Though material things were blown away in a matter of seconds, the mighty hand of God was ever present last night protecting each person on campus. Praise God there were no serious injuries and everyone has been accounted for.  Union University is, will always be a part of my life. I feel so proud and blessed to be a part of such a strong, Christian community.

*SENT TO CLARIFY DATE**Tornado damaged dormitories and other ...

A parking lot is shown littered with cars destroyed when a tornado ...

A man passes heavily damaged vehicles while surveying storm ...

Crystal Brunson, who works at Union University, walks past tornado ...

My friend Crystal, a UU Enrollment Counselor.

Emergency crews search the rubble of the Union University dorms ...

Emergency crews search the rubble of the Union University dorms ...

Union University staff and students search through the rubble ...

I used to live in those dorms.

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

So many of our friends have contacted us about their desire to help Union University during this most challenging time for our campus. The Board of Trustees has established a special fund to address this particular need in the life of this University. For your generosity to Union at this particular time, please know of our gratitude.

 

Please send designated gifts to:
Union University Disaster Relief Fund
1050 Union University Drive
Jackson, TN 38305

Faithfully,
David S. Dockery
President

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