Well-Being

UNL Health Center

The Health Center provides a wide variety of services and programming to care for students. See more information here.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Do you feel alone, scared, unsure or hurt? We are here for you. Our multicultural and professionally diverse staff at Counseling and Psychological Services can attend to the variety of reactions and feelings you may have while away from home.

Big Red Resilience and Well-Being

BRRWB advocates for the 9 pillars of well being. They offer student wellbeing coaches to assist students in living a healthy life.  Check out their website for more information.

Center for Advocacy, Education, and Response

The CARE Office is here to support victims of interpersonal violence or other crimes. They offer confidential meetings with advocates and other programming. 

Mental Health

See this video for a description of mental health and how it impacts you.

UNL Campus Recreation Center

Workout on your own or with guided classes through the Recreation Center. They are located on City and East Campus. See their website here. Interested in outdoor activities? Check out the Outdoor Adventure Center.

Husker Pantry

The Husker Pantry is here to help fight food insecurity on campus. It is located on the first floor of the University Health Center.

Academics

Center for Academic Success and Transition (CAST)

CAST is an office on campus to help students succeed in their academics. This link provides the specific resources for International Students.

Tutoring Resources

Click here for more information on resource centers on campus that offer free tutoring! 

Programs for English as a Second Language

PIESL’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Labs are open to all students, not just those enrolled in IEP or CEAP.

Graduate Studies

After receiving admission for graduate study at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, your journey to the U.S. will begin. Review and take notes on the pre-arrival information, post-admission checklist, and timeline below to get started on a smooth transition.

Find Your Advisor

Do you have questions about your major, the classes you are taking, or your path to graduation? Connect with your academic advisor. Click here to find your academic advisor.

UNL Writing Center

The Writing Center offers assistance on all pieces of communication, from class papers to theses/dissertations. Click here to schedule an appointment.

Explore Center

Meet with the Explore Center if you are undecided on your major, looking to switch your major, or on a pre-professional track.

Get Involved

ISSO Events

The ISSO puts on a variety of in-person and online events. Check out upcoming events here.  Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook!

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking to give back to the community? See Student Involvement's portal to find ways to serve.

Registered Student Organizations

Check out Student Involvement's website for Registered Student Organizations (RSOs). RSO's are a great way to make new friends, find new passions, or give back to the community.

Office of Greek Affairs

Interested in joining a sorority or fraternity? Learn more about the chapters on campus here.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services

The mission of OASIS is to enhance student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness, and social engagement. View their website here.

The Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center

The Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center (JGMC) continues the tradition of past UNL Culture Centers, providing a home away from home for underrepresented students while welcoming all UNL students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests.

The Women's Center

The Women's Center promotes gender equity, community, advocacy, and education. Learn more about their office here.

The LGBTQA+ Center

The LGBTQA+ Center works collaboratively to provide education, resources, outreach, and advocacy to develop academic and personal success, community, and leadership opportunities.

The Kawaski Reading Room

The Kawasaki Reading Room for Japanese Studies acts as a cultural bridge by providing educational resources and sharing Japanese culture, art, language and history to the University of Nebraska - Lincoln and the extended community.

Services for Students with Disabilities

The mission of SSD is to facilitate equal and integrated access to the academic, social, cultural and recreational programs offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and to foster independent decision making skills necessary to achieve personal and academic success.

Global Nebraska

See this website to get information about all things Global Nebraska.

On Campus

Housing and Residence Life

See this website to get updates on information for living on campus or being a resident assistant.

The Union

Our unions offer a variety of services and activites on City and East Campus.  Click here to learn more.

UNL Dining

Need information on dining hall hours of operation, menus, or meals plans? Look here to get the most updated information. 

Husker Hub

Have questions about scholarships, financial aid, requesting transcripts, or paying your student account? Visit their website which offers students integrated services from the offices of Scholarships and Financial Aid, University Registrar, Bursar and Student Accounts. You can visit Husker Hub for assistance with your enrollment and financial needs as you plan your path toward graduation

Student Legal Services

If you need assistance with your landlord, apartment complex, or anything that would need a lawyer, contact Student Legal Services.

Career Services

Looking to improve your resume, get interview practice, or find a job? Visit the Career Services page.

The Lied Center for Performing Arts

The Lied Center offers a variety of music shows and performances throughout the year.

Additional Resources

Renting Off Campus

If you choose to live off campus, make sure to refer to this checklist.

Off Campus Dining and Grocery

See this guide to finding food off campus.  Pickup, delivery, and shopping options are included. 

UNL Campus Police

UNL Police Department is dedicated to keeping campus safe and preventing crime. Their phone number is 402-472-2222. Check out their website here.

Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center provides marriage and family therapy on-site and from a distance. Learn more on their website.

Scams

ISSO has continued to see an increase in scams targeting international students and scholars. Our goal is to educate you on what types of scams may exist and provide resources to contact if you do fall victim to a scam.

Understanding U.S. Elections

Attending school in the U.S. during a U.S. election can be an exciting and challenging time. Check out this website.