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Success Outcomes at Union

At Union University, you'll be equipped for success in every area of your life. With exceptional preparation in their fields of study, our graduates excel in diverse careers, top graduate schools and thriving ministries all over the world.

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Graduation, Retention and Placement Rates

Union University has excellent graduation, retention and placement rates. Union is nationally recognized for integrating top-tier academics and Christian faith.

Outcome Stats

Average Salary After Graduation

Ten years after enrolling, the average income of former Union University students who are working and no longer in school is $48,200, which is 41 percent higher than the national median of $34,300, according to collegelysimply.com.

Alumni Success Stories

Brett Botta

"I wouldn't be anywhere near where I am today without my time at Union. It's not only the coursework and learning, but what I credit so much of it to is the relationships built while at Union, both with professors and with other students at the time."

Brett Botta ('13)
Sport management graduate
Director of the Dean E. Smith Center at the University of North Carolina

Madison Studstill

"Union was definitely the best place for me to grow as a Christ-follower, a confident woman and an academic scholar before being placed in a pressure-filled environment."

Madison Studstill ('19)
Biology graduate
Master of Health Science student at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Felipe Araújo

"I value every class I had the opportunity to be a part of. Union's MBA is a very complete program, and all of the classes were very important for my formation as a professional"

Felipe Araújo ('12)
Master of Business Administration graduate
Chief Operating Officer, Tero, Brazil

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Long-term Return on Investment

Union University students get a solid return on their investment in a Union education, according to a report by the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University. The report concludes that bachelor's degrees from private colleges, on average, have a higher return on investment than degrees from public colleges 40 years after enrollment. Union's 40-year ROI of $869,000 ranks seventh in Tennessee among private colleges.

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