Admitted Student Day

Admitted Student Day

Online Experience

Admitted Student Day

April 5, 12–5 p.m. CDT

Admitted Student Day Online Experience

Get ready to explore your future at Nebraska! The Admitted Student Day Online Experience is your chance to get a better understanding of your area of academic interest, get an overview of campus resources and opportunities and—most importantly—ask questions.

On Sunday, April 5, we'll bring you the sessions below live via Zoom (if you haven't used Zoom before, click to download Zoom for your computer or mobile device). As you review the schedule and plan your day, know that you don't need to attend every session—you'll have the option to join one session for each time block listed. Please note many sessions repeat.

How to Join a Session

On Sunday, Zoom rooms will open 10 minutes before each session starts, and the button links will turn red to indicate you can enter the room. To join a session, simply click the red button below the session's description and enter the Zoom password we sent you by email.

Chat with us on GroupMe

We encourage you to ask questions during the info sessions, but if you have a question at any time throughout the day, we'll be available on GroupMe (from 12 to 5 p.m. CDT on April 5). No question is too big, too small or too random. We'll post direct links to topic groups below on Sunday.

GroupMe Chat List

To get started, download or log into the free GroupMe app if you haven't already. There's an app for iOS and Android. If you don't have smartphone, you can also use the browser-based web version. If you need help, email us at admissions@unl.edu.

Group Chats

Direct, 1-to-1 Messages

If you want to ask a question directly to a recruiter, find the closest region to where you live below and scan or click to connect (you don't worry about getting into the wrong room—just pick what you think is best and go!). Although some staff are located outside of Nebraska, all three are proud Husker alums and are happy to help you with any question you have related to your transition to becoming a Husker.

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Nebraska Students

Connect with Cecilia "CJ" Kracl Located in Lincoln

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Out-of-State Students (East):

Connect with Adam Britten Located in Chicago

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Out-of-State Students (West):

Connect with Genesis Garcia Located in Dallas

Preview Campus

Because you're joining us from home, check out the two videos below to see what it's actually like on campus in Lincoln

12:00–12:30 p.m. CDT

Value of Nebraska

Hosted by Admissions

Nebraska offers competitive scholarships and is among the lowest tuition in the Big Ten. Learn more about the value of a Nebraska education and how we prepare students for great careers.

Session Available April 5

Nebraska Next Steps

Hosted by Admissions & New Student Enrollment

Learn about the next steps you need to take to prepare for your experience as a Husker next Fall: orientation, arrival, welcome on campus and more.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Welcome to the Office of Academic Success & Intercultural Services (OASIS)

Hosted by OASIS Staff

OASIS enhances student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness and social engagement with an emphasis on meeting the needs of ethnic minority students and students receiving Diversity Enhancement Scholarships. Learn more about how students find community and support through OASIS.

Session Available April 5

Choosing Your Meal Plan

Hosted by University Dining

Dining Director Dave Annis will walk you through new student meal plan options and answer questions so you can decide which plan is best for you.

Session Available April 5

Learning Communities: Live, Learn, Connect

Hosted by Learning Communities Staff

Learning Communities are groups of students with a shared academic interest who live in the same residence hall, take classes together and benefit from academic support and specialized programming. Learn more about how Learning Communities can help you succeed in college, meet like-minded friends and make campus seem a little smaller.

Session Available April 5

Campus Recreation: Becoming an #ActiveHusker

Hosted by Campus Recreation

As a Husker you will have the opportunity to access three different recreation facilities and participate in numerous programs with multiple services offered. Let us help you find your movement, community and passion.

Session Available April 5

Fraternity & Sorority Life at Nebraska

Hosted by Fraternity & Sorority Life

Learn more about the fraternity and sorority community at Nebraska. This session is for those interested in joining Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association chapters.

