50thAnniversary

Union At A Glance

Union Institute & University began with a vision of being a “university without walls”—an institution where working adults could have the opportunity to pursue a degree regardless of where they lived and worked. Many of the most commonly used terms in higher education— nontraditional students, interdisciplinary study, distance learning, mentoring, and social relevance—refer to concepts pioneered by Union more than 45 years ago. Our founders recognized early on that, as a degree-seeking adult, you need a way to integrate your life with your learning.

It has always been our goal to provide innovative higher education alternatives to working professionals. We are focused on placing you at the center of your own education. That’s why my Union is your Union. Your Union education is designed to honor your life experiences and help you achieve your personal and career goals, all while providing you with transformational education that helps you make a difference in your own life and the lives of others.

Founded in 1964 and accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.

Faculty and Students

Union Institute & University has faculty and students that come from across the country and around the world. Students that attend generally range in age from their mid-twenties to their late sixties. Our faculty are nationally recognized scholars and experts in a diverse range of academic fields and professional backgrounds. Union Institute & University strives to maintain a low student-to-faculty ratio. Union has an enrollment of 2,000 university-wide, 200 full-time and part-time faculty, and 15,500 alumni.

President

Dr. Roger H. Sublett, Ph.D.

Locations

Union Institute & University offers undergraduate and graduate-level learning in academic centers across the United States:

  • Brattleboro, Vermont
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Sacramento, California

Consumer Information

The Federal Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) requires that all institutions participating in Title IV programs make certain information publicly available. This consumer information is provided through the Office of Institutional Research. For data required by the HEOA and other institutional data that may be of interest.

Financial Aid

Union Institute & University participates in all Federal Title IV student financial aid programs and in-state programs for Ohio, California, Florida, and Vermont.

Form 990

Requests for Union Institute & University’s Form 990 are handled by the Development office. Please contact development@myunion.edu for more information.