourville and Knox County. 

Published on
August 17, 2016

PRIDE is partnering with Union College for the institution’s annual Service Day, at which all incoming freshmen participate in community service activities. The event will be held this Friday, August 19 throughout Barbourville and Knox County. Service Day at Union College comes near the end of the week during the Union College Experience, a two-week freshmen orientation program. New students are encouraged to participate in Service Day to assist the local community and learn how community service supports Union’s mission. 

Published on
August 15, 2016

Union College and Knox County Public Schools formally adopted an agreement creating a career pathway program for students focused on pursuing education in healthcare. The program will be directed primarily to Knox County students in the Allied Health Science and Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences programs of study. Officials from both institutions joined together on August 3 to sign the memorandum of agreement and discuss the benefits of the partnership. 

Published on
August 08, 2016
Union College brings Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers back to campus

Union College is once again bringing the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers to campus for film screenings during the fall and spring semesters. The film tour is made possible through a partnership with South Arts. 

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