UNL Parent Newsletter

Testing not a substitute for COVID-19 prevention habits this holiday season

Craig Chandler | University CommunicationDr. Heather Eberspacher, University Health Center medical director, has a message for you: Testing is only part of a prevention plan and not a substitute for other safety habits such as physical distancing, a face covering and washing your hands frequently. Here's all her advice for a safe holiday.

More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/testing-not-a-substitute-for-covid-19-prevention-habits-this-holiday-season/

A great holiday gift for any Husker

Purchase a new mask for yourself or as a gift and enjoy that one will be donated as well.For $15, you can purchase a new, limited-edition Scarlet & Cream face mask. PLUS, for each mask purchased, one also will be donated to a Nebraska Community Health Center to distribute to children and families, many of whom can’t afford the protection they need. Continue reading…


Activities continue to help students stay connected

The break is longer, so there's more time to connect with one another!Nine weeks of break is exciting but can start to feel repetitive when social distancing. Encourage your student to check out Huskers Chill'N events, a calendar of virtual and in-person activities to keep students engaged and connected to one another. Trivia, games, crafts, fitness, social and more.

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/chill
Originally published December 6, 2020 - Submit an Item