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per email dated 4/5/2021


We have created a "How to College" video series to help students understand which classes students must take, along with the requirements they will need to meet for college admission and financial aid. The series includes information and advice—from both university faculty and staff, and current students—on how to get in and apply to Nebraska, how to qualify for scholarships and filing the FAFSA.

How to get in

FAFSA Priority Deadline Extended to May 1

To support students and their families through the economic burden of the pandemic, we’ve extended our Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) priority deadline to May 1. For more information and resources for students, you can scroll to our Paying for College section.


Next Steps Sessions

Registration is still open for our April 8 Next Steps for Seniors group sessions. These virtual info-packed meetings will cover topics like fitting in on campus, housing and dining options and pursuing an exciting career.


Standardized Testing

Although not required for admission, we invite students to take the ACT or SAT. If a student submits a score, we will award the highest scholarship possible based on either their GPA alone or the combination of their GPA and test score.

Students who earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA will be assured admission to Nebraska, provided they meet core course requirements. You can see our full, updated admissions policy at admissions.unl.edu/requirements.

For your convenience, here are some important updates and essential info about upcoming dates and deadlines to help your students on their way to becoming Huskers.

Important Dates and Deadlines
Fall 2021 Nebraska Now Registration Open
On-Campus Housing Contract Open
Next Steps Group Registration Open
Roommate Finder Opens Open
FAFSA Priority Deadline May 1
Enrollment Deposit Deadline May 1
Learning Community Application Deadline May 1
New Student Enrollment Opens May 3
Roommate Finder Closes May 10
Room Selection Opens Open

Keep scrolling for information on all upcoming deadlines, as well as exciting opportunities and resources for all of your students. For any additional information, you can also visit the Nebraska Admissions resources page.

Keep scrolling for information on all upcoming deadlines, as well as exciting opportunities and resources for all of your students. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can also contact Brett Ducker at brettducker@experience.unl.edu or call 402-472-2023.

 
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Encourage Your Seniors to Apply by May 1

Please encourage your seniors to apply to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for Fall 2021 through the link below, or on the Common Application.


Submitting the Enrollment Deposit

Admitted students must submit the $250 enrollment deposit to secure their spot on campus by May 1, 2021. Students who participate in the Free/Reduced Lunch Program or are Pell Grant-eligible can apply to defer paying the enrollment deposit.

To defer the enrollment deposit, students and a parent/guardian should complete and sign the deferral form that’s available online in their MyRED account.

 
Paying for School
 

Encourage Students to file the FAFSA by May 1

To receive need-based government aid like grants and scholarships, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To better support families, UNL's FAFSA priority deadline for the 2021-22 school year has been extended to May 1Federal aid is dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis, so we encourage all students to file the FAFSA as soon as possible.

Encourage your students to watch our How To FAFSA video to hear from financial aid experts and a mother-daughter duo who have been through the process. They dispel myths and break down those intimidating terms.

The entire series of our “How-To” videos are available to help students and their parents prepare for college at Nebraska. These videos will answer frequently asked questions about the application process, maximizing scholarship potential and financial aid.


Tuition Freeze

We want to make Nebraska affordable for everyone, and we understand the lasting impact of the pandemic on families. In order to help students plan for the immediate future, tuition rates across the University of Nebraska system will remain unchanged through the 2022-23 academic year.


Student Services Specialists

If your students need help making sense of how they will fund their college education at Nebraska, please direct them to Husker Hub, our integrated student service center. At Husker Hub students can get assistance with class registration, student bills, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), scholarships, grants, student/parent loans, and work-study as they plan their path toward graduation.

 
Paying for School
 

Out-of-State Scholarships

We strive to make college affordable for everyone, and we are proud to offer competitive scholarships for high-achieving out-of-state students. See the chart below for a sample of the scholarships your students will automatically be considered for when they apply for admission by May 1. Merit-based scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so encourage your students to apply!

Click below for a video overview of how students can maximize their scholarship potential and a complete list of nonresident scholarships.

 
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Connect With Us on Campus

At Nebraska, we believe some of the most meaningful connections are made 1-to-1. Our campus is open for safe, in-person visits, and we are excited to give your students a preview of Husker life. Scroll down to learn more about our visit options and help students register!

Husker Weekdays

Explore campus with a current Nebraska student, tour a residence hall and learn more about student involvement opportunities. You’ll also get the chance to discuss important admission, scholarship and financial aid information with staff in Nebraska’s Office of Admissions.