Session Available April 5

Campus Involvement: How to Help You Engage

Hosted by Student Involvement

Learn how campus involvement can provide you with opportunities for personal and professional development (meaning a connection to your future career) as you transition from high school to college. Student Involvement is here to help you find and get involved with organizations, resources and programs that match your interests and needs.

Session Available April 5

12:30–1:00 p.m. CDT

Husker Hub: Understanding Your Resources

Hosted by Husker Hub Staff

Husker Hub is Nebraska's one-stop offering students integrated services from the offices of Scholarships and Financial Aid, University Registrar, Bursar and Student Accounts. This session will provide an overview of enrollment and financial aid as you plan your path toward graduation.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Tour of East Campus

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on our East Campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Rooted in Tradition: The Cornhusker Experience

Hosted by Student Alumni Association

Learn about the shared campus traditions that created the Cornhusker Experience and how it can be a part of your Nebraska journey. Hosted by the Student Alumni Association, whose mission is dedicated to enhancing the connection between students and alumni by providing a robust Husker experience through social, professional development and networking events, as well as one-of-kind campus traditions.

Session Available April 5

8+, Allergen-Free & Special Meals

Hosted by University Dining

All dining centers at Nebraska can accommodate students with allergen- and gluten-free meal options. Pam Edwards, Dining Services assistant director and registered dietitian, will talk about menus and the 8+ allergen-free options at Harper Dining.

Session Available April 5

Ask a Resident Assistant (RA) & Move-in

Hosted by University Housing

Take a virtual tour of our traditional-style rooms and learn more about living on campus at Nebraska. You'll also learn tips and tricks for a great move-in experience! (Please note this session will tour a traditional-style room only—there are sessions at 1 and 3 p.m. CDT for suite-style rooms.)

Session Available April 5

Campus Recreation: Virtual Fitness Class

Hosted by Campus Recreation

Virtually attend a group fitness class with Campus Recreation certified instructors. Be prepared to find your movement.

Session Available April 5

Fraternity & Sorority Life at Nebraska: Multicultural Edition

Hosted by Fraternity & Sorority Life

Learn more about the fraternity and sorority community at Nebraska. This session is for those interested in joining the Multicultural Greek Council and National Panhellenic Council chapters.

Session Available April 5

Campus Involvement: How to Help You Engage

Hosted by Student Involvement

Learn how campus involvement can provide you with opportunities for personal and professional development (meaning a connection to your future career) as you transition from high school to college. Student Involvement is here to help you find and get involved with organizations, resources and programs that match your interests and needs.

Session Available April 5

Learning Communities: Live, Learn, Connect

Hosted by Learning Communities Staff

Learning Communities are groups of students with a shared academic interest who live in the same residence hall, take classes together and benefit from academic support and specialized programming. Learn more about how Learning Communities can help you succeed in college, meet like-minded friends and make campus seem a little smaller.

Session Available April 5

1:00-1:30 p.m. CDT

Value of Nebraska

Hosted by Admissions

Nebraska offers competitive scholarships and is among the lowest tuition in the Big Ten. Learn more about the value of a Nebraska education and how we prepare students for great careers.

Session Available April 5

Nebraska Next Steps

Hosted by Admissions & New Student Enrollment

Learn about the next steps you need to take to prepare for your experience as a Husker next Fall: orientation, arrival, welcome on campus and more.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Welcome to the Office of Academic Success & Intercultural Services (OASIS)

Hosted by OASIS Staff

OASIS enhances student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness and social engagement with an emphasis on meeting the needs of ethnic minority students and students receiving Diversity Enhancement Scholarships. Learn more about how students find community and support through OASIS.

Session Available April 5

Choosing Your Meal Plan

Hosted by University Dining

Dining Director Dave Annis will walk you through new student meal plan options and answer questions so you can decide which plan is best for you.

Session Available April 5

Learning Communities: Live, Learn, Connect

Hosted by Learning Communities Staff

Learning Communities are groups of students with a shared academic interest who live in the same residence hall, take classes together and benefit from academic support and specialized programming. Learn more about how Learning Communities can help you succeed in college, meet like-minded friends and make campus seem a little smaller.

