Union Days is a time for all alumni/ae, students, and friends of the Seminary to reconnect with one another and with the school.
Special attention is given to the reunion of the 50th anniversary class, as well as other classes celebrating milestone anniversaries. Our reunion classes, with returning alumni/ae, enjoy meals together with faculty, a reception with the President, time for remembering classmates who have passed, and times for worshiping as a community. All of these activities are woven together with Union-caliber academic programing to create a very special two days on campus.
Union Days is also the time when the Alumni/ae Council honors four exceptional Union alumni/as at the Unitas Award Ceremony, which is followed by a banquet.
Seminary alumni/ae, faculty, friends, staff, and current students are always welcome to participate and share in the unique community time available during Union Days.
2013 Unitas Distinguished Alumni/ae Awards
Each October during Union Days alumni/ae, through the Alumni/ae Council, honor their own with the Unitas Distinguished Alumni/ae Awards. The recipients represent all Union graduates who have distinguished themselves in the church, academy, and society across the country and around the world.
How to Get Involved/Questions
Are you interested in coordinating a time for your classmates or special interest group to gather during this year's Union Days? Do you have questions about the events planned for Union Days 2013? If so, contact Melissa M. Fuest, Director of Institutional Advancement, at 212-280-1419 or firstname.lastname@example.org.