Essential Husker Experience

Experience the best of Nebraska in three hours. You’ll tour campus with a current Nebraska student as your guide, explore your academic interests, learn more about student involvement opportunities and discuss your next steps to Nebraska.


Preview Campus From Home

How to get in

Students can also preview places on campus where they will live, eat, study, have fun and hang out from their phones. Virtual tours cover our residence halls, Love Library, the Campus Recreation Center, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, Nebraska Student Union and more.

 
Paying for School
 

Students Can Get a Jump-Start on College

We invite your students to get a jump-start on college with our Nebraska Now program. For a flat fee of $330 per class, students can earn college credit from Nebraska by taking real courses online.

In a Nebraska Now class, your students will learn what professors and classmates expect of each other in a real, Big Ten college setting, understand what the workload is like and develop their time management and study skills—all before finishing high school. We know the leap to college-level work is no small feat, so we connect students with their own Nebraska Now academic advisor.

Registration for Fall 2021 Nebraska Now classes is open—encourage your students to apply using the link below.

 
 
 
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Per email dated 3/11/2021



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On behalf of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, thank you for your flexibility in adapting to the many changes throughout this school year. As we reach the midpoint of the semester, we’ve compiled some helpful information about upcoming events and deadlines to share with your students—including Admitted Student Day and Next Steps Sessions.

Admitted Student Day

As your seniors get ready to transition to college life, please encourage them to attend one of ourAdmitted Student Dayevents. Held via Zoom onMarch 20 and 27, these virtual events are great opportunities for students to learn more about their academic interest areas, connect with current students and discover helpful resources as they’re planning to come to campus in the Fall.

Next Steps Sessions

Registration is still open for our Next Steps for Seniors Sessions—a brand-new, virtual experience for your admitted students! We encourage students to attend Next Steps for Seniors in addition to Admitted Student Day! These info-packed meetings are available in 45-minute group sessions and 15-minute 1-to-1 appointments, and will cover topics like fitting in on campus, maximizing students’ scholarship eligibility and pursuing an exciting career.

Standardized Testing

Although not required for admission, we still encourage students to take the ACT or SAT. Having a test score on file can help maximize eligibility for scholarships and competitive programs. We understand testing may be difficult to access, so we are accepting applications on the basis of GPA alone.

Students who earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA will be assured admission to Nebraska, provided they meet core course requirements. You can see our full, updated admissions policy atadmissions.unl.edu/requirements.

To save you time, here are some important updates and essential info about upcoming dates and deadlines to help your students on their way to becoming Huskers.

Resources for Student Success Page

We’re here to help as you assist your students in making the transition from high school to college. Click the link below for information on theCenter for Academic Success and Transitionand theOffice of Academic Success and Intercultural Services. OurExplore Centeris ready to help students who are unsure about a college major narrow down a career path that fits with their goals and unique skills.

Important Dates and Deadlines
Fall 2021Nebraska NowRegistration Open
On-Campus HousingContract Open
Admitted Student Day Registration Open
FAFSA Priority Deadline April 1
Roommate Finder Opens April 1
Enrollment Deposit Deadline May 1
Learning Community Application Deadline May 1
Priority Housing Deadline May 10

Below, you’ll also find detailed information on:

  • Fall 2021 Applications
  • Nebraska Now
  • Out-of-state Scholarships

Keep scrolling for information on all upcoming deadlines, as well as exciting opportunities and resources for all of your students. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can also contact Brett Ducker atbrettducker@experience.unl.eduor call402-472-2023.

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Director
Office of Admissions
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
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Encourage Your Seniors to Apply for Fall 2021

Please encourage your seniors to apply to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for Fall 2021 through the link below, or on theCommon Application.

Submitting the Enrollment Deposit

Admitted students must submit the $250 enrollment deposit to secure their spot on campus byMay 1, 2021. Students who participate in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program or are Pell Grant-eligible can apply to defer paying the enrollment deposit.

To defer the enrollment deposit, students and a parent/guardian should complete and sign the deferral form that’s available online in their MyRED account or by requesting the form from our office. Thisquick videoshows how to pay or defer the enrollment deposit in MyRED

Paying for School

FAFSA Application

Students and their families can file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).While the FAFSA priority deadline is April 1, 2021,federal aid is dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis, so we encourage all students to file the FAFSA as soon as possible.

Encourage your students to watch ourHow To FAFSAvideo to hear from financial aid experts and a mother-daughter duo who have been through the process. They dispel myths and break down those intimidating terms.

