On-Campus

Visit Options

Visiting campus is the best way to experience NEBRASKA.

When you see it firsthand you begin to understand the rich tradition and contagious school spirit.

Each event offers the opportunity to learn about:

  • academics
  • paying for college
  • living and dining on campus
  • getting involved
  • making career connections
  • plus, visit with current students and get first-hand answers to your questions

Year-Round

Husker Weekdays »
Our most popular visit option. This free daily visit is open to any student and their guest. If you're looking for a personalized visit, this is for you!

Red Letter Days »
Open house visit day for high school seniors (all year) and juniors (spring only.)

Group Visits »
Group visits are available any weekday and are designed for students in 6th-12th grades. The visit includes presentations on admission & scholarships, a campus tour and lunch. We can also tailor these visits to a school or organizations needs.


Events listed below will be linked when information becomes available for the upcoming year.

Fall

HS College Access Days »
College Access Days are planned visit days specially designed to give groups of students an inside look at what college is all about.

Diversity Leadership Symposia Series »
Native College Day »
Conference style events designed to celebrate and promote leadership in diverse communities.

ROTC Visit Day »
Open house event for students interested in ROTC or a career in the armed forces.

Housing Showcase
Open house visit for students and guests wanting to experience on-campus living and dining.

College of Architecture Open House
Open to high school seniors, this is an interactive open house to explore majors in architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture.

Spring

Jr High College Access Days »
It's never too early to start planning for college. This is a group visit day just for junior high students.

Summer

Husker Summer Preview
Make summer plans to visit. This open house day is perfect for students just starting their college search.