The Penick Academic Complex houses the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel, Fred DeLay Gymnasium, E.T. “Rocky” Palmer Activities Center, Office of Career Services, W. D. Powell Theatre, Waldrop Administrative Center, Union Station, Information Technology, Emma Waters Summar Library, and Hundley Center for Academic Enrichment. The Complex includes the Arts & Sciences departments of Art, Computer Science, Engineering, English, History, Language, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology & Family Studies; the Education & Human Studies department of Physical Education, Wellness & Sport.
The Waldrop Administrative Center contains the offices of the Registrar, Business Services, Office of the Provost, Office of the President, and the Institute for International and Intercultural Studies.
The Emma Waters Summar Library has immediate access to a collection of over 150,000 books, 19,000 e-journals, and 40,000 e-books. Through membership in regional and national cooperatives it has access to the collections of over 41,000 libraries worldwide. It also maintains a safe comfortable environment for both individual and group study.
The Johnnie Tribble Shepard Archives and Genealogical Research Center and R. G. Lee Library are located in the library.
The Fesmire Fields provide lighted playing fields for varsity baseball and softball. The Fesmire Field House provides indoor practice and dressing rooms for men and women's soccer, softball and baseball as well as athletic training rooms for sports injuries.
The Smith Memorial Soccer Complex provides two competition fields, bleachers to accommodate 1,000 spectators, a press box, concession stand and rest room facilities.
The McAfee School of Business Administration and the College of Education and Human Studies are located in the Blasingame Academic Complex.
Hammons Hall contains the Offices of University Relations, University Communications, and Church Relations as well as the LifeWay Bookstore.
Jennings contains the departments of Communication Arts and Music, and the School of Christian Studies as well as the R. C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies and Hartley Recital Hall.
White Hall houses the departments of Biology and Chemistry as well as the School of Nursing.
The Edward P. Hammons Center for Scientific Studies is located in White Hall.
Completed for Fall Semester 2010, Providence Hall houses the administrative and faculty offices and state of the art classrooms for the School of Pharmacy as well as the simulation labs for the School of Nursing and the Center for Excellence in Health Care Practice.
Luther Hall provides the conference spaces for Church Relations and Seminary Extension.
Located at Emporium Drive, the Center contains the Testing Center for the university in addition to the offices and classrooms for Department of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Union University recognizes and is fully committed to the value of the educational experiences—spiritually, intellectually, and emotionally—which occur within the on-campus residential environment. Therefore, all students who have not earned 86 credits by the beginning of the academic year are required to live in the residence complexes for the full academic year, unless exception is granted by the Director of Residence Life or Appeals Committee. Exceptions include students living with parents/guardians, those who are married and students who have medical problems requiring off campus residency. All residential students are required to sign a housing contract for the full academic year. For information on Residence Life community values, philosophy, costs, family housing, and general procedures please refer to the Campus Life Handbook.
Single student housing is arranged in three residence complexes. Student apartments include four private bedrooms and a kitchen. The Heritage Residence Complex and the Ayers and Hope Quads primarily house new students/freshmen. The McAfee Commons building in the Heritage Complex houses the Residence Director and Assistant Resident Director and provides facilities for lounge areas, laundry and recreation. The Grace, Hurt and Watters Quads house upperclassmen and a limited number of freshmen. The Bowld Student Commons Building, completed Spring 2010, houses male and female residence directors for The Quads. The Commons provides additional lounge and recreation space.Graduate and family housing is located in the Warmath Apartments, north of single-student housing. The complex consists of 16 two-bedroom apartments.
The Barefoot Student Union Building houses the Brewer Dining Hall, Executive Dining Room, Lexington Inn, Eldon Byrd Faculty Lounge, Barefoots Joe coffeehouse, Harvey Auditorium, University Services and Mail Services, offices for Student Services (Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students, Student Government Association, Student Activities Council, Counseling, Student Leadership Development, Residence Life, Health Services, Coordinator of University Activities, and Campus Security), offices of Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Planning, Enrollment Services, Campus Ministries (Missionary-In-Residence), and Prayer Chapel.
The Carl Grant Events Center is named in honor of Carl J. Grant to recognize his generosity to and support for Union University. The beautiful state-of-the-art events center was designed to host significant conferences, dinners, banquets, and special events. This magnificent facility also contains the university’s Heritage Center, a splendid pictorial presentation of the university, portraying many of the highlights in the university’s history from 1823-2007.