The entire series of our“How-To” videosare available to help students and their parents prepare for college at Nebraska. These videos will mostly answer frequently asked questions about the application process, maximizing scholarship potential and financial aid.

Tuition Freeze

We want to make Nebraska affordable for everyone, and we understand the lasting impact of the pandemic on families. In order to help students plan for the immediate future,tuition rates across the University of Nebraska system will remain unchanged through the 2022-23 academicyear.

Student Services Specialists

If your students need help making sense of how they will fund their college education at Nebraska, please direct them to Husker Hub, our integrated student service center. Student Services Specialists are here to help them navigate the financial aid process and handle the business of being a Husker.

Nebraska Scholarship

Out-of-State Scholarships

We strive to make college affordable for everyone, and we are proud to offer competitive scholarships for high-achieving out-of-state students. Students will automatically be considered for scholarships when they apply for admission byMay 1. They can also click the link below to estimate how much they could get in scholarships. Merit-based scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so encourage your students to apply early!

Click below for a video overview of how students can maximize their scholarship potential and a complete list of nonresident scholarships.

Paying for School

Connect 1-to-1, Virtually

At Nebraska, we believe some of the most meaningful connections are made 1-to-1. Students can request a phone or video appointment with a representative from admissions or their area of academic interest to schedule a virtual campus tour.

Virtual Group Visits

Although we can't meet with large groups in person, we invite your student group to join us for a virtual group visit session.Virtual group sessions include a presentation on admissions requirements and scholarship opportunities and a campus overview session hosted by our student tour guides. Please contact Jean Colligan atadmissions@unl.eduor402-472-4887to schedule a group visit.

Previewing Campus From Home

Dance Club

Students can scope out the places on campus where they will live, eat, study, have fun and hang out. They can even check out residence halls, the library, campus rec, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, the student union and more.

Paying for School

Students Can Get a Jump-Start on College

We invite your students to get a jump-start on college with our Nebraska Now program. For a flat fee of $330 per class, students can earn college credit from Nebraska by taking real courses online.

In a Nebraska Now class, your students will learn what professors and classmates expect of each other in a real, Big Ten college setting, understand what the workload is like and develop their time management and study skills—all before finishing high school. We know the leap to college-level work is no small feat, so we connect students with their own Nebraska Now academic advisor.

Registration for Nebraska Now classes is still open—encourage your students to apply soon. Classes beginAugust 23.

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per email dated 1/21/2021


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Scholarship Deadlines

We encourage you to remind your seniors of Nebraska's upcoming scholarship deadlines.

To qualify for Diversity Enhancement Scholarships, apply for admission by February 1, and then complete and submit the Diversity Enhancement Application in MyRED by February 1.

Students have until May 1 to complete their application to be considered for merit-based scholarships.

To assist you in offering your students guidance as they craft their Scholarship Statement, we've created the video below with helpful writing tips.

Qualify for Scholarships

As a reminder, Nebraska is test optional this school year due to limited access to safe environments in which to take the ACT or SAT. To support students, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has eliminated the ACT or SAT from our admission and scholarships requirements.

Students who earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA will be assured admission to Nebraska, provided they meet core course requirements. You can see our full, updated admissions policy at admissions.unl.edu/requirements.

Next Steps Sessions

We’re excited announce our Next Steps Sessions—a brand-new, 45-minute virtual experience for your admitted students! These info-packed sessions are available in both group and private sessions, and will cover topics like fitting in on campus, maximizing students’ scholarship eligibility and pursing an exciting career.

Group sessions start February 9 and are open for registration. 1-to-1 sessions start February 10, with registration beginning February 8. Your students can go to the link below to register.

To save you time, here are some important updates and essential info about upcoming dates and deadlines to help your students on their way to becoming Huskers.

Important Dates and Deadlines
Spring 2021 Nebraska Now Registration Open
FAFSA application available at FAFSA.gov Open
On-Campus Housing Contract Open
Spring 2021 Nebraska Now Classes Begin Jan 25
Scholarship Statement Deadline (for Leadership, Service and Diversity Enhancement Scholarships) Feb 1
Next Steps 1-to-1 Registration Begins Feb 8
Honors Program Application Deadline Feb 15

Below, you’ll also find detailed information on:

  • Fall 2021 Applications
  • Nebraska Now
  • Out-of-state Scholarships

Keep scrolling for information on all upcoming deadlines, as well as scholarship-earning opportunities for all of your students. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can also contact Brett Ducker at brettducker@experience.unl.edu or call 402-472-2023.

