Giving to Union

We want each of you to know how valuable your gifts to the college really are. Each one is not only used for its intended purpose, but is also celebrated. Your gift to Union says, 'We believe in you; we believe in the college.' Union exists today because of our predecessors who believed and then invested in our future. We hope you too will consider such an investment.

Look at our Ways to Give to choose the gift that is right for you. You can also download our Ways to Give Brochure and share Union's mission with others. 

Every donation matters and giving to Union is easy: 

Call: 606.546.1270




Union College

c/o Office of Advancement

310 College Street, Box D4

Barbourville, KY 40906

Learn more about the various ways to help preserve Union's future: 

Annual Fund - Provides much needed financial aid to bridge the gap between the real cost of education and what Union College students actually pay.

Legacy Walk Brick - Honor your loved one with this permanent gift

Endowment, Endowed Scholarships and Awards - An investment in the future of Union College

Capital and Special Projects - Current project needs, such as buildings, grounds, and other infrastructure projects

Planned Giving – Providing for the future of Union while leaving a Legacy

Foundations & Corporations - Support Union as a community partner

Giving Clubs and Societies – Giving levels and donor recognition

Donor Bill of Rights - Understand your rights as donor

Charitable IRA Rollover - A federal law enacted December 18, 2015 allows donors aged 70½ or older to transfer up to $100,000 annually from their IRA accounts directly to charity without first having to recognize the distribution as income.This can count against your required minimum distribution.

Give Now

"The gift of a Union College education is one gift that lasts a lifetime and perhaps one of the best gifts we can give.  Besides… I guarantee you will feel good about doing so."
             Jim Habercam, '72

"Create your own Legacy by engraving a brick on Union's Legacy Walk."