Session Available April 5

Ask a Resident Assistant (RA) & Move-in

Hosted by University Housing

Take a virtual tour of our suitestyle rooms and learn more about living on campus at Nebraska! You'll also learn tips and tricks for a great move-in experience! (Please note this session will tour a suite-style room only—there are sessions at 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. CDT for traditional-style rooms.)

Session Available April 5

Campus Recreation: Becoming an #ActiveHusker

Hosted by Campus Recreation

As a Husker you will have the opportunity to access three different recreation facilities and participate in numerous programs with multiple services offered. Let us help you find your movement, community and passion.

Session Available April 5

Military and Veteran Success Center: All military connected students

Hosted by MVSC

This session will provide information on education benefits and services available for all military students, which includes Military Dependents, Veterans, Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve.

Session Available April 5

Connecting to Student Success

Hosted by Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success (CAST) engages, empowers and supports all students—both inside and outside of the classroom. CAST offers academic and transition coaching, peer mentors and interactive workshops. Join us to learn how to build a strong support network on campus.

Session Available April 5

Fraternity & Sorority Life at Nebraska

Hosted by Fraternity & Sorority Life

Learn more about the fraternity and sorority community at Nebraska. This session is for those interested in joining Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association chapters.

Session Available April 5

Campus Involvement: How to Help You Engage

Hosted by Student Involvement

Learn how campus involvement can provide you with opportunities for personal and professional development (meaning a connection to your future career) as you transition from high school to college. Student Involvement is here to help you find and get involved with organizations, resources and programs that match your interests and needs.

Session Available April 5

1:30-2:00 p.m. CDT

Husker Hub: Understanding Your Resources

Hosted by Husker Hub Staff

Husker Hub is Nebraska's one-stop offering students integrated services from the offices of Scholarships and Financial Aid, University Registrar, Bursar and Student Accounts. This session will provide an overview of enrollment and financial aid as you plan your path toward graduation.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Tour of East Campus

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on our East Campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Rooted in Tradition: The Cornhusker Experience

Hosted by Student Alumni Association

Learn about the shared campus traditions that created the Cornhusker Experience and how it can be a part of your Nebraska journey. Hosted by the Student Alumni Association, whose mission is dedicated to enhancing the connection between students and alumni by providing a robust Husker experience through social, professional development and networking events, as well as one-of-kind campus traditions.

Session Available April 5

Your 2020-21 Housing Contract

Hosted by University Dining

How does the Roommate Finder work? Kate Burger, assistant director for housing contracts, will walk you through the contract process, review deadlines and explain Roommate Finder.

Session Available April 5

Campus Recreation: Virtual Fitness Class

Hosted by Campus Recreation

Virtually attend a group fitness class with Campus Recreation certified instructors. Be prepared to find your movement.

Session Available April 5

Engage the World: Study, Internship, Research and Service-Learning Opportunities Abroad

Hosted by Education Abroad

Students can enhance their experience at Nebraska by participating in study, internship, research or service learning abroad. With unique programs in over 70 countries, students can find the perfect fit for their academic, personal and professional goals, as well as their budget.

Session Available April 5

Connecting to Student Success

Hosted by Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success (CAST) engages, empowers and supports all students—both inside and outside of the classroom. CAST offers academic and transition coaching, peer mentors and interactive workshops. Join us to learn how to build a strong support network on campus.

Session Available April 5

Fraternity & Sorority Life at Nebraska: Multicultural Edition

Hosted by Fraternity & Sorority Life

Learn more about the fraternity and sorority community at Nebraska. This session is for those interested in joining the Multicultural Greek Council and National Panhellenic Council chapters.

