FAQs

Union College is for people who have expressed a commitment, desire, or interest in building the local Church in a leadership capacity. Additionally, Union College is designed with the full-time working adult in mind. Convenient class schedules allow students the ability to discover and develop their purpose while balancing family, life, and work.

Interested students must have at least a High School Diploma or GED to apply for Union College.

Although you do not need to be a member of Union Church. As a Union College student, you are required to serve during Union’s Sunday experiences.

Courses meet Tuesday evenings (6:30–9:00pm) at our BWI location. Hands-on serving experience occurs on Sundays during service times. Fall semester runs from September to December; Spring semester runs from February to May.

You are expected to attend class consistently, participate in online and group discussions, complete assigned readings in a timely fashion, and put your leadership skills into action at church and at work. While the load of the program will not be overwhelming, we do realize that participation in the program is a marathon and not a sprint. We want you to start strong and finish strong.

Yes. The cost is $300 per semester which covers tuition, fees, and materials.

We do not want cost to hinder you from pursuing your destiny. Scholarship options are available based on need and merit.

Yes, we will have childcare provided on location.

For any additional questions, please email us at unioncollege@theunionchurch.com.

No matter your experience, Union College can equip you and position you to lead effectively.

Application Deadline: August 30