We are so thankful for God's gracious provision during 2008-2009. We ended one of the most encouraging years in Union's history and moved beyond our rebuilding phase into an intentional refocusing on advancing our Christ-centered mission. The 2009-2010 academic year has been a tremendous year of growth and excitement. With another record enrollment increase this year, we find ourselves with the great opportunity of serving approximately 4,000 students! We take great responsibility in the renewal of these minds as they seek to get equipped to make a Kingdom impact. READ MORE
There continues to be significant construction on our campus. The new Bowld Student Commons Building was completed for the spring semester and our students are currently enjoying this facility's many resources for study and recreation. The exterior of Providence Hall, the building to house the School of Pharmacy, is nearing completion. Also, construction continues on the Smith Memorial Soccer Complex as well as on the new housing facility, the Hope Quad.
We are so thankful for the ongoing support of our community, alumni, and friends from around the world. With your support, we are able to make an impact in the transformation of students' lives as they receive a Christ-centered education. If there is any way our offices can serve you, please contact us at anytime.
The University can accept gifts in the form of cash, securities, real estate or tangible personal property, life insurance, and life income plans, including trusts and annuities. Bequests can also be designated for the campaign. The university’s Advancement staff is prepared to discuss which method of giving may best suit your interest, circumstances and tax considerations. Consultation with your tax and legal advisors is also recommended.
The Office of Planned Giving stands ready to help you devise a gift strategy that both advances the mission of Union University and meets your own financial needs.
Planned gifts can take many forms. The manner in which an individual decides to support Union University is a matter of personal preference. The choice of the gift should always be best suited to the needs and desires of the donor.