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There is no place like Nebraska and there is no better time to become a Husker! The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is waiving the undergraduate admissions application fee for Nebraskans until Oct. 18 as part of an effort to expand access and encourage college-going among students and families. This year, we know that it may be difficult for students to take the ACT or SAT because of public health concerns. To support students, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is test-optional for both university admission and scholarships. Apply for FREE at by selecting “fee waiver” and entering the code “NUforNE” on the website.
The EMS Reservation system is set up to electronically reserve spaces: 
The reservations can be made from your computer using your True You credentials. Log on to the website and find the spaces.
If you experience technical difficulties, please contact Robyn Goodwin,, 402-472-9215.
Scheduling an Academic Advising Appointment

As Priority Registration for spring 2021 approaches, please remember all advising will be conducted through Zoom. You can schedule an advising appointment with your academic advisor by logging into MyPlan. Or reach out to your advisor directly at:

Jaime Mastera
Leslie Gonzalez
Stephanie Kuenning

-Stephanie Kuenning
We are just passing the mid-semester mark this week and the fall season is starting to show signs of change. I have the feeling that I blinked a few too many times this semester and a lot has flown by me. Everyone is working very hard to overcome the online distance between us, but the novelty of our situation has long ago lost its luster. Conceptually, this new online condition has collapsed space and time, but the reality of the expressionless faces staring back at me on my Zoom screen tell me that the level of engagement is far less than the in-person experience. The Nebraska landscape is one of subtlety, so I should have already attuned myself to reading much from a little, but then I can see the richness of this environment by immersing myself in it on my weekend walks. This may read like a melancholy reflection on the current state of affairs facing the education community, but I don’t mean it to be the case. More-
This week I am eager to share work from Kendra Ordia’s third-year studio, IDES 311-Interior Design Studio III. Ordia is in her second year as an assistant professor in the Interior Design Program and her third-year studio is a great example of faculty integrating and aligning their creative activity and research agendas in the classroom.
Our third-year interior design students begin to shift from the fundamental strategies of space and place-making to more inquiry based methodologies of positioning interior built environments to have positive impacts on and connect with external influences in social, cultural, societal, environmental and political systems. More-
Free on-campus COVID testing site for students, faculty and staff has opened at the 17th and R street parking garage.
Check out the new competition and scholarship opportunities on our website or here on Canvas.

Note: Due to the numerous opportunities available, we are listing all content on our website. See links listed above for more details.
Check out the College of Architecture website for new internship and job 

Plus, University of Nebraska Career Services encourages you to view a few of their new Full-Time job postings at Handshake. Check them out!
Date: Oct. 25

Date: Nov. 6
Time: 4 pm
Location: Online

Final Reviews:
Date: Nov. 16-20

Final Exams:
Date: Nov. 21-25

Thanksgiving Vacation (UNL offices closed)
Date: Nov. 26–28

Fall 2020 Three Week Session
Date: Nov. 30 - Dec. 18

Fall Semester Graduate Commencement
Date: Dec. 18

Fall Semester Undergraduate Commencement
Date: Dec. 19

Hyde Lunch and Learn
Date: Feb. 11
Time: 12 pm
Location: Online

Date: Feb. 12
Time: 4 pm
Location: Online

Date: March 4
Time: 12 pm
Location: Online

Date: March 5
Time: 4 pm
Location: Online
Your family and friends know how important your college education is to you. Why not share some of your experiences with them. Encourage them to connect with us on social media!