UNL Parent Newsletter

What will classes look like in spring semester?

UNL streamlines plans for spring classesAs UNL plans spring classes, it is following feedback received from the fall experience so far: students want more clarity on how courses are being delivered and want more opportunities to be in the classroom for in-person classes. Learn more about streamlined course delivery for the upcoming term. Continue reading…


It's (Virtual) Family Weekend

Reconnect and make memories from the comfort of your own home.Give your student a call and plan to get together virtually to participate in Family Weekend. Live stream options include student performances, a magician and entertainer, an opera and Family Feud - Husker Edition (with audience prizes!!!).

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/familyweekend

Get to know the Counselors-in-Residence

Counselors-in-Residence are now available in three complexes at UNL.Launched in 2019, the Counselors-in-Residence (CIR) program provides mental health help to students in the convenience of their own residence hall. CIR services are free to students with no session limit. Keep reading to get to know the three Counselors-in-Residence and how they can help you. Continue reading…


Meet the newest CAPS staff

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers short-term counseling at no cost to all current UNL students. Meet the newest team members who make an incredible difference in helping and supporting students. Continue reading…

Originally published October 1, 2020 - Submit an Item