BIOME events are aimed at strengthening student fellowship, scholarship, and teacher-student relations. These events range from shaving cream softball and pizza parties to seminars from university professors to community service opportunities.
The Cardinal and Cream is written and edited by students under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Staff positions are available for any student enrolled in classes at Union and particularly those interested in journalism or a related communications field. The campus newspaper enhances the experiences of students in writing, layout, editing, photography, advertising and journalism administration.
An editorial board works closely with the advisor and oversees the publication. This newspaper holds membership in the Associated Collegiate Press, Southeastern Journalism Conference, Baptist Press Collegiate Journalism Conference, and the Society for Collegiate Journalists.
An arm of Union's IJM chapter is the ONE campaign. For more information about the ONE campaign, please visit www.uuonecampuschallenge.tumblr.com
Zeta Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority was installed on February 10, 1990. While KD is the newest Greek organization on Union's campus, the sisters have undeniable spirit and passion. Kappa Delta encourages its members to pursue a blending of academic achievement, philanthropic involvement, leadership, social activities, and unbreakable bonds of sisterhood while embodying the ideals of the open motto.
• Women’s Choir (MUS 108-1) rehearses Tuesday/Thursday from 1:40-2:55 p.m.
• Men’s Choir (MUS 108-2) rehearses Tuesday/Thursday from 1:40-2:30 p.m.
• Symphonic Band (MUS 135) rehearses Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 1:00-1:50 p.m.
• String Ensemble (MUS 355-1) rehearses Monday/Thursday from 4:00-5:15 p.m.
• Jazz Band (MUS 100) rehearses Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
• Handbells (MUS 165) rehearses Monday/Wednesday from 4:00-4:50 p.m.
For more information regarding these groups, our auditioned ensembles, or private music instruction, please contact Dr. Christopher Mathews, visit www.uu.edu/dept/music, or call 731-661-5345.
The sorority members and pledges or new members are responsible for knowing the recruitment rules. The president of each sorority will be required to read these rules before the entire chapter. A copy shall be posted in each lodge. The formal fall recruitment rules will be presented to each female at the Panhellenic Open Party; it is also available from the Office of Student Leadership & Engagement.
Students will learn the history of the Military - Basic to Advanced - and will be prepared for either military or civilian life. Along with the leadership benefits and being guaranteed a job upon graduation, there are also financial benefits to be found through scholarships and tuition assistance.
Each student who participates in this program will attend a course lecture given each Wednesday on the Jackson State Community College campus. Students will attend a lab each Thursday and attend physical training every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6:30 a.m. Upon graduation, those on ROTC scholarship are on active duty for 4 years and in the reserves for 8 years. No student will be deployed until they have completed their degree.
These courses may or may not count towards your major/minor. This decision is left to the chair of an academic department. These courses can be located on the University Course Schedule under the UT Martin Agreement, listed at 100-level through 400-level.
If you are interested in learning more about the ROTC program, please contact:
Major Christopher McDaniel
Tennessee Eta Chapter was installed in 1857 at Union University. This chapter is the fourth oldest chapter of the organization. SAE has the longest existence of any fraternal organization on Union’s campus. The expression of individuality is the most valuable characteristic of the brotherhood of SAE. The outstanding qualities of each of these individuals provide the force that unites the fraternity.
Membership is open to any student pursuing an undergraduate degree in the chemical sciences.