Session Available April 5

Campus Involvement: How to Help You Engage

Hosted by Student Involvement

Learn how campus involvement can provide you with opportunities for personal and professional development (meaning a connection to your future career) as you transition from high school to college. Student Involvement is here to help you find and get involved with organizations, resources and programs that match your interests and needs.

Session Available April 5

ROTC Branches

Hosted by Airforce, Army & Navy/Marine ROTC Branches

Can you rise to the challenge? Discover the strength to lead and inspire others. Join us for more information about the Army, Navy and Air Force ROTC programs on campus. Learn more about what life is like for one of our students.

Session Available April 5

Learning Communities: Live, Learn, Connect

Hosted by Learning Communities Staff

Learning Communities are groups of students with a shared academic interest who live in the same residence hall, take classes together and benefit from academic support and specialized programming. Learn more about how Learning Communities can help you succeed in college, meet like-minded friends and make campus seem a little smaller.

Session Available April 5

2:00–2:30 p.m. CDT

Huskers Live

Join special guests Chancellor Ronnie Green, Executive Director of Enrollment Services Matt Ellis, Director of Admission Abby Freeman, and three current students to get a glimpse into what it means to be a Husker. Learn more about our academic community, campus life and the opportunities you can take to help prepare for your future, as well as how the university is responding to COVID-19.

Session Available April 5

2:30-3:00 p.m. CDT

Husker Hub: Understanding Your Resources

Hosted by Husker Hub Staff

Husker Hub is Nebraska's one-stop offering students integrated services from the offices of Scholarships and Financial Aid, University Registrar, Bursar and Student Accounts. This session will provide an overview of enrollment and financial aid as you plan your path toward graduation.

Session Available April 5

Nebraska Next Steps

Hosted by Admissions & New Student Enrollment

Learn about the next steps you need to take to prepare for your experience as a Husker next Fall: orientation, arrival, welcome on campus and more.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Tour of East Campus

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on our East Campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Engage the World: Study, Internship, Research and Service-Learning Opportunities Abroad

Hosted by Education Abroad

Students can enhance their experience at Nebraska by participating in study, internship, research or service learning abroad. With unique programs in over 70 countries, students can find the perfect fit for their academic, personal and professional goals, as well as their budget.

Session Available April 5

Ask a Resident Assistant (RA) & Move-in

Hosted by University Housing

Take a virtual tour of our traditional-style rooms and learn more about living on campus at Nebraska. You'll also learn tips and tricks for a great move-in experience! (Please note this session will tour a traditional-style room only—there are sessions at 1 and 3 p.m. CDT for suite-style rooms.)

Session Available April 5

Connecting to Student Success

Hosted by Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success (CAST) engages, empowers and supports all students—both inside and outside of the classroom. CAST offers academic and transition coaching, peer mentors and interactive workshops. Join us to learn how to build a strong support network on campus.

Session Available April 5

Military and Veteran Success Center: All military connected students

Hosted by MVSC

This session will provide information on education benefits and services available for all military students, which includes Military Dependents, Veterans, Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve.

Session Available April 5

Explore Academics

Hosted by College Recruiters

Join us to hear from and learn more about the college you are considering a major in.

College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

We prepare you for careers in everything from animals to plants, soil to climate, golf to business, mechanization to leadership and food to forensic science. Join us to learn more about how you can create solutions, develop innovations and make discoveries that can change the world's future—and yours.

Session Available April 5

College of Architecture

Learn more about majors in architecture, interior design and landscape architecture.

Session Available April 5

College of Arts & Sciences

In this information session, our recruitment team and student ambassadors will provide information on what life is like as a CAS Husker. You will learn about academics, experiences and opportunities at CAS. Join us to learn how we will help you plan your academic path.

Session Available April 5

College of Business

Learn more about academic programs and resources offered in the College of Business. Join us to hear from current students about their experiences and involvement.

Session Available April 5

College of Education & Human Sciences

Join us to learn more about the many academic programs we have available in the College of Education and Human Sciences.

