Students who have University of Nebraska-Lincoln Admission Deficiencies
are strongly encouraged to complete the necessary courses that will
remove their deficiencies PRIOR to enrolling at NEBRASKA.
Students can clear their admission deficiencies by completing
appropriate courses through:
- UNL's Office of Extended Education & Outreach
UNL's Office of Extended Education & Outreach Independent Study
Program offers many courses at the college and high school levels.
For more information, call the office at (402) 472-2175 or visit
their website at: Extended Education & Outreach. Students who have a high school diploma
must take college level courses to remove an admissions deficiency.
- Community Colleges
Students may also choose to fulfill their requirement by completing
courses at a community college. Select a community college from
the links on the right to determine appropriate deficiency removal.
If you are an out-of-state student and wish to full the requirement
by completing courses at your local community college, you are welcome
to contact the Office of Admissions to
determine which courses to take.
Note: One college semester equivalent course must be successfully
completed to remove any fraction of one unit of deficiency (e.g.
students who have 1/2 unit deficiency in 4th year math must complete
one college semester of an appropriate course to remove the deficiency).
The student's UNL undergraduate college makes the decision as to
how courses used to remove Admission deficiencies will apply toward
the student's degree program. The College of Architecture, College
of Business Administration, and Human
Sciences DO NOT count deficiency courses toward ANY degree requirement. The College of
Journalism and the College of Arts and Sciences count deficiency courses ONLY
towards free elective degree requirements.