Impressions Of
Union College

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Union College

To Attend

  • “The relationships with professors and the small classroom environment.”
  • “The small community and the community in general. There are so many phenomenal people here that care about Union so much, from current students to the people working here to alumni who come back. Alumni glow when they hear that you’re a student there.”
  • “It’s really easy to establish a really good cohort of friends through intramurals, classes, and Greek life if you choose to do it.”
  • “The administration is very approachable. It’s very easy to go talk to them and tell them about your concerns about your classes or changes you want to see on campus. The same goes for the president, he’s very approachable and always up for a chat with the students.”

To Not Attend

  • “It’s kind of a bubble. People tend to come from the same background. If you’re from a very different socioeconomic background, it can be difficult to adjust.” [About 72% of students are White. Socioeconomically, 37% of students at Union come from the top 5%.]
  • “The winter is so cold and depressing.”
  • “If you’re interested in having a classic college social life and going to parties but you’re not interested in Greek life, don’t go to Union.”
  • “If you want a robust college town.”
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