Getting Help

If you need help with your application process, admission status, registration, course schedules, tuition and fee assessment, financial aid, or other administrative matters, the following resources are available for you.

Undergraduate Admissions

Graduate Studies

Your journey starts with undergraduate admissions or graduate studies. They will answer your questions, they can help you learn about all the distance programs offered by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and, of course, they can help you apply.

Registration and Class Scheduling

Procedures and dates pertaining to registration for classes are provided by the Office of the University Registrar and the Academic Calendar.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fee rates are published by Student Accounts and subject to change at the direction of the Board of Regents.

Financial Aid

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid provides you with information on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), Scholarships, Grants, and Loans.

Resources

When you are unsure where to go for help or when unexpected events occur in your life, the staff in the First Year Experience and Transition Center and/or Graduate Studies are available to provide support and information about university resources.

Military and Veterans Services

You will find the Military and Veterans Success Center to be a place where you can go for Military and Veteran-related questions and to connect with others in forming a greater sense of camaraderie around a shared common experience.

Career Services

Career Services offers a broad range of programs and services for undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and employers.

Diversity and Inclusion Resources

All students should have the opportunity to learn in an environment that appreciates the differences in one another, where they are an equal among their university community. Click here to locate resources available to you at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Psychologists, social workers, counselors and psychiatrists who are available to respond to a broad spectrum of concerns and issues

Academics

If you need help with the course you are taking, your first contact should be your instructor. In addition other resources are available. Some are listed below.

Academic Success Resources

Click here to find a collection of resources about services and programs designed to help you reach your academic goals.

University Libraries – Online and Distance Learning

The University Libraries supports online and distance learning students and instructors to help them more easily access and use Library materials and services.

Writing and Media Center

The Writing Assistance Center helps students become stronger, more confident writers and communicators. The Center offers tailored, one-on-one conferences for undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines who are working on any form of written, oral, visual, or electronic communication.

Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Program offers free tutoring, mentoring, and consulting services to help you excel academically. These services are provided by undergraduate and graduate students who have excelled in the subjects and who have been trained to help support your success. Our tutors, mentors, and consultants won’t do your homework for you, but they will show you how to be your own best resource. To learn more about each service and to schedule an appointment, please visit their websites.

Services for Students with Disabilities

Services for Students with Disabilities provides a range of services to implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and offer students the opportunity to contribute and participate in diverse experiences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Their site is intended to provide you with the information you need to enjoy your life as a University of Nebraska student.