Session Available April 5

College of Engineering

This session is for the students who are still undecided and considering engineering, or who are deciding between engineering and another major. Through presentation and Q&A with engineering staff and current students, prospective students will gain a better understanding of what it means to be an engineering student at Nebraska.

Session Available April 5

College of Fine & Performing Arts (Pre-Audition/Portfolio)

Join us to learn more about FPA units and majors and the audition/application process.

Session Available April 5

College of Journalism & Mass Communications

Learn more about the resources the College of Journalism and Mass Communications has to help you learn what being a media professional truly means in today's world.

Session Available April 5

School of Criminology & Criminal Justice

The School of Criminology & Criminal Justice is a nationally recognized leader in criminal justice education and research. Learn more about our faculty, careers, internships, student engagement opportunities and program requirements.

Session Available April 5

Explore Center

The Explore Center is the academic advising home for students who are undecided, transitioning between majors, pre-health, pre-law, or pre-engineering. We can help you explore your interests, skills and values and connect them with majors and pre-professional fields. Discover the academic opportunities within the Explore Center.

Session Available April 5

Computer Science & Engineering Department

If you are you considering a major or minor in computing, join us to learn more about the three computing majors and the opportunities that are available.

Session Available April 5

3:00-3:30 p.m. CDT

Value of Nebraska

Hosted by Admissions

Nebraska offers competitive scholarships and is among the lowest tuition in the Big Ten. Learn more about the value of a Nebraska education and how we prepare students for great careers.

Session Available April 5

Nebraska Next Steps

Hosted by Admissions & New Student Enrollment

Learn about the next steps you need to take to prepare for your experience as a Husker next Fall: orientation, arrival, welcome on campus and more.

Session Available April 5

Virtual Campus Tour

Hosted by Campus Visits

See what life is like on campus as a current Nebraska student takes you on a virtual tour, live on campus from a safe distance.

Session Available April 5

Connecting to Student Success

Hosted by Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success (CAST) engages, empowers and supports all students—both inside and outside of the classroom. CAST offers academic and transition coaching, peer mentors and interactive workshops. Join us to learn how to build a strong support network on campus.

Session Available April 5

ROTC Branches

Hosted by Airforce, Army & Navy/Marine ROTC Branches

Can you rise to the challenge? Discover the strength to lead and inspire others. Join us for more information about the Army, Navy and Air Force ROTC programs on campus. Learn more about what life is like for one of our students.

Session Available April 5

Ask a Resident Assistant (RA) & Move-in

Hosted by University Housing

Take a virtual tour of our suite style rooms and learn more about living on campus at Nebraska. You'll also learn tips and tricks for a great move-in experience. (Please note this session will tour a suite-style room only—there are sessions at 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. CDT for traditional-style rooms.)

Session Available April 5

Explore Academics

Hosted by College Recruiters

Join us to hear from and learn more about the college you are considering a major in.

College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

We prepare you for careers in everything from animals to plants, soil to climate, golf to business, mechanization to leadership and food to forensic science. Join us to learn more about how you can create solutions, develop innovations and make discoveries that can change the world's future—and yours.

Session Available April 5

College of Architecture

Learn more about majors in architecture, interior design and landscape architecture.

Session Available April 5

College of Arts & Sciences

In this information session, our recruitment team and student ambassadors will provide information on what life is like as a CAS Husker. You will learn about academics, experiences and opportunities at CAS. Join us to learn how we will help you plan your academic path.

Session Available April 5

College of Business

Learn more about academic programs and resources offered in the College of Business. Join us to hear from current students about their experiences and involvement.

Session Available April 5

College of Education & Human Sciences

Join us to learn more about the many academic programs we have available in the College of Education and Human Sciences.

Session Available April 5

College of Engineering

This session is for the students who are still undecided and considering engineering, or who are deciding between engineering and another major. Through presentation and Q&A with engineering staff and current students, prospective students will gain a better understanding of what it means to be an engineering student at Nebraska.

