If you are a Nebraska resident who qualifies for the Federal Pell Grant, you are also eligible for Collegebound Nebraska, a tuition assistance program that can pay the cost of your tuition.
Scholarships and Financial Aid Programs
You never know how many scholarships you might qualify for until you check what Nebraska can offer you.
Nebraska residents who meet academic and income requirements may be eligible for free tuition through the Collegebound Nebraska program and up to $10,000
per year from Susan T. Buffett Foundation College Scholarships. If you qualify for the Free or Reduced Lunch program, you may be eligible
for these financial aid programs.
First-Year Sample Financial Aid Package
Nebraska student with $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from FAFSA who applies early.
|Estimated Direct Cost (How much college costs at Nebraska): $21,286
||Estimated Financial Aid Package: $23,500
||Buffett Scholarship: $10,500
|Estimated Housing & Meal Plan: $11,830
||Nebraska Scholarships & Grants: $5,300 (varies)
|Tuition & Fees: $9,456
||Collegebound Nebraska: $7,700 (Federal, State & University Grants)
This is just one example of a financial aid package. The example shown is not exactly how yours will work,
but rather a way to see how financial aid might measure up against costs and tuition.
You may receive more scholarships from Nebraska or other sources or receive an offer to earn Federal Work-Study
through on-campus employment. A modest amount of student loans may also be an option to help cover additional
See All Diversity Scholarships
We want to make Nebraska affordable for non-residents too, so we've created some great scholarships just for you.
See Non-Resident Scholarships