UNION UNIVERSITY TENNESSEE

United States, Tennessee

Located in Jackson, Tennessee, a primary city between Memphis and Nashville is the home to its very own Union University. It is a private evangelical Christian, co-educational institution that was founded in 1823. Over the last two centuries, the university is focusing on preparing great minds and characters by offering a curriculum centered on Christ education. It is one of the oldest universities that have its affiliation with the Southern Baptist Convention. Additionally, the university has its accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and its business programs are accredited with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The university shares the student to faculty ratio of 9:1, which is a testament to its interactive learning experience. Some of the popular majors offered here include Health Professions; Business; Management; Social Service Professions; Biomedical Sciences; and Literature. Earning a degree from Union University is still a dream for many.

Campus Life

At Union University, students experience the most inclusive and welcoming community. Students from all over the world hail here to pursue their higher education. The university has 290 acres main campus surrounded by the natural beauty from all the side. It encompasses facilities like top-notch academic halls, state-of-the-art facilitated laboratories, an administration center, a health and wellness center, a gymnasium, and separate spaces for the fraternities and sororities. For extracurricular, students can engage themselves in various student clubs and organizations, on-campus events, and recreation activities. On-campus housing and dining facilities are also offered at affordable rates. Furthermore, the university has its own athletics team (The Bulldogs), which is a part of NCAA Division II and competes in the Gulf South Conference and the TranSouth Athletic Conference. Living, learning, and working on the campus is worth experiencing.

Noted Alumni

The university’s bond towards their graduate is never ending. To make sure their alumni remains in touch with the faculties and their friends the university organizes numerous of alumni events and campus visits. Some of the notable alumni of the university includes: John Dancy - Former news correspondent for NBC, Dr. Joshua F. Drake - a musicologist and hymnist, Josephine Owinoa - a Kenyan professional basketball player and Dr. George Howard Guthrie - Professor of New Testament at Regent College in British Columbia.