Employers want to hire people who think and can act with civic interests at heart. The UNL Certificate for Civic Engagement can make your student more competitive in their job search. Here's how to hop into one of the free virtual CCE orientations in January. Continue reading…
The Second-Year Edge Learning Community (LC) can help students connect with new friends and strengthen academics while living in upperclass housing at University Suites. Continue reading…More details at: https://learncom.unl.edu/upperclass/second-year-edge
The university has many courses that are offered in-person during the spring semester. Make sure your student selects "in-person" course delivery to find in-person classes. If they still can't find in-person courses that fit their schedule, they should contact their advisor. Continue reading…
Nominations for the Family & Friends Recognition Awards (formerly known as the Parents' Recognition Award) have been extended through January 15, 2021. The award annually recognizes faculty and staff who have made a significant difference in students' lives.More details at: http://parentsassoc.unl.edu/parents-recognition-award
Scholarships are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis — applying soon will lock in your eligibility. The application closes Feb 1, 2021. Here's how to apply for scholarships awarded either by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid or an academic college in just two steps.
Students can connect with employers with internships and full-time jobs from across fields and industries at the virtual University Career Fair, February 23-26, 2021. Continue reading…More details at: https://careers.unl.edu/2021-spring-university-virtual-career-fair/
In the upcoming spring semester, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will again join Big Ten peers to offer undergraduates an opportunity to take one online course at a six partner universities at no cost to the student.
Last year reminded us of the importance of protecting our physical well-being, but COVID-19 prevention is only one piece of the puzzle. The University Health Center shares practical tips for empowering your student to stay healthy not only through the pandemic, but the rest of their life. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu
Students selected for this job will assist campus officials by checking the building entry status of students, faculty and staff via the Safer Community app or printed COVID-19 status cards and will supervise visitors and guests requesting access inside of university buildings. Click to learn more.
Huskers seeking a leadership role in hosting events through the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center and who want to advocate for students through the services of the Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services are encouraged to apply for the OASIS Student Advisory Board.
Students discover opportunities to create relationships, grow and find purpose through the Nebraska Residential Experience. Continue reading…More details at: https://housing.unl.edu/nebraska-residential-experience
In-person and online suicide prevention gatekeeper training are available from Big Red Resilience & Well-being. REACH is in-person and QPR is virtual. To request access to the QPR online training, please go to https://preventsuicide.unl.edu/qpr-training. Continue reading…More details at: http://preventsuicide.unl.edu