AGE: An applicant must be at least 16 years of age unless written approval is granted by the Admissions Committee.
CHARACTER: An applicant is expected to be of good character. If the applicant has been charged, arrested, or convicted of any type of crime in the past, the applicant is required to have a personal interview with the Director of Admissions prior to a decision being made regarding admission of the student to the University.
MEDICAL HISTORY FORM: An applicant must submit a completed Union University Medical Form to the Admissions Office. If deemed necessary by the Director of Admissions or the Admissions Committee, a complete physical and/or psychological/ psychiatric examination of the applicant by a physician, psychologist, or psychiatrist of the University’s choosing may be required. The cost of such examination, if required, is to be paid by the applicant.
After the applicant has met the entrance requirements, the Director of Admissions will issue a registration permit, which the applicant must present to the Academic Center at the time of registration. Initial admittance to Union University does not imply automatic admission in future semesters. Any student admitted by giving false information or by withholding needed information may be dismissed or retained on probation. This decision will be made after consultation by the Director of Admissions with the appropriate committees and administrators.
Upon receipt and review by the University of all information required of the applicant for consideration of admission or readmission, the University reserves the right to refuse admission or readmission to any student or applicant based upon a determination by the Director of Admissions and/or the Admissions Committee that admission or readmission of the applicant would not be consistent with the purpose of the University. All documents submitted in the application process become the property of Union University.
Check program-specific admission requirementsfor Adult Studies program in the Catalogue.
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Catalogue Information on Admission
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