 
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Abby Freeman
Director
Office of Admissions
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
 

Encourage Your Seniors to Apply for Fall 2021

Please encourage your seniors to apply to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for Fall 2021 through the link below, or on the Common Application.

Submitting the Enrollment Deposit

Admitted students must submit the $250 enrollment deposit to secure their spot on campus by May 1, 2021. Students who participate in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program or are Pell Grant-eligible can apply to defer paying the enrollment deposit.

To defer the enrollment deposit, students and a parent/guardian should complete and sign the deferral form that’s available online in their MyRED account or by requesting the form from our office.

 
Paying for School
 

FAFSA Application

Students and their families can now file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). While the FAFSA priority deadline is April 1, 2021, federal aid is dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis, so we encourage all students to file the FAFSA as soon as possible.

Encourage your students to watch our How To FAFSA video to hear from financial aid experts and a mother-daughter duo who have been through the process. They dispel myths and break down those intimidating terms.

The entire series of our “How-To” videos are available to help students and their parents prepare for college at Nebraska. These videos will mostly answer frequently asked questions about the application process, maximizing scholarship potential and financial aid.

FAFSA Workshops

Please join us for our FAFSA workshops on February 10 or February 24.

Learn more and register at the link below!

Tuition Freeze

We want to make Nebraska affordable for everyone, and we understand the lasting impact of the pandemic on families. In order to help students plan for the immediate future, tuition rates across the University of Nebraska system will remain unchanged through the 2022-23 academic year.

Student Services Specialists

If your students need help making sense of how they will fund their college education at Nebraska, please direct them to Husker Hub, our integrated student service center. Student Services Specialists are here to help them navigate the financial aid process and handle the business of being a Husker.

 
Paying for School
 

Students Can Still Connect 1-to-1, Virtually

At Nebraska, we believe some of the most meaningful connections are made 1-to-1. Students can request a phone or video appointment with a representative from admissions or their area of academic interest to schedule a virtual campus tour.

Virtual Group Visits

Although we can't meet in person, we invite your student group to join us for a virtual group visit session. Virtual group sessions include a presentation on admissions requirements and scholarship opportunities and a campus overview session hosted by our student tour guides. Please contact Jean Colligan at admissions@unl.edu or 402-472-4887 to schedule a group visit.

Previewing Campus From Home

Campus Tours

Students can scope out the places on campus where they will live, eat, study, have fun and hang out. They can even check out residence halls, the library, campus rec, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, the student union and more.

 
Paying for School
 

RaiseMe for Out-of-State Students

Scholars can earn up to $13,000 in micro-scholarships if they apply by February 1 and meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum GPA: 3.6
  • Residency: Must NOT live in Nebraska
  • Residency: Must live in the U.S. or Associated Territories (Palau, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia)

You qualify as an educator and can sign up for a free Educator Account and track your students based on what high school they attend. Educators will have to be verified by RaiseMe as a community-based organization or by what high school they represent, but the process is fairly quick.

 
Paying for School
 

Students Can Get a Jump-Start on College

We invite your students to get a jump-start on college with our Nebraska Now program. For a flat fee of $330 per class, students can earn college credit from Nebraska by taking real courses online.

In a Nebraska Now class, your students will learn what professors and classmates expect of each other in a real, Big Ten college setting, understand what the workload is like and develop their time management and study skills—all before finishing high school. We know the leap to college-level work is no small feat, so we connect students with their own Nebraska Now academic advisor.

Registration for Nebraska Now classes is still open—encourage your students to apply soon. Classes begin Jan. 25.

 
Paying for School
 

Out-of-State Scholarships

We strive to make college affordable for everyone, and we are proud to offer competitive scholarships for high-achieving out-of-state students. See the chart below for a sample of the scholarships your students will automatically be considered for when they apply for admission by May 1. Merit-based scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so encourage your students to apply early!

Click below for a video overview of how students can maximize their scholarship potential and a complete list of nonresident scholarships.

 
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The University Honors Program can be paired with any academic major at Nebraska. Students within the program will have the benefit of selecting from small class sizes or special seminars offered only to honors students. Students will have exclusive access to the Knoll Residential Center (suite-style housing), the official home for the Honors Program. Students will also have an advisor within the Honors Program. Learn more by clicking on the link below.

The final deadline for the honors program is February 15, so encourage your students to apply today.

 
 
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per email dated 12/4/2020

We are excited to announce the new Nebraska Career Scholarships program: if your students are interested in working where Nebraska needs them most, they could be awarded a scholarship of at least $8,000 per year. This program can support your students both financially and through hands-on learning experiences they can use to build a foundation for your entire career.


