To further enhance virus protection for the campus community, the university is partnering with the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and University Health Center to offer a free vaccination clinic for COVID-19 and influenza on Dec. 8. Continue reading…
The ballot for the 2022 UNL Parents Association Board is open. Please take a moment to cast your vote at the link below. Voting will close at 5 p.m. Friday, December 17. Thank you to all who take a moment to help select our officers and also to those willing to serve.
To help keep our campus community safe, all students have access to convenient and free COVID-19 testing on campus. The university’s saliva test for COVID-19 is a PCR test, which is the gold standard for detecting active COVID-19 infections. Continue reading…More details at: https://covid19.unl.edu/
UNL's inclement weather policy will be updated at the end of the fall semester to reflect the implementation of instructional continuity. Students will be responsible for checking instructor communications for assignments or virtual class meetings. Continue reading…
Libraries, health center, dining centers, the unions, recreation centers and campus buses are among the campus locations and services remaining open for students during Final Exams and the Winter Break spanning December and January. Here's a list of all these locations and when each will be open.
If your student plans to leave their car behind over break, they should park in the 14th & Avery garage before leaving. Continue reading…More details at: https://housing.unl.edu/surface-permit-parking-over-break
Returning students and their families can discover on-campus living options at NEBRASKA. This online session held Tuesday, Dec. 7 will feature apartments and suite-style living. Continue reading…More details at: https://housing.unl.edu/returner-living-options
Through the new NetNutrition® portal you can access dining menus, build meals to view nutritional content and research allergens. Continue reading…
Students can connect personally with employers through new features in Handshake, the platform provided by Career Services which lists open part-time and full-time job, internship, and service opportunities. Messaging and Virtual Info Chats let students communicate 1:1 with organization contacts. Continue reading…More details at: https://careers.unl.edu/resources/welcome-to-handshake-at-unl/
It's the time of year when your student is finishing up a semester of studies and heading into final exams. After rigorous end-of-semester studies, it's common for students to feel a variety of emotions. Here are some ways to help your student cope. Continue reading…
Encourage your student to maximize their student fees by scheduling a nutrition counseling appointment at the University Health Center. The first visit is covered by student fees. Learn how your student can benefit from and access this service. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu/nutrition-counseling
The center will become a physical hub of the university’s international activity, bringing together the four Global Affairs units - International Students and Scholars Office, Education Abroad, Programs in English as a Second Language, and Office of Global Strategies.
After months of consideration, consultation and planning, campus leaders announced Nov. 17 a commitment of action that includes a series of measures that the university will take in the coming months. Arranged under five themes, the actions all link to the university’s N2025 strategic plan.
Your student can take a pop-up class in January – from the #NILbraska classes on personal branding and entrepreneurship to competing in a case competition with prizes totaling $10,000. Zero- and one-credit-hour classes are open to and benefit students of any major. Continue reading…More details at: https://business.unl.edu/popup