Today@UNL | Parking permit fees unchanged, meter prices to increase

Parking permit fees unchanged; meters to increase

  Parking fees will be unchanged for UNL permit holders and increase for some parking meter users. Parking permit fees will remain at current rates for the 2013-14 academic year (pending NU Regents approval of the transit fee). Parking meter costs will rise at the end of the spring semester. Continue reading…

New 'My Degree Audit' tool available

 UNL academic advisers are using the new "My Degree Audit" tool to track student progress toward graduation. The tool replaces the Degree Audit Reporting System. The new system provides improved service to students; allows for degree exploration; and offers different ways to review an audit. Continue reading…

Gun violence conversation is March 5

A two-hour, interactive conversation on gun violence in America is 7 p.m. March 5 in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. "Point Blank: A Conversation on Gun Violence" will feature seven panelists, each representing a different perspective. The session is free and open to the public. Continue reading…

Originally published March 4, 2013 - Submit an Item