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Accepted students offered second look at Union

College tours can help make decision

Union College held its annual Admitted Students Day on Friday. Many events took place on campus including a mock class by Stephen Berk, Admitted Students tour of engineering, sciences, humanities and social sciences facilities, a luncheon in the upper-class dining hall, and a welcome from the Nott Memorial. Parents and students leave Memorial Chapel passing in front of the Nott Memorial for a tour of the Science facilities on Friday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Union College held its annual Admitted Students Day on Friday. Many events took place on campus including a mock class by Stephen Berk, Admitted Students tour of engineering, sciences, humanities and social sciences facilities, a luncheon in the upper-class dining hall, and a welcome from the Nott Memorial. Parents and students leave Memorial Chapel passing in front of the Nott Memorial for a tour of the Science facilities on Friday afternoon.
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Decisions, decisions. This is the time of year when high school students have to determine where they will go to college in the fall. Many revisit campuses, review the programs and just kick the proverbial tires. Nearly 90 students visited Union College on Friday for the first of its Admitted Student Days. The college has offered admission to a little more than 2,000 after receiving a record 5,717 applications. The expected class size will be ...


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