At Union Institute & University, we strive to provide every student with a positive and rich environment for learning. We understand the unique needs of our adult distance education students and the balance between school and life. That’s why we provide exceptional one-to-one support and various academic services just for you.
Benefits & Resources for our Graduates
Union provides our Alumni with two comprehensive online research databases licensed specifically for our Alumni. Our library reference staff is also available to help our Alumni learn the best search methods and to help them navigate the many other open access resource databases on the internet. Our librarians can even assist you in identifying local libraries that have the research items you are looking for.
Union is proud of your hard work on your dissertation. That’s why we provide a free, electronic copy of your dissertation in case you need a backup. Simply contact ProQuest’s Dissertation Author Hotline by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 734-761-4700 x7020. Additionally, anyone can purchase dissertations by other authors in multiple formats from ProQuest’s Dissertation Express service.
Never misplace your hard thesis work again with our free pdf versions of Student theses from the BA and MA programs. Please contact us for assistance accessing your thesis, which are either available online through our online catalog or in a physical format at our New England Academic Center in Brattleboro currently being digitized.
(Student theses the Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts Programs prior to 2002 are housed at the Norwich University Library. Please contact 802-485-2176 or email@example.com for information on how to access their theses.)
The Alumni Association
Founded to serve the Union Alumni community
Promoting the values, heritage, traditions, and evolving goals of Union
Union’s Alumni Association strives to represent its constituency as an active part of the university’s academic community and operates in close conjunction with the university. Its mission is to be of service to the university, to promote its interests, and to perpetuate good fellowship among students, former students, graduates, friends, faculty, and staff. The Association is governed by a volunteer board of directors and relies primarily on memberships and donations from alumni and friends to exist. The Alumni Association continually strives to meet the needs of our greater UI&U family. Please let us know how we may serve you by sending an email to the Director of Alumni Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IAAB Guiding Principles
We are alumni/ae of Union Institute & University who choose to serve on this board.
We are courteous to each other at all times; encourage each other to present ideas; work in an environment of congeniality, collegiality, camaraderie.
We uphold Union Institute & University’s mission by supporting its goals through support of our alumni/ae.
We meet via conference call once a month; work on projects that sometimes require additional committee meetings; have a face-to-face in Cincinnati once a year during commencement; pay our transportation to Cincinnati for the face-to-face meeting; volunteer for committees thereby ensuring an equitable sharing of work; use our talents and expertise to advance Union Institute & University IAA goals.