Union College, located in Schenectady, New York, traces its roots back to 1779. In 1845, it became the first liberal arts college that offered engineering programs. It became a co-educational institute in 1970. Union College offers a wide variety of degrees and programs including those in mechanical engineering, interdisciplinary studies, biological sciences, religious studies, electrical and computer engineering.
Union College's sports teams compete in the Liberty League. They also participate in sports like cross country, ice hockey, football, basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer, field hockey, and swimming. Students can also join groups like the Entrepreneurship Club, the Spanish Club, the Middle Eastern Civilization and Culture Association, the Ballroom Dancing Club, and the National Society of Black Engineers.
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