As a reminder, Nebraska is test optional this school year due to public health concerns. To support students, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has eliminated the ACT or SAT from our admission and scholarships requirements.

Students who earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA will be assured admission to Nebraska, provided they meet core course requirements. You can see our full, updated admissions policy at admissions.unl.edu/requirements.

Below, you’ll also find detailed information on:

  • Fall 2021 Applications
  • Nebraska Now
  • Out-of-state Scholarships

Please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can also contact {Recruitment Manager} at {Recruitment Manager Email} or call 402-472-2023.

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Abby Freeman
Director
Office of Admissions
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Important Dates and Deadlines
Spring 2021 Nebraska Now Registration Open
FAFSA application available at FAFSA.gov Open
Honors Programs Application Deadline Dec 10
On-Campus Housing Contract Opens Dec 16
Spring 2021 Nebraska Now Classes Begin Jan 25
Scholarship Statement Deadline (for Leadership, Service and Diversity Enhancement) Feb 1

Fall 2021 Application

Encourage your seniors to apply for admission to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for Fall 2021! You can direct them to the link below or they can apply through the Common Application.



Our “How-To” videos are great resources to help students and parents prepare for college at Nebraska. These resources will help students and parents answer some of our mostly frequently asked questions about the application process, maximizing scholarship potential and financial aid.

Dance Club
 
Paying for School
 

Nebraska Now Spring 2021 Registration

We invite your students to get a jump-start on college with our Nebraska Now program. For a flat fee of $330 per class, students can earn college credit from Nebraska by taking real courses online.

In a Nebraska Now class, your students will learn what professors and classmates expect of each other in a real, Big Ten college setting, understand what the workload is like and develop their time management and study skills—all before finishing high school. We know the leap to college-level work is no small feat, so we connect students with their own Nebraska Now academic advisor.

Registration for Nebraska Now classes is still open—encourage your students to apply soon. Classes begin Jan. 25.

 
Paying for School
 

FAFSA Application

Students can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2021-22 school year using 2019 tax information. We encourage all students to file the FAFSA as soon as possible to maximize their eligibility for financial aid.


Student Services Specialists

If your students need help making sense of how they will fund their college education at Nebraska, please direct them to Husker Hub. Our Student Services Specialists are here to help them navigate the financial aid process and handle the business of being a Husker.

 
Out of State Scholarships
 

Help Students Estimate their Scholarships

We strive to make college affordable for everyone, and are proud to offer competitive scholarships for high-achieving out-of-state students. See the chart below for a sample of the scholarships your students will automatically be considered for when they apply for admission. Merit scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so encourage your students to apply early!



Scholarship Award
Chancellor�s Tuition Scholarship (National Merit Finalists or National Hispanic Scholars) Full Tuition
George Beadle Tuition Scholarship $15,000
Nebraska Legacy Tuition Scholarship (students whose parent is an alumnus) $14,000
Ruth Leverton Tuition Scholarship $13,000
Scarlet Tuition Scholarship $5,000

Click below for a video overview of how students can maximize their scholarship potential and a complete list of nonresident scholarships.

 
 
 
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per email dated 10/22/2020


We want to reaffirm that Nebraska is test optional this year. We understand that access to college entrance exams has been difficult due to public health concerns. To support students, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has eliminated the ACT or SAT from our admission and scholarships requirements.

Students who earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA will be assured admission to Nebraska, provided they meet core course requirements. You can see our full, updated admissions policy at admissions.unl.edu/requirements.

Additionally, we’d like to tell you about two upcoming virtual application events. Both events automatically qualify students for a $2,000 Emerging Leaders Scholarship, so your students won’t want to miss.

Next Steps to Nebraska is an application workshop created with students of color in mind. Students will apply to Nebraska if they have not already, learn more about on-campus diversity and inclusion programming, and get important information about scholarships and financial aid.


First Husker Workshop is designed to facilitate a smooth application process for first-generation college students. The event consists of an application walk-through with admissions staff, a scholarship and financial aid info presentation and information about resources that promote student success.


To save you time, you’ll find some important updates and essential info about upcoming deadlines and events below.

IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Open
True Red Deadline Nov 2
Honors Programs Application Deadline Dec 10
Scholarship Statement Deadline Feb 1

My team and I value our partnership with you and thank you again for all you do for students. Please let me know if you have any questions, or call the admissions office at 402-472-2023.

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Director
Office of Admissions
University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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