Has there ever been a time when you felt, wondered, or even knew, something was wrong and you wanted to help, but didn’t? View these 6 ways to be an active bystander so you’ll feel more prepared to address problems or concerns.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/6-ways-be-active-bystander
Counselors-in-Residence are available in each residence hall and are open to talking about mental health concerns, homesickness, family and friend issues, and much more. Keep reading to meet this year's group of counselors and learn how they can assist you.
The semester's first week is behind you and the second week is upon you. While you continue to settle in, here are 8 things for Huskers to do during the next five days to discover more friends, resources, and fun.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/big-red-welcome-continues-8-events-attend-august-30-sept-3
With confetti, Herbie high-fives and personal salutations from Chancellor Ronnie Green, the UNL held a celebration at Memorial Stadium, congratulating the grand prize winners of the Voluntary Vaccine Registry giveaway. Five students received a check in the amount of one year’s tuition ($9,872).More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/huskers-celebrate-vaccine-registry-grand-prizes
As a new Husker, there is a lot to navigate – let Husker Hub help you. Get a 1-to-1 visit for answers about class registration, student bills, enrollment, FAFSA, scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. Virtual visits open until 6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, Sept 4 and 11. Continue reading…
Following more than a year of discussion, review and implementation, the University of Nebraska system has launched a Chosen Name and Gender Identity Policy, allowing students, faculty and staff at all NU campuses — including UNL — to select their chosen name, gender identity and pronouns.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/inclusive-policy-recognizes-huskers-chosen-name-gender-identities/
What does painting, a cultural block party, bowling, modern art & posters, and tea time have in common with each other? Maybe not much, except they're all FREE for Huskers on Sept 3 for the start of the three-day Labor Day weekend. Here's how to go to each one.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/fridays_in_fall
Feel the excitement of campus traditions through the 2021 Homecoming competition. Recognized Student Organizations, sororities, fraternities, and residence hall floors and complexes can register to participate in individual competitions to accumulate points toward overall bragging rights.
UNL students can attend home soccer games at no cost all season. Games are played on select Thursdays and Sundays at the Barbara Hibner Soccer Stadium (north of Innovation Campus). The next games are Sept 2 and Sept 5. Set up your student ticket account and claim your FREE mobile ticket(s) now. Continue reading…More details at: http://huskers.com/students
In this week's digest:
UPC Nebraska // NUTS // Students Together Against Cancer // UNL Taekwondo Club // The Red Keys // National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) // UNL Dance Marathon // Omega Delta Phi
The December 2021 graduation application is now available to students in MyRED. Seniors who are planning to graduate December 2021 must apply for graduation by Friday, September 17. Continue reading…More details at: http://myred.unl.edu
If you are currently enrolled or considering enrolling in the university's student health insurance plan, mark your calendars for Student Insurance 101 Sept. 8 and 9. Enjoy free pizza while learning everything you need to know about the plan, including cost and benefits, how to use it and more. Continue reading…
Having trouble finding what you need in the library catalog? Need help finding scholarly or peer-reviewed articles for your assignment? “Drop in” to talk with one of our library experts! No appointment needed to ask questions and get tips on searching for scholarly literature, citing sources, and Continue reading…More details at: https://go.unl.edu/dropin
If you're from out of state or studying abroad, the first summer in Nebraska may be a struggle. Break through the infamous humidity with an ice-cold treat from any of these local businesses.
A student request has expanded access to and the functionality of UNL Report, the university’s incident reporting system. Mirroring the previous TIPS service, UNL Report allows users to submit details regarding on campus incidents (with contact information or anonymously).More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/student-led-project-upgrades-campus-incident-reporting/
Resources, guidance, and support are available to students seeking part-time jobs on or off campus, internships, volunteer opportunities, and full-time jobs through Career Services Teams across campus. Continue reading…More details at: https://careers.unl.edu/
Join Nebraska faculty, staff and students for a fall semester program to learn strategies about connecting research innovation with market applications. The program begins Sept. 8. Learn more and apply: https://go.unl.edu/fall-21-icd Continue reading…More details at: https://go.unl.edu/fall-21-icd
To help monitor and prevent spread of COVID-19 on campus, students, faculty and staff are required to participate in weekly saliva-based testing for COVID-19. Once you’re fully vaccinated, you can skip testing by becoming part of the Voluntary Vaccine Registry. Continue reading…
Organized at the start of each semester, Club Fairs are a chance for Huskers to meet and mingle with many recognized student organizations and clubs (RSOs) all at once. This fall's edition were last week and showcased 27% of the more than 550 RSOs. Here's the clubs and links to connect with them.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/clubfair