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Reviews 265 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Freshman

Athletics: Sports is very big part of Union College and it just creates an amazing environment!

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: its great especially for married couples attending Union there is a great way that Union helps out and i'm sure very appreciated!

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: whether people attend parties or not i think the fact that Union is such a strong christian school and the environment is all about God i dont here about the party scene really

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There is so much within walking distance its great because union is in a perfect location!

4 College Freshman

Administration: Policy wise for Union i think there is a fine line that gives you that bit of freedom but at the same time they have good rules that keep away from things that can be potentially hazardous to you and your education and also for the school because they want to keep kids coming every year and if the school has a bad rep that's not so good.

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: every time i have ate in the cafeteria at Union there has always been a great variety of food plus extras that make it easy for when you want something small and quick and i love that everything is always hot and fresh!

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Union offers great scholarships and a great variety of them which i am very grateful for because it is going to help me get my college education i need!

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Since I lived in the dorm the first year, I don't know too much about off-campus housing, but as I am looking into moving off campus this upcoming year, I have found out a few things. There are plenty of apartments around the school. However, prices can be high and add up to around the same price as the dorm. Most places do offer off-street parking which is nice and they are fairly safe. There are also many houses which open rooms and studio basements to students in the area, which may be a better option.

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: There isn't much of a party scene that I know of in Lincoln. There are more...hangouts, rather than parties. And most of those hangouts happen either off-campus at students homes or in UNL housing areas. Most students on campus fidn their own party scene with their friends off-campus or they just attend the school's Saturday night events.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The places within walking distance are decent. It's more convenient if you have a car because then there's even more options such as sushi, frozen yogurt, Chipotle and even Red Robin. Most places are 8 dollars a meal or less, so that's pretty decent for a college budget. Also, being able to drive downtown and experience the restaurants there is good too. I would suggest Chipotle and the Blue Sushi Sake Grill downtown.

3 College Freshman

Administration: As an Adventist institution, Union has very strict regulations relating to drug and alcohol use and other violations. However, they usually work with you and often give you second chances or at least the chance to explain/defend yourself. They also have plenty of fun on and off campus social events for the students.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Union gave me the best scholarship money and financial aid out of all of the school's I applied for. They gave me a grant for last school year and they also helped me apply for more financial aid. I would just suggest that you get in contact with the financial office asap and ahead of time.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The cafeteria is nice, and the food is okay. Sometimes, there isn't much variety with the food and sometimes the options are just not good. I like that they always have fruit and a salad bar open though. Cooper's is one of the best places to get food, because it's open late and has every snack you could think of, including personal pizzas, macaroni and even stir fry. I definitely spent half of my money at Cooper's.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: As a freshman, living in the dorm is a great experience. You get to meet plenty of new people, experience having a roommate and making lifetime friends. The girls dorm is close to basically every building on campus so that's also a plus. The only downsides to living in the dorm are the cost, because it can get to be very expensive. Also, having a curfew can sometimes be a hassle if you have plans or try to attend events.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I have never lived in that housing, but I do have friends who do. Some of my friends say they love it and that they house or apartment is in great condition. However, others are worried that it will cave in on them or something else problematic will happen. that is why the score is in the mid-range.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Moth of the off cam[us dining options within a close walking distance are either Mexican or a far off Asian. There are also a few fast food options a little further away. All in all, they are not healthy options and you would almost be better off eating in the cafeteria.

4 College Freshman

Administration: The rules set for this campus are not there to be restrictions. They are there to keep this school a good example of the Church and keep us safe from possible outside and inside threats that could even include verbal attacks. One thing we have is a dress code that in not kept too strictly, but it does keep the students dressing modestly. That keeps people from saying things like "that person is a slut," or they just want attention. Another policy we have is curfew. This keeps a record of where we are for our safety and it keeps us safe from the wrong crowds that come out in the late hours of the night.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: Financial aid is never a part of registration to look forward to. The main thing I liked about completing financial aid here is that they have it so you have certain things you must do online and then others that can be done either online or in person. Most returning students do as much as possible online so they have virtually nothing to worry about when they return other than to move in. I would recommend completing as much as possible online, but still going at some point to meet your financial advisor so you know who you need to contact with questions. Also, I recommend going in with a great attitude since they have been dealing with hundreds of stressed out students.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are of better quality than those of other schools I have visited. The rooms are small, but they are mainly meant for studying and sleeping in so it makes sense. The campus as a whole has a family feeling atmosphere. Part of the reason for that is the small population of roughly 800 students and the spiritual aspect of this being an Adventist college.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: It can take a while to get approved for housing off campus, but once you do it is totally worth having the freedom. It usually isn't too horrible of a cost if you have a good group to live with to split costs with.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are a variety of options to choose when going out to eat. Whether you love meat or are vegetarian, there is a place for you to try out.

3 College Sophomore

Administration: We are in a Christian environment, so it is extremely strict compared to public campuses. We have curfews and regulations to follow.

4 College Sophomore

Party Scene: A lot of colleges and students in the area, so easy to hang out and have fun.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: They don't get back to you on time with questions and concerns you may have, and they don't give out scholarships easily. It is hard to receive good aid. Expensive tuition.

2 College Sophomore

Campus Food: Same food each week, get's kind of boring.

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