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Whether you are a high school, transfer or international student seeking an undergraduate degree or an individual looking to pursue graduate education, you can get the college experience you have always imagined at Mount Union. A private university grounded in the liberal arts tradition, Mount Union offers a high-quality academic program featuring challenging undergraduate majors plus minors and pre-professional programs, as well as rigorous and in-demand graduate programs. Supported by world-class faculty – teacher-scholars who are passionate about their subjects and their students – you’ll forge an intellectual foundation for lifelong learning while building valuable career skills through a full range of experiential learning opportunities.

At Mount Union, there is so much to do and so many ways to grow. Begin your exceptional journey by applying to Mount Union today.

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If you are interested in applying for admission to either the Spring 2017 or Fall 2017 semester, the application will be available in early July 2016. To be added to our mailing and email lists, please click here. You will receive an email in July when the 2017 application is available.

For questions about the application process, email the Office of Admission or call (800) 334-6682.

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