Session Available April 5

College of Fine & Performing Arts (Pre-Audition/Portfolio)

Join us to learn more about FPA units and majors and the audition/application process.

Session Available April 5

College of Journalism & Mass Communications

Learn more about the resources the College of Journalism and Mass Communications has to help you learn what being a media professional truly means in today's world.

Session Available April 5

School of Criminology & Criminal Justice

The School of Criminology & Criminal Justice is a nationally recognized leader in criminal justice education and research. Learn more about our faculty, careers, internships, student engagement opportunities and program requirements.

Session Available April 5

Explore Center

The Explore Center is the academic advising home for students who are undecided, transitioning between majors, pre-health, pre-law, or pre-engineering. We can help you explore your interests, skills and values and connect them with majors and pre-professional fields. Discover the academic opportunities within the Explore Center.

Session Available April 5

Computer Science & Engineering Department

If you are you considering a major or minor in computing, join us to learn more about the three computing majors and the opportunities that are available.

Session Available April 5

3:30-4:30 p.m. CDT

Academic Admit Socials

Hosted by College Recruiters

Join your academic area college or department to connect with current students, faculty and staff to learn about what opportunities and adventures await you in your academic program.

College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

Meet the CASNR Dean, current CASNR students and the academic advisors and faculty who are a part of the CASNR community. Learn more about what life is like as a CASNR student and all the resources available to help you succeed.

Session Available April 5

College of Architecture

Visit with the College of Architecture Dean, academic advisors and current students. It is a great time to get all your major-specific questions answered.

Session Available April 5

College of Arts & Sciences

Meet the Arts and Sciences Dean, faculty from the college, our advising leaders and career coaches and some of our current student ambassadors. Learn more about the culture of our college and why so many people work together to make sure you have everything you need to be successful at Nebraska.

Session Available April 5

College of Business

What is it like to be a business student at Nebraska? This session allows students to connect with Dean Farrell, participate in a lecture with a current faculty member and explore internship and career readiness opportunities with the Business Career Center!

Session Available April 5

College of Education & Human Sciences

Join us to see how our students learn, develop and ultimately graduate as game changers who are ready to make a difference in the world.

Session Available April 5

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering will provide an opportunity for students to hear from and connect with the dean, current engineering students and the college's career services, advising and student development teams. Learn more about where Nebraska's College of Engineering is going, why it's a great time to be a Nebraska engineer and how the college will help students tailor their college experience to meet their goals.

Session Available April 5

College of Fine & Performing Arts (Pre-Audition/Portfolio)

This session will provide students an opportunity to hear from college administration, a student panel and take a live virtual tour of a Hixson-Lied College.

Session Available April 5

College of Journalism & Mass Communications

Join the #CoJMCFamily for a virtual tour of Andersen hall and see why TV news and newspapers are not the only things in our building. Drones, virtual reality, data analytics and social media are the new age of technology and storytelling.

Session Available April 5

School of Criminology & Criminal Justice

The School of Criminology & Criminal Justice is a nationally recognized leader in criminal justice education and research. Learn about our faculty, careers, internships, student engagement opportunities and program requirements.

Session Available April 5

Explore Center

The Explore Center is the academic advising home for students who are undecided, transitioning between majors, pre-health, pre-law, or pre-engineering. We can help you explore your interests, skills and values and connect them with majors and pre-professional fields. Discover the academic opportunities within the Explore Center.

Session Available April 5

Computer Science & Engineering Department

Join us to hear from current computing students, faculty and staff. Learn about the many opportunities and adventures that await you at Nebraska.

Session Available April 5

4:30-5:00 p.m. CDT

Director Round Table

Hosted by Hosts by department

Hear from the leaders of Admissions, University Housing, Husker Hub, OASIS and CAST and take the opportunity to get your questions answered.

Session Available April 5