Spanish Visit Day/Día de Visita
April 10, 2021
Event Details/Detalles del evento
Open House | Half Day
Families, experience what life is like as a student at Nebraska and learn how to prepare. Spanish Visit Days are free campus visit opportunities open to any student and their guests. Your tour and each of the sessions throughout your day will be hosted in Spanish.
During your visit, you’ll tour campus with a current Nebraska student as your guide, explore your academic interests and discover the many services that help students at Nebraska succeed.
By attending this event, you’ll be considered for the Emerging Leaders scholarship worth $8,000 in tuition over four years.
Registration is required. Due to COVID-19 precautions, guests are limited to two per student. Registration closes April 7, 2021.
Familias, vean lo que la Universidad de Nebraska–Lincoln tiene que ofrecer y obtengan información sobre cómo prepararse para la universidad. Todas las sesiones y el recorrido serán en español.
Durante su visita recorrerás el campus, explorará sus intereses académicos y aprenderá sobre los servicios que ayudan a los estudiantes de Nebraska tener éxito.
Al asistir, será considerado para la beca Nebraska Beca de Líderes Emergentes de Nebraska de $2,000 por año por 4 años que se aplique a la matrícula.
Es necesario registrarse. Los invitados son limitados por dos por estudiante. La inscripción cierra el 7 de abril de 2021.
COVID-19 Event Precautions
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln takes the health and safety of our campus community very seriously. In response to the spread of COVID-19, we have taken the following precautions.
The university will follow local and state health official guidelines for any limitations on group gathering sizes or restrictions. Check the city’s COVID risk dial and other important information here: https://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/covid19/.
All visit and event participants and facilitators will wear facial coverings, in keeping with established campus policy. Temperatures of guests will not be taken by the Office of Admissions or University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Hand sanitizers will be available at every entrance/exit to a building as well as various other spots on campus.
The university has modified visit and event scheduling, locations and room arrangements (seating, tables, etc.) to facilitate six or more feet of physical distancing between attendees. Admissions staff has coordinated with facilities on any need for more frequent cleaning of high-touch points in high-traffic areas. We will adhere to facility and room capacities, entrances, exits and traffic flows established for physical distancing.
If you or any parent/guardian accompanying you have any related COVID-19 symptoms, do not come to campus. Please call the Office of Admissions at 402-472-2023 to have your visit rescheduled at a different date.
We encourage guests to use the 1-Check COVID-19 screening app (iOS/Android) developed by the University of Nebraska Medical Center. 1-Check COVID-19 enables individuals to privately answer a series of questions and assess their risk of having COVID-19.
The Office of Admissions is committed to hosting potential students in a variety of platforms. If an on-campus experience is not the right option for you, virtual experiences are available. Join us for one of our recurring online info sessions or for a 1-to-1 phone or video conference appointment. Click the button below to learn more and register.Connect With Us Remotely
Schedule/Horario para el día
Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Nebraska Student Union (1400 R St.).
Welcome to Nebraska/Bienvenida
Get a “big picture” introduction to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Campus Tour/Recorrido del campus
Experience what life is like as a student at Nebraska. We'll walk the tour, so we recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
Student Panel/Panel de estudiantes de Nebraska
Hear what current students have to say about their experiences at Nebraska!
Student Resources at Nebraska Session/Sesión de recursos del campus
Hear from our Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS) about the various resources and support they provide to students.
Learning Communities at Nebraska/Sesión de Learning Communities
Students with a shared academic interest and/or experience live together, often on the same residence hall floor, learn together through at least one shared class, connect to students, upper-class student mentors and faculty with shared interests, prepare for the future through exclusive academic, social and professional activities and events.
Paying for College/Sesión de como pagar la universidad
A financial aid advisor will discuss your many options and opportunities for financial aid and scholarships.
Parking & Check-in/El estacionamiento
No need to pay—we’ll validate your parking before you leave.
No hay necesidad de pagar—nosotros cubrimos el gasto de estacionamiento.