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Emma Waters Summar Library

The Emma Waters Summar Library is the central academic common for Union University. The library staff aspires to provide for the University: excellent service, a broad and current resource collection, and a learning environment reflective of the finest Christian intellectual traditions. Location: Central hallway of the Penick Academic Complex.

The Hundley Center for Academic Enrichment

The Hundley Center for Academic Enrichment provides free assistance to all Union University students in a variety of disciplines. Union University's Hundley Center for Academic Enrichment is designed to assist motivated students in achieving their academic goals by exploring possibilities, weighing alternatives, and answering questions with a trained peer tutor. Location: Upstairs in the Summar Library

Information Technology

Union University's Information Technology provides state-of-the-art technology resources to all Union students. As a student who is fully enrolled in classes at Union, you have access to private file storage space on Union's network and a personal e-mail address which is used for official university communication. You can also check your grades online using the Portal and can search the library's online databases. Location: Central hallway of the Penick Academic Complex

Registrar's Office

The Registrar's office provides access to all academic credit information (transcript, GPA, graduation requirements for your major, etc.) related to your coursework at Union. Location: Waldrop Administrative Center in the Penick Administrative Complex (behind Union Station) Office Hours: Monday - Friday; 8:00-4:30 September - May; 8:00-4:00, June - August

Academic Catalogues

Undergraduate | Graduate

These publications are intended to be a description of the academic programs and activities of Union University. While it is not an offer to make a contract, it is offered as a comprehensive description that can serve as a guide for students contemplating study or already enrolled at Union University.

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