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University of Mount Union

United States
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About University of Mount Union

The mission of the University of Mount Union is to prepare students for fulfilling lives, meaningful work and responsible citizenship.

Mount Union was founded in 1846 by Orville Nelson Hartshorn as a place where men and women could be educated with equal opportunity, science would parallel the humanities and there would be no distinction due to race, color or sex.

Mount Union is proud of its religious heritage and its background in the Methodist Church. For more than a century Mount Union has been officially connected with the Methodist Church. It is now affiliated with the East Ohio, West Ohio and Western Pennsylvania Conferences of the United Methodist Church.

Admission to Mount Union has always been predicated on academic excellence and promise. Mount Union believes in the fundamental equality of all human beings and in the right of equal opportunity for all it seeks to serve and for all whom it employs.

Campus information

Mount Union is home to modern facilities, most of which are new or newly renovated, including a natural sciences building, health and medical sciences facility, performing arts center, recreation center, welcome center and apartment-style housing options. 

Primarily residential in nature, Mount Union’s picturesque 123-acre campus is located in Alliance, OH (population 23,000), within 80 miles of both Cleveland and Pittsburgh.  An additional 162-acre nature center is located six miles away.

Accommodation

Mount Union offers a variety of residential options to students. The University has 10 residence halls, each with their own unique appeal and amenities. There are 7 traditional style residence halls and three residence halls are which are built in a suite-style, with 2 adjoining rooms sharing a connecting bathroom.

These halls range from historic Miller and Elliott halls, built in 1866 and 1913 respectively, to Shields, Bica-Ross and Hoiles-Peterson halls, all built within the last fifteen years. Shields is the newest residence hall, completed in 1999. In addition, upper-class students have the opportunity to live in theme housing. These houses are owned by the University and are located close to campus. Theme housing provides students with a chance to explore common interests and develop programs and activities that will benefit the entire campus community. 

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 3 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 2 Engineering 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 1

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