For scholarship and invited walk-ons only.
Chancellor’ Leadership Class/Pepsi Scholars
The purpose of the Chancellor’s Leadership Class (CLC) is to provide the members an overview of the University (academics, activities, organizations, etc.), a network of campus leaders to learn and grown from and a foundation for further leadership development. CLC students receive a scholarship and participate in a leadership class.
More information about the Chancellor’s Leader Class can be found at engage.unl.edu/chancellors-leadership-class.
Pepsi Service Scholars are recipients of the Pepsi Service Scholarship for Outstanding Leadership Service, a scholarship awarded by the UNL Admissions office, to Nebraska high school graduating seniors who demonstrate exemplary community service, leadership, and academic scholarship.
More information about Pepsi Scholars can be found at engage.unl.edu/pepsi-service-scholars.
This invited program at the University of Nebraska is a university-wide community of scholars-an intense intellectual experience for top students in a major research university setting. The Honors Program gives students who strive for academic excellence an opportunity to explore new knowledge through research, to participate actively in a process of discovery, and appreciate and respect a diversity of opinions.
More information about the Honors Program can be found at honors.unl.edu .
Learning Communities at Nebraska are designed to help students explore major and career opportunities while supporting student’s academic and social transition to college life. Nebraska offers over 25 Learning Community options for first-year students. In each Learning Community, members LIVE together in the residence halls, LEARN together through 2-3 shared classes each semester, and CONNECT through co-curricular field trips and on-campus activities highlighting major/career opportunities, campus resources, and social experiences. At this morning appointment, students will learn more about the Learning Community program and how their membership in a Learning Community affects their NSE course registration.
More information about Learning Communities can be found at learncom.unl.edu .
Nebraska College Preparatory Academy
The Nebraska College Preparatory Academy prepares first-generation and low-income students from Omaha North Magnet and Grand Island Senior High Schools to achieve personal and academic excellence. This is achieved through academic counseling and support, leadership building and personal development throughout high school and college, as well a financial assistance to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
More information about the Nebraska College Preparatory Academy can be found at ncpa.unl.edu.
If you haven’t followed the “traditional path” to college directly after high school graduation, it’s okay and there is a special session for you to attend at your New Student Enrollment day. Typical non-traditional students:
- Are 23 years of age or older,
- Have been out of school for a number of years,
- And/or have a primary focus other than school (i.e. marriage, parenting, work, etc.).
NU Connections is designed to connect Diversity Enhancement Scholarship recipients to resources on and off-campus. NU Connection students are paired with a peer mentor, attend academic success workshops and are linked with a professional staff member to build a plan for academic success.
Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS)
OASIS works will all University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, with an emphasis on meeting the needs of ethnic minority students. OASIS programs are focused on academic excellence, diversity awareness, and social engagement. Through participation in the OASIS Student Success Program, students will gain the skills to facilitate their successful transition to college and continuous efforts towards degree completion.
More information about the Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services, or OASIS, can be found at unl.edu/oasis/academic-success-and-intercultural-services.
Raikes School of Computer Science and Management Scholars
The Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management is a unique program developing word-class innovators and leaders through an interdisciplinary computer science and business management honors education.
More information about the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management can be found at raikes.unl.edu.
ROTC: Air Force, Army, Navy
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) are college-based officer training programs for training commissioned officers of the United States Armed Forces.
More information about the Army ROTC program can be found at unl.edu/armyrotc.
More information about the Navy ROTC program can be found at unl.edu/nrotc.
More information about the Air Force ROTC program can be found at unl.edu/afrotc.
Student Support Services (SSS)
Student Support Services offers assistance for undergraduates who are first-generation, low-income, or may have a disability with their goal of successful completion of post-secondary education. A participant could be undecided, from a non-traditional stream, or one intending to secure a baccalaureate degree in any major.
More information about Student Support Services can be found at trio.unl.edu.
Veterans/Military Service Members
Veterans and military service members receiving their education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are a valued and vital component of our campus community. You will have an opportunity to learn about special services provided to support veterans and military service members.
More information about resources offered to veterans and military service members can be found at vetsuccess.unl.edu.
William H. Thompson Learning Communities
Students who have received the Susan T. Buffet Scholarship are automatic members of the William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community, or “Thompson Scholars”. The goal of the W.H. Thompson community is to foster the achievements and potential that earned you the Buffet Scholarship. William H. Thompson Learning Communities aim to support scholars’ academic, personal, and social development through a variety of opportunities, programming, and classroom experiences.
More information about William H. Thompson Learning Communities can be found at unl.edu/wht/home.