CampusesThe University of Nebraska offers students the opportunity to choose a learning environment that suits their personal needs. The best way to find out more about each of the university's four campuses is to visit and experience it for yourself.
More than 24,000 students attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the NU system's flagship campus and one of the nation's top 50 public universities. UNL offers more than 150 undergraduate majors, a wide range of graduate programs and opportunities to learn from and work with some of the country's best researchers -- not to mention an award-winning Division of General Studies for those students who haven't yet settled on a major. UNL is home to the nationally known Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, Husker athletics and top-notch academic advising. UNL's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, located on East Campus, offers students a range of academic and research opportunities. Visit UNL.
Some 14,600 students, including more than 700 international students, enjoy the technology-rich atmosphere at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. UNO is Nebraska's metropolitan university and home of the multi-campus Peter Kiewit Institute of Information Science, Technology and Engineering. UNO offers students abundant internship opportunities with businesses in Omaha and throughout the state. This is where students find their "Maverick Mojo!" Visit UNO.
The 6,650 students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney come from more than 40 countries, and all 93 counties in Nebraska, to enjoy small classes, caring professors and a safe, progressive community. More than 170 academic programs and a strong emphasis on undergraduate research create a challenging academic environment, while the Lopers consistently lead Division II athletics in 17 men's and women's sports. Visit UNK.
At the University of Nebraska Medical Center, 3,237 students prepare for careers in health sciences while working alongside internationally recognized medical researchers and health care professionals in state-of-the-art facilities, such as the cutting-edge Durham Research Center and Durham Research Center II. Programs in medicine, nursing, dentistry and dental hygiene, pharmacy, public health and ten allied health professions are available to students who complete their college prerequisites. Visit UNMC.
The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis is also part of the University of Nebraska, offering a two-year degree program with a focus on veterinary technology, ag production and business management or horticulture. NCTA's 425 students enjoy the personalized attention and support of a small college while having access to the resources of a major research university. Visit NCTA.