How to Register
After You're Admitted
Welcome aboard! We're happy to have you. Here are your next steps after being admitted as a NEBRASKA Now student.
1. As a NEBRASKA Now student, you are considered a "visiting student" at the university, which means you do not intend to earn a degree from NEBRASKA (yet).
2. You will receive an email letting you know you're admitted. This email will tell you how to set up your MyRed account and claim your NUID (you need both to register for classes).
3. One business day after you are admitted you will be able to register for classes. Here's how:
- Log in to MyRed.
- Click the "Enrollment" tab at the top.
- Select the term for which you've been admitted.
- Click the blue "Enroll in Classes" button.
- On this page (and this page only) you will find NEBRASKA Now classes.
- Use the 4-5 digit codes for each class to sign up.
Important: choose the 800 section for online classes or the 801 section for in-person classes. ALL other sections will cause you to be billed for full tuition (not the $250 flat rate for NEBRASKA Now students).
- Once you've selected your classes, click the blue "Proceed to Enrollment Checkout" button.
- You will receive confirmation that the classes were added to your schedule soon after.
4. Log Into Blackboard
Once you're registered for classes, they will appear in Blackboard, which will be your hub of information and communication with your professor and fellow classmates.
How to Set Up Blackboard
There is a self-paced Blackboard orientation you can access by clicking the "NEBRASKA Now Online Modules for First Year Students" under My.UNL Courses. It will teach you how to navigate Blackboard, find your course syllabi, locate useful campus resources, and get in contact with your professor.
If you have questions, contact Ellen Sundermeier in the Office of Admissions.
If you need help with any of the registration steps for NEBRASKA Now, contact Ellen at email@example.com or 402-472-6196. She's here to help if you need advice on how to adjust to college level work, navigate Blackboard/Canvas, and anything else you might need to be your best.
Nebraska Now Courses for Fall 2017
A few important notes:
- Registration Opens April 12, 2017
- Only the 800 (online) and 801 (on-campus) sections of the courses listed below are eligible for the NEBRASKA Now tuition rate.
- All courses are online unless specifically noted as on-campus.
- You will register for classes after you're admitted as a visiting student. All NEBRASKA Now students are considered visiting students.
- If a student wishes to take a course on campus, immunization records will need to be submitted to the University Health Center through MyRED.
College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
- Biotechnology: Food, Health and Environment (AGRI 115)
Call Number: 1904
- Plant Science (AGRO 131)
Call Number: 1839
- Plant Science (HORT 131)
Call Number: 1834
- Animal Products (ASCI 210)
Call Number: 1573
- Introductory Companion Animal Biology (ASCI 151)
Call Number: 2154
- Insect Biology (ENTO 115)
Call Number: 1552
- The Science of Food (FDST 131)
Call Number: 1570
- Invasive Plant Species: Impacts on Ecosystems (AGRO/NRES 107)
Call Number: 2291
- Earth's Natural Resource Systems Laboratory (NRES 108)
Call Number: 2494
College of Arts and Sciences
- Introduction to Anthropology (ANTH 110)
Call Number: 3947
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 212)
Call Number: 4474
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ETHN 212)
Call Number: 4761
- The Science of Food (CHEM 131)
Call Number: 3874
- Fundamentals of Computer Science (CSCE 101)
Call Number: 3925
- American History After 1877 (HIST 111)
Call Number: 30622
- Calculus III (MATH 208)* On Campus: Avery 108, MTWF
7:30–8:20, Call Number: 5179
1:30–2:20, Call Number: 52688
- Differential Equations (MATH 221)* On Campus: Burnett 119, TR
9:30–10:45, Call Number: 5180
- Introduction to Modern Algebra (MATH 310)* On Campus: Avery 112, TR
12:30–1:45, Call Number: 5260
- Power and Politics in America (POLS 100)
Call Number: 5128
- International Relations (POLS 160)
Call Number: 3869
- Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 181)
Call Number: 3863
- Introduction to Sociology (SOCI 101)
Call Number: 3880
- Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies (WMNS 101)
Call Number: 4175
*Students wishing to enroll in a MATH course through NEBRASKA Now must first complete the Math Placement Exam. Please refer to the Math Placement Exam website or contact us for more information.
College of Architecture
- Introduction to Design (DSGN 101) Online and On-Campus Sections
Call Numbers: 2714 (Section 800), 2727 (Section 801)
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts
- Cave Paintings to Cathedrals (AHIS 101)
Call Number: 8726
College of Journalism and Mass Communication
- Principles of Mass Media (JOMC 101) On Campus: Mary Riepma Ross Media Center, 124
Call Number: 9563
College of Education and Human Sciences
- Healthy Living (NUTR 100)
Call Number: 6319
- The Science of Food (NUTR 131)
Call Number: 6263
- Human Development and the Family (CYAF 160)
Call Number: 6266
- Visual Communication & Presentation (TMFD 121)
Call Number: 6430
- Clothing and Human Behavior (TMFD 123)
Call Number: 30611
- Introduction to Design Theory & Criticism (TMFD 144)
Call Number: 6758
- Life Skills for Success (CYAF 150)
Call Number: 6325
College of Public Affairs and Community Service
- Survey of Criminal Justice (CRIM 101)
Call Number: 9868
What Your Courses Get You
We are a regionally accredited institution which means our credits will transfer to most other institutions. The real benefit, however, is that NEBRASKA Now
courses fit into the majority of degree programs offered through the NEBRASKA. If you plan on attending NEBRASKA as a degree-seeking student, many of the
core class requirements will be checked off by your NEBRASKA Now courses. Which means you get a better head start than any other college preparation program
can provide. The Undergraduate Bulletin is a great resource to use when setting out a plan towards your degree. Here, you can see four-year sample plans for
each major. You can also search by course title or ACE requirement to learn how NEBRASKA Now courses will fit into future degree options.