Founded in 1836, Union is the oldest independent seminary in the nation
The Office of the Registrar maintains student academic records and is responsible for the scheduling of the academic needs of the Seminary. It also certifies degrees, assigns classroom space, produces transcripts, and organizes registration and commencement.
Students are responsible for acquainting themselves fully with the Seminary’s rules and policies, published on the website and elsewhere, such as in the course booklets and registration materials. Curriculum is subject to change without notice at any time at the sole discretion of the Seminary’s administration. Students are expected to participate fully and attend faithfully all classes for which they are enrolled, including tutorial sessions and other special course meetings. Except in cases of emergency, absences should be reported in advance to the professor since absence from class may be grounds for failing a course.
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