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The Importance of a Campus Visit

Posted on June 5th, by University of Mount Union Students in Campus, Uncategorized. Comments Off on The Importance of a Campus Visit

BY: Eric Young, Director of Admission, University of Mount Union

As the school year winds down and students begin to make summer plans, one activity that should be on your mind is to schedule campus visits to a few colleges …


Financial Literacy Month: Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

Posted on April 11th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Classes, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Financial Literacy Month: Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ‘18

Would you like a brand new car? How are you going to finance this purchase? For the second blog post for Financial Literacy Month, I wanted to share strategies when looking into purchasing a car and …

Educating Campus During Financial Literacy Month

Posted on April 9th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Classes, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Educating Campus During Financial Literacy Month

by Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

On college campuses, the month of April can be a busy time of the year. Seniors are preparing to graduate, students are getting ready to take exams, and there are many on-campus events that wrap up …

Get Rich With Philanthropic Donations

Posted on March 9th, by University of Mount Union Students in Alliance, Community, Hands-on Experience, Involvement, Student Organizations, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Get Rich With Philanthropic Donations

BY: Mike Sovak ’18

Philanthropic endeavors are an important part of making a societal difference.  Whether you’re an affluent influence leader, or a college student with a beginner’s bank account, there is a way for you to become a master …

Along for the Ride: Life as a Commuter

Posted on February 19th, by Abbey Schlanz in Campus, Community, Involvement, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Along for the Ride: Life as a Commuter

While most undergraduate students live on campus, Mount Union also has a fairly large number of commuters. A lot of students who live nearby question whether they should commute. It definitely saves money, but does it also cut down on …

Sharing the Love

Posted on February 12th, by University of Mount Union Students in Alumni Success, Classes, Involvement, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Sharing the Love

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

What better day to celebrate what we love than Valentine’s Day? Many students fall in love with Mount Union when they step foot on campus. Some students also fall in love at Mount Union. I spoke …


6 Things to Love about the Caf…Even Without the Blue Drink

Posted on February 8th, by Abbey Schlanz in Campus, Facilities, Food, Uncategorized. Comments Off on 6 Things to Love about the Caf…Even Without the Blue Drink

By Abbey Schlanz ’18

If you ask Mount Union students where Kresge Dining Commons is, they might give you a blank stare. If you ask them where the “caf” is, you’ll get an immediate answer. For most residential students, the …

New Semester Resolutions

Posted on January 31st, by University of Mount Union Students in Involvement, Uncategorized. Comments Off on New Semester Resolutions
By Rachel Brumenschenkel ‘18 

 

The spring 2018 semester has begun and students are starting to get back into the “swing of things” on campus—early classes, group projects, staying up late and consuming large amounts of coffee.  Just a month …


A Coffee for Your Thoughts

Posted on December 11th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Alliance, Campus, Finals, Food, Studying, Uncategorized. Comments Off on A Coffee for Your Thoughts

BY: Cheyanne Gonzales ’18

With finals week starting here at the University of Mount Union, there is no escaping the stress-induced late nights spent in the library. The last of our assignments are due and the glimmer of light at …


Remembering Freshman Year…

Posted on November 28th, by University of Mount Union Students in Campus, Involvement, Studying, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Remembering Freshman Year…

by Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

If I had to give one piece of advice to freshmen, I would say, “If you think you don’t have homework, you’re wrong.” 

As a senior graduating in May, I have recently been reflecting on my …