The library team at Union University is available to assist Union students pursuing degrees, no matter where you are located.Whether meeting with you face-to-face, through email, in class, over the phone, or even over Skype or Zoom, our goal is to help you succeed academically. We are here to serve you by providing comprehensive and current resources and services to support your educational needs.
This guide is designed to assist distance learners at the Hendersonville campus with research and projects. Click on the tabs above to find helpful and relevant information that corresponds to your projects or research assignments. campus and use the helpful links to find resources and tools to assist you. If you need additional help, contact a Research Coach for further assistance.
The Hendersonville Campus of Union University offers graduate degrees in Education, Nursing, and Christian Studies, as well as the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and the Associate of Divinity. While the library does not have a physical presence on the Hendersonville Campus, our librarians and our resources are available to all Hendersonville faculty, staff, and students. Click on one of the Research Guides below to locate resources in your area of study.
Campus Director, Hendersonville Campus
Campus Assistant, Hendersonville Campus
More Information: http://www.uu.edu/hendersonville/
Research Coach is a service offered by the librarians that help students and faculty with their research questions. If a student is having trouble getting started researching or a faculty member is stuck with research, this service will help either patron. Make an appointment with a Research Coach to receive help and get going with research. Simply click on the hyper link to schedule a Research Coach appointment today!