Posted on Mar 31, 2009

The Office of Admissions has invited potential members of the Class of 2013 to participate in Accepted Student Days on Monday, April 6 and Monday, April 20.

walking on campus

“We have accepted a strong and diverse group with students representing 41 states and 41 countries,” said Matthew Malatesta, Vice President for Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment. “We have already decided these students are a wonderful fit for our community; these programs give them the opportunity to see if we are a good fit for them.”

On both days, a wide range of activities are available to accepted students and their families. Students can sit in on classes, take campus tours, attend information sessions, meet with faculty and much more. About 1,000 visitors are expected over the two days.

Despite the ailing economy, the applicant pool was 4,811 – Union’s third largest. The College pledges to meet the full financial needs of all admitted students. Approximately 60 percent of Union students receive scholarship assistance, with the average scholarship totaling over $20,000.

Malatesta ultimately expects to enroll 565 students in the Class of 2013.

For an Accepted Student Days schedule and more information, click here.