An eating disorder is not a disorder of choice, but rather a genetic predisposition that can be triggered by any number of life-changing events, such as the transition to college. If your student needs assistance, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is here to offer support. Continue reading…More details at: https://caps.unl.edu/eating-disorders
It’s almost time for the second-annual Glow Big Red — 24 Hours of Husker Giving. This is one day to light our porches red, fly our Husker flags, wear our favorite Husker gear and make a gift to support the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Continue reading…
Employers are looking for your student and will be participating in upcoming on-campus events to connect. Whether your student is seeking a summer internship, a full-time position or career exploration, encourage them to take advantage of these opportunities. Continue reading…More details at: https://events.unl.edu/career_services/upcoming
To help ensure the protection and safety of the campus community, the UHC screens for the virus as part of standard patient assessment practices. While the virus remains a public health concern, infectious disease specialists say common flu is a greater worry at this time.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/resources-available-regarding-new-coronavirus/
Students who have a meal plan and don't use their dinner meal swipe(s) during the scheduled dinner meal period can now use them until midnight/1 a.m. at any Dining Service location open until that time. Continue reading…More details at: https://housing.unl.edu/dining-services
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln's Undergraduate Creative Activity and Research Experience program is accepting applications for academic year 2020-21 funding. Continue reading…More details at: http://ucare.unl.edu
Spring Break is an excellent chance to recharge your energy and spirit before you power through the semester’s second half. If you’re undecided about your plans, check out these UNL-sponsored options to give back to local communities, to experience natural wonders or to explore local sights.
First-Year Experience and Transition Programs is now the Center for Academic Success and Transition, a name change that reflects the unit’s focus on supporting all undergraduates’ academic success. Continue reading…More details at: https://success.unl.edu
Making the journey to rent an off-campus apartment or house can be exciting. It can open up the feeling of more independence, new opportunities, better proximity to work or other spots around town, and new friends. Yet there are also quite a few costs you may not anticipate.
Professionals are invited to take advantage of professional development opportunities offered by Nebraska's Center for Executive and Professional Development. The winter Power Lunch series covers retirement planning, project management, communication, diversity and inclusion, and more. Continue reading…More details at: https://business.unl.edu/execed