January 10, 2018
If you park off campus know the Lincoln parking and snow/ice emergency details. You don’t want your car towed. See City of Lincoln Snow Operations.
Final transcript reminder—if you took a course at any other institution last semester/quarter be sure you have requested a final transcript. You need a transcript to be awarded credit for the courses. If a final transcript is missing there will be a registration hold placed on your record. A delay in registration could cost you the course or the section you really want. Request official transcripts sent to:Office of Admissions 1410 Q Street Lincoln NE 68588-0417 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will have a variety of service experiences focusing on sustainability, women's rights, refugee resettlement and food insecurity at the Empowerment Spring Break 2018 Trip, Destination Denver. While in the foothills of the Rockies, students will also have time to explore the natural wonders. Application deadline is February 2 so see details for this and other options for alternative spring break trips at the Center for Civic Engagement.
If you have changed your email address, mailing address, or phone, be sure to update the information in MyRed. You could miss vital information if your email address is out of date. Professors, Financial Aid, and all official university communication will use this email address, so be sure to check it regularly.
Events are held every day in the unions, but very few announcements list the room for campus events and programs. Because of the variety of programs the rooms are not announced until the day of the event. You can check the Daily Schedule, either posted around the buildings, the electronic kiosks or on-line. From the Unions homepage scroll down to the Event List. You can sort by Start Time, Event Name, or Location.
If you have not had a flu shot you can still get one at the University Health Center. Don’t be the one that spreads the flu to all your classmates.
Monday, January 22, 9am – 4pm, Hawks Hall (College of Business) Room 002
MidWeek Majors Booth -- The College of Business Career Center and the Business Advising and Student Engagement offices will be collaborating to host Mid-Week Majors Booths this spring. The Mid-Week Majors Booths are open to any University of Nebraska–Lincoln undergraduate student, especially those interested in majoring or minoring in business. Each week, a Business Career Center career coach and academic advisor will be available to help students learn about the majors highlighted that week.
While the booth is open from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., you can talk directly to a career coach and academic advisor at the booth from 10:15-10:30 a.m.
This year, the schedule for midweek majors is as follows:
Monday, January 22 – Accounting & Economics
Monday, January 29 – Actuarial Science & Finance
Monday, February 5 – Marketing & Agribusiness
Monday, February 12 – International Business & Business Administration
Monday, February 19 – Management & Supply Chain Management and Analytics
Tuesday, January 23, 2pm, Love Library North & Link
Virtual Reality -- Curious about the Oculus Rift? Heard about Sony VR? The University Libraries and Media Services will be demonstrating their Virtual Reality gear for students, faculty, and staff. Stations will be set up for patrons to test-drive the newest in gaming and learning.
Tuesday, January 23, 3 – 4pm, University Health Center Room: Second floor, Room 212; Ask for Krystyn Schmidt
Consultation Hour for Veterans, Military Members and Their Families -- his informal, free drop-in hour is an opportunity for veterans, military members and/or military dependents to ask questions, discuss barriers, find resources and get support for the unique challenges faced in the military culture. This is a nonjudgmental, supportive environment. No appointment needed, just drop in.
JoAnn Moseman, M.A.
Academic Transfer Coordinator
Undergraduate Education Programs
325 Seaton Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0683