Center for Academic Success and Transition (CAST)
Academic Success Coaches from the CAST office build supportive relationships to learn study skills, learn life skills, and create action plans for student success.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-472-1880
The Explore Center
The Explore Center is the academic advising home for students who are undecided on a major, transitioning between majors, pre-health, pre-law, or pre-engineering. They help students explore their interests, skills, and values and connect them with majors and pre-professional fields.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-472-3605
William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community
The mission of the William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community is to foster a sense of belonging, promote learning, increase engagement, and celebrate success. Recognizing the importance of meaningful relationships, they develop the voices of future leaders who will engage as active citizens in our local and global community. United by their varied experiences and diverse backgrounds, they discover our individual potential, the power of education, and the foundation for a better tomorrow.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-326-5946
CAS Career Coaches
Career coaches help students find opportunities after graduation by learning about their own interests, abilities, and values. They help connect academics to experiences like internships, research, education abroad, leadership, and service.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-472-4190
Career Services guides students in exploring and expanding their potential and facilitates career connections between Huskers and the world.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-472-3145
Student Conduct & Community Standards
The Student Code of Conduct defines the procedures for resolving student violations.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-472-2021
Undergraduate Research (UCARE)
UCARE supports UNL undergraduates to work with faculty research advisors in research or creative activities, including within the arts, education, engineering, business, humanities, and natural sciences. Research applications are accepted for research in the academic year and summer.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-472-6023
This lab uses technology to support language learning and facilitate immersive experiences.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-472-3745
Digital Learning Center Exam Commons (DLC)
The Digital Learning Center Exam Commons provides a web-based assessment service in a large-scale environment. The DLC also provides scanning services where faculty and graduate teaching assistants can use Scanning Services for the scoring and analysis of Scantron-based ("bubble-sheet") tests and surveys.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-472-2110
Huskertech offers computers, computer accessories, and cell phone plans for sale to the campus community.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-472-5151
Resource Center: Chemistry
In the Chemistry Resource Center, students have access to free tutoring by teaching assistants.
Resource Center: Engineering
The College of Engineering Engineering Resource Center (ERC) provides free tutoring services for all engineering students. The Engineering Resource Center allows students to study with other engineering students and trained tutors to gain more confidence and a better understanding of course material.
Contact: 402-472-6361/ 402-554-6609
Resource Center: Math
The Mathematics Resource Center is committed to providing support for students enrolled in First-Year Mathematics courses (Math 100A, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, and 107/107H).
Resource Center: Physics
Graduate students who teach recitations and labs provide tutoring and homework help for Introductory Physics or Astronomy courses (PHYS or ASTR 1XX or 2XX).
Contact: see webpage for contact details
Resource Center: Writing
At the Writing Center, undergraduate and graduate Writing Consultants work with writers at all levels, from all disciplines, at all stages of the writing process.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-472-8803