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The University of Mount Union welcomed the addition of esports to its student life in 2019. Mount Union’s esports program, much like its academics, is grounded in the liberal arts tradition and focus on the holistic development of its students. Students on the esports team are required to hold membership in at least one other campus organization and participate in community service activities.

Scholarship Opportunities

The institution offers scholarships to qualified students, and was the first school in Stark County to have a program that offers scholarships to its students. Students that participate in varsity level teams for League of Legends, Overwatch,  Rocket League, Super Smash Bros.: Ultimate, and Valorant are eligible to receive a scholarship. Students are also required to maintain a GPA of over 2.5 and not be under academic probation.

Competition Schedule

Follow our esports Twitter account for up-to-date scores of each match, behind the scees content, and live updates of schedule changes.



“Our goal is to be a competitive force in the realm of collegiate esports,” said Ron Holden, assistant dean of students and director of diversity and inclusion at Mount Union. “Players will enhance skills utilized and developed in gaming such as teamwork, communication, problem-solving and leadership. These skills are directly transferable to the careers of tomorrow. It’s very exciting that Mount Union is not only embracing this aspect of today’s culture, but we also providing scholarship opportunities to support earning a college degree.”