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You can save a life. Big Red Resilience and Well-being is offering open sessions of REACH Suicide Prevention training for UNL students, faculty and staff. Sign up to participate in the student session that will take place at 3 p.m. March 24 at the University Health Center.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/reach-suicide-prevention-training-offered-to-students-faculty-staff/
Students, faculty, staff and friends and supporters of the University of Nebraska system are invited to participate in the fifth annual I Love NU Day from 1 to 3 p.m. March 23 at the Nebraska State Capitol.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/i-love-nu-week-begins-march-21/
Hiking, biking, camping, kayaking and rock climbing are among the 10 outside activities being organized by Outdoor Adventures for students and the public to enjoy in April. Spots are limited - register early.
Habitat for Humanity. CEDARS. City Impact. Civic Nebraska. Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach. Daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 21-25, students and RSOs can connect with a different organization and learn about their industries, internships, and volunteer opportunities. Here's a schedule and details.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/nonprofit-residence-take-opportunity-network-these-5-nonprofits
This week: Sigma Psi Zeta // Shotokan Karate of America Club // UNL Film Club // Residence Hall Association // Women's Lacrosse Club // UNL Rodeo Association // Alpha Omicron Pi // Lincoln Fantasy and Science Fiction Club
Qualified Nebraska students with family incomes of $65,000 or less will be able to attend the Univ of Nebraska tuition-free under a newly expanded Nebraska Promise program announced by NU System President Ted Carter. Additionally, the FAFSA filing deadline is extended from April 1 to June 1.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/nu-expands-nebraska-promise-moves-fafsa-priority-deadline-to-june-1/
The University Health Center Pharmacy is a great on-campus resource to keep you healthy. Here are three things you might not have known about the pharmacy. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu/pharmacy
Big Red Resilience and Well-being (BRRWB) is supported by nearly 100 student volunteers who assist peers in a variety of topic areas. Volunteers come from all majors, backgrounds and cultures. Talented, enthusiastic student volunteers should apply by April 8. Continue reading…More details at: https://resilience.unl.edu/get-involved
Now that you're likely re-focusing on your academic pursuits, be sure to add some FREE FUN activities into the mix as study breaks. Check out the next two Fridays with skate nights, films, e-sports, art and trivia.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/fridays_in_spring
UNL students average more than 1,000 monthly visits to campus pantry locations, translating into almost 6,000 items distributed every month to help Huskers with food insecurity. Here's how you can donate during the annual Spring Food Drive March 21–25.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/food-drive-collect-2022-items-husker-pantry
From helping residents with resources and problem-solving to maintaining safety and well-being, RAs play an important role in the on-campus living experience. One way they maintain relationships with residents and check in to provide support is through regular one-on-one conversations.
As you return to academic pursuits for the second half of the semester, scope out these 9 spots suggested by @unlstudentlife to study alone, work on a small group project, and appreciate some quiet time away from the crowds.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/studyspots
With the end of the spring semester fast approaching, students are beginning to think about finals, graduation and summer plans. Here are six helpful ideas to make sure you have a successful second half of the spring semester. Continue reading…
April showers bring May flowers, as well as some delicious meal kit options for your next evening dining at home. Continue reading…