Students currently enrolled can apply to be considered for more than $8 million in donor-based scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic year. It’s easy to apply – just submit a single scholarship application in MyRED.
Gather friends & family together to play other Huskers in an exciting & action-packed game from 7 to 8 p.m. Jan 18, a few days before spring classes start. Play from anywhere - it's all on Zoom. Only 75 spots are available and RSVP is required. Sign up at the link.
As you return to campus, it's a great time to add an off-campus meal plan. Stop by the Nebraska Union booth space from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Jan. 23 & 24 to get your questions answered and sign up! If you have questions about housing for next year, staff will be available to chat.
RSOs in full compliance are elegible for the 2023 Springfest Club Fair on Jan. 31 in the Nebraska Union's Centennial Room & Ballroom. Here are the details you need to know and how to register on NVolvedU.
The university will honor the legacy of the iconic civil rights leader with a series of community service and service events Jan. 23-27. Huskers are invited to volunteer throughout the week, starting on Jan. 23. Volunteers can register online.
All are invited to the APU MLK Banquet, starting at 6 p.m. in Nebraska East Union. The evening is divided into two segments: beginning with a free keynote address by Cheryl Brown Henderson (pictured) and concluding with the purchasing option of dinner and entertainment. Tickets are $13 for students.
Make your plans now to be part of the most highly anticipated and energetic events of the entire academic year. Adventures, careers, clubs, volunteerism and sports are all in the mix this spring. Here are NINE happenings you won't want to miss. Continue reading…
Registration has opened for 12 NCLUDE groups for the spring 2023 semester. The small groups are intended to develop relationships in areas of introspection to help students, faculty, staff, alumni and the larger community understand and embrace opportunities to create a greater sense of inclusion.
If you've been wanting to try a new workout, check out free fitness classes during the first week of the semester. You can pursue your fitness goals and relieve stress while connecting with fellow Huskers. Continue reading…
A new year means new meal kit offerings. The $25 pre-packed kits make mealtime easier for students and serve up to four individuals. Check out the three upcoming meal dates for January and February and place an order online. Continue reading…
Troy Scheer, a first-year nursing student, has racked up five semesters of volunteer work with the Husker Pantry. The Husker is looking forward to continuing to serve others through his career in health care.
On Dec. 22, 2017, Nebraska's oldest high-rise residence hall complex - Cather and Pound Halls - was imploded. The 13-story towers, which opened in 1963, were Nebraska's first high-rise student housing facility. Watch the implosion again at the link.