01/2017 - News Archive

Published on
January 30, 2017

On March 24, high school junior and senior students from throughout the region are invited to become part of the pack during Union College’s Bulldog Preview Day. This event is open to all interested high school students and offers a first-hand glimpse at life as a Bulldog on the Union College campus. 

Published on
January 20, 2017
Madeline McDowell Breckinridge

Union College is partnering with Kentucky Chautauqua to present Madeline McDowell Breckinridge: “Votes for Women” on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the Patridge Campus Center. The event is sponsored by Union’s Educational Studies Unit and the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Kentucky – Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club. 

Published on
January 17, 2017
Union College

Union College recognized this week the students who have been named Presidential Laureates or named to the Dean’s List for the 2016 fall semester. A total of 26 students were named Presidential Laureates. 139 undergraduates were honored with recognition among the 2016 Dean's List.

Published on
January 11, 2017
Spring Convo

Irma Gall, who founded a community outreach center in Knox County nearly 60 years ago, will be the featured speaker during Union College’s 2017 spring convocation. The event will be held in Robsion Arena on January 19 at 9:30 a.m. 

Published on
January 06, 2017
U Laurels

Three of Union College’s noted alumni will be honored next month during the 2017 Bluegrass Sports Awards. Donald G. Lane ’65, along with Sarah K. Ramsey ’62 and husband Kenneth L. Ramsey ’53, will be recognized at the awards ceremony and banquet to be held on February 1 in Lexington. This is the sixth annual Bluegrass Sports Awards, a ceremony held by the Bluegrass Sports Commission to honor the Commonwealth’s highest achievers in sports. This year’s ceremony is presented by Alltech. 

Published on
January 05, 2017
Union adopts new inclement weather policy

Union College has adopted a new inclement weather policy as the winter weather season approaches. The new policy will take effect immediately. Dr. David Johns, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, says the new policy will ensure all classes can meet during times of weather delay. The new policy utilizes an abbreviated meeting schedule throughout the day as opposed to the old policy that cancelled morning sessions during weather delays. 

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