A hub for all the information you need to help your students complete their application.
What is needed from each type of student to qualify for admission to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
A list that shows how the coursework at each Nebraska high school will apply to the university’s core course requirements.
How to know which students qualify as Nebraska residents for tuition purposes.
All non-native English speakers are required to demonstrate English proficiency for full admission.
There are many ways for students who do not yet meet admission requirements to take care of those deficiencies.
Help your students self-report their transcripts.
When your student is ready to apply, you can help by knowing the information we ask for on the application.
The entire application takes about 45 minutes. Plan to have your transcript in front of you while completing the application.
Don’t have 45 minutes? The new application is savable. You'll setup a username and password so you can save your work, and log back in as needed. Once you submit your application however, you will not be able to make changes.
No. transcripts are NOT needed for an admission decision (unless requested).
Please do not send high school transcripts until graduation. If a transcript is needed for clarification on application submissions, you will be contacted by the Office of Admissions.
Transcripts must be received no later than July 1, 2015.
Request official copies of your high school transcripts after you graduate to be sent to:
Office of Admissions
1410 Q Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0417
We want your academic record to be as accurate as possible. You have an opportunity to select all schools attended and the dates from which you attended. Because schools may have different grading scales, please list all schools attended during your high school career and list the courses and grades received at that institution.
If your graduating high school makes note of all coursework completed, even those completed at another institution, you will only need to send in one final high school transcript after graduation.
You will enter dual enrollment credit as both high school and college course entries.
It's great that you are challenging yourself in high school.
On your self-reported transcript, you can select the academic level at which the course was completed. Be sure to select AP/IB/Honors for these courses.
If you have more advanced coursework, mark the level that most appropriately matches the course. If you have additional questions, be sure to let your admission counselor know.
If you made a mistake on your self-reported transcript give us a call at 402.472.2023, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You do NOT need to submit a transcript for honors program applications. The review committee will use the academic information reported on the application.
If you can’t find your course, write the name in the Course Title box.
Taking English 1 but only see English 9? Don’t worry, those courses will count the same.
Please put as much work in-progress as possible for your senior year.
If courses change, or you add a course after the first semester, email your admission counselor at email@example.com with the updated information.
The honors application has specific requirements students have to meet before they are accepted into one of the programs.
A 350-word personal statement is required for all incoming freshmen and in-state transfer students to qualify for our diversity and leadership scholarships.
A full list of courses available at Nebraska with descriptions.
What your students need to know about attaining the necessary travel documents to study abroad.
The ACE program is a general education program designed to help students of every major develop skills, build knowledge, exercise social responsibility, and integrate and apply those capabilities.
Everything you need to know about the cost of attending the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid can answer all your questions on how to help your students get financial assistance.
To be considered for federal financial aid, students must file FAFSA by May 1. The university’s FAFSA code is 002565.
There are many scholarships available for all types of incoming students including many focused on leadership and diversity. Each has its own set of requirements and deadlines.
If one of your students is a Nebraska resident who has a family income of $60,000 or less (Adjusted Gross Income) or is Pell Grant-eligible they may qualify to
attend Nebraska tuition-free through the Nebraska Promise.
We have many benefits for students who have served in the military.
Scores are only accepted directly from the testing agency to the university by electronic transmission or priority mail. Request official text scores from the testing agency to be sent directly to:
Office of Admissions
1410 Q St.
Lincoln, NE 68588
ACT Code: 2482
SAT Code: 6877
If the student would like to change their University of Nebraska degree campus.
If the student would like to take classes on a University of Nebraska campus other than their degree-granting campus.
Accurate sixth-semester class size is important in determining each student’s class rank, which informs our scholarship and admission decisions.
Accurate curricula help us keep our high school core courses list up to date. It will help your students determine how the classes they’ve taken in high school apply to their application.
Groups interested in applying must complete the following:
How Advanced Placement test scores translate to college credit.
How an International Baccalaureate Diploma applies to college credit.
How to transfer CLEP test scores as college credit.
US Military service may translate to college credit.
How credit transfer works from other higher education institutions.
The policies we follow when evaluating transfer credit.
A program to help determine course equivalency for classes students have already taken.
A complete list of course equivalencies from partner institutions.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln uses some basic placement exams to determine which courses are required for a student’s success.
All new students will need to take the Math Placement Exam before their scheduled New Student Enrollment orientation date.
*for students already enrolled at the university*
The Modern Language Placement Exam is used to determine what level of foreign language classes students studying in certain majors should enter. Only students in specific majors need to take this exam. These majors include:
Help your students get a head start with the Nebraska Now program, where they can earn college credit from real college classes taught by University of Nebraska–Lincoln professors.
Here are a few ways we listen to your concerns and address issues in the application process.
You can always get in touch with one of our recruitment managers as well.
The Advisory Board is a select group of leaders from both in-state and out-of-state schools who are invited to engage in conversations with the director of admissions, tour campus, and meet with leaders in the University. It is designed to create a platform for cooperation to meet the needs of the next generation of prospective Huskers.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln works closely with International Baccalaureate Coordinators to facilitate the transfer of IB diplomas to college credit. If you have any specific questions about IB programs, IB diplomas and what they mean to the university, they are a good resource to reach out to.
For more information email Ellen Sundermeier.
We’d be happy to come to your school or college fair and speak to you and your students about what Nebraska has to offer. Simply fill out the visit request form and we’ll get in touch shortly.
Have a course your institution offers evaluated for direct transfer to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
To have a course your institution offers evaluated for direct transfer to Nebraska, please provide the following information:
Academic Transfer Coordinator
201 Seaton Hall
Were always here to help. If you need additional assistance, feel free to contact the Office of Admissions at 402-472-2023 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.