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Innovation: Academic and Co-Curricular Programs

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Academic and Co-Curricular Programs

Intellectual growth and career preparation must continue to remain at the forefront of a Mount Union education. Innovation is in Mount Union’s DNA, and inventiveness with our curriculum, teaching pedagogies, and experiential opportunities will position the institution as a modern University committed to preparing leaders for an ever-evolving world.

An optimal combination of theoretical appreciation and practical preparation is vital to success in our rapidly-changing world. Mount Union’s strength in the liberal arts and experiential learning uniquely positions the institution to deliver such an education – one that is greatly desired by today’s employers. Classroom learning, practical opportunities, a diverse and inclusive environment, and the personal attention for which Mount Union is known provide an atmosphere that fosters leadership development, student growth, and alumni success.

The campaign goal for academic and co-curricular programs is $7 million.

Giving Opportunities

  1. Endowed Chairs and Professorships

    Faculty support in the form of an endowed chair or professorship enables Mount Union to attract and retain the most outstanding faculty members. Both represent distinction in teaching and are only to be granted to the most accomplished faculty.

    Endowed Chairs
    Gifts of $1,500,000 or more

    Endowed Professorships
    Gifts of $500,000 or more

  2. Endowed Programs

    Any recurring program experience – academic, experiential, leadership  – can be funded through an endowment, which provides reliable support for excellence at Mount Union.

    Endowed Programs
    Gifts of $100,000

  3. Current Gifts to Support Academic Programs

    Make an immediate impact by supporting continuous innovation in Mount Union's academic programming. Your support will strengthen the educational experience for our students.

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    undergraduate programs

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    graduate programs

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    campus organizations

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    participation in experiential learning

Dr. Anne Christo-Baker

Dr. Anne Christo-Baker
Dr. Anne Christo-Baker

Learn more about the National Interstate Insurance Company partnership.
Learn more about the risk management and insurance program.

Alexis Schrader ’21

Alexis Schrader ’21
Alexis Schrader ’21

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Learn more about the nursing program.