The University of Nebraska–Lincoln, chartered in 1869, is an educational institution of international stature. Nebraska, a member of the Big Ten Conference and the Big Ten Academic Alliance, is classified within the Carnegie “R1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity” category.
At the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, research and innovation drive discoveries, scholarship and creative activity that expand basic knowledge and solve real-world problems. Our growing research enterprise helps fuel economic development for Nebraska and addresses major challenges facing our state, our nation and the world.
The Office of Research and Economic Development promotes and facilitates the university’s research enterprise, strategic partnerships and technology development efforts. Total external funding for research has increased by 110 percent since 2001.
Our staff helps students in all majors and colleges make academic and career decisions, gain experience and pursue employment or further education.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Whether students seek a place to belong, academic support, the comforts of home, or resources for well-being, we provide the inclusive living and learning experiences that inspire students.
We are champions for students. Our greatest joy comes from helping Nebraska students excel academically, engage in transformational learning experiences, and achieve the pinnacle of graduation while progressing to a chosen future.
The majority of students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln live on campus for at least one year. UNL has an on-campus residency requirement for incoming freshmen. Students can choose from traditional or suite-style residence halls. Apartment-style facilities are available to upperclass students.
The Libraries hosted a reception on August 1, 2019 to welcome Dean Claire Stewart to the Libraries. She joins us from the University of Minnesota Libraries where she served as the associate university librarian for research and learning.
Information Technology Services (ITS) offers a broad range of services designed to meet the computing, communications, and networking needs of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) faculty, staff and students. ITS provides: products and services for the coordination of voice, video and data technologies, support for the integration of multimedia into the curriculum, etc.
The medical clinic provides a wide array of services to help you get and stay well. Whether you're coming down with a cold, need a routine physical, want to learn about birth control options, need help managing chronic pain or concern, our experienced providers are here to help.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is Nebraska’s flagship, land-grant and Big Ten university. On our campus, you’ll find facilities and resources to enhance your academic experience and unique opportunities to connect to the wider world. And because it’s Nebraska, you’ll also find friendly people ready to help you succeed.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sport Clubs are comprised of individuals who have a desire to compete or participate in a sport throughout their college career, and exist to develop students' skills, dedication, and interest for specific sports.Each club's level of activity is unique and ranges from regional to national intercollegiate competition.
Volunteering in student organizations and resource centers can be a formative and rewarding part of a student's experience. Professors often report that participation in them helps students develop and hone leadership skills. Employers often like to see that a student has been involved in his or her field outside the requirements of course work.The student organizations and resource centers listed at right are affiliated with the School of Natural Resources. The faculty contact person is listed under the name of the group.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional accrediting agencies. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been continuously accredited since 1913.
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