The University of Nebraska was established in 1869. It is located in the city of Nebraska. It consists of four campuses across Nebraska and the Lincoln campus the oldest one among all. Initially, it had the status of a college and then, later on, it got converted into the university status. The University of Nebraska - Kearney is open to all students from any nationality, sex, race, or color.
A variety of programs offered by the University of Nebraska- Kearney at bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. Furthermore, the university offers certificates and online programs also.
In the year 2020, the University of Nebraska acquired the following rankings:
|UG Application Portal||Common Application; Official website|
|Annual Endowment||55 million USD|
|Student Retention Rate||84%|
|Mode of Programs||Full time; Part-time; Online|
|Campus Housing Capacity||35%|
|Annual Cost of Attendance||USD 29,104|
How to Apply: A student can apply directly to the application portal of the University of Nebraska.
Given below are the estimated cost of attendance for different levels of study for the year 2018-2019.
|Tuition & Fee||13,290|
|Room & Board||10,338|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$12,930 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||2 : 1|
|University of Nebraska Enrollment||8264|
|Average Graduation Rate||47.6%|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$12,930 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$9,060 / Year|
|On Campus Accomodation|
|Books & Supplies||$908 / Year|
|On campus, Room & Board||$10,050 / Year|
|On Campus, Other Expenses||$4,334 / Year|
|Off Campus Accomodation|
|Off campus (not with family), Room & Board||$10,050 / Year|
|Off campus (not with family), Other Expenses||$4,334 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Room & Board||$3,674 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Other Expenses||$4,334 / Year|
|North Central Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Program Wise Accreditations|
|Music Programs||National Association of Schools of Music|
|Programs||American Speech-Language-Hearing Association|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
Rank (Out of Colleges)
#551 [Out of 1021]
21.5-21.8 [Out of 100]
based on 4 students ratings
Firstly, I transferred to this because I had my friends there and also had the major I was wanting to study. I saw that I had a chance to build my resume and make myself a better person in this college which is the reason I chose this one. Besides, all of these reasons the whole college community and faculty members are very helpful and want to see you moving forward. The international student department here is a gem, they have to help me in every single step since I came to UNK. Most importantly, I got attracted to this college due to its opportunities for on-campus jobs and involvement in various organizations for students of any kind.
I was very interested in technology while I was growing and was always curious about how they work. While I completed my high school my interest in cyberspace and telecommunications kept growing which is the main reason I chose to be in the Information technology field. There is no any special eligibility to participate in the program. You're going to be studying numbers of programming classes which will be tough. I got 7 in IELTS and 1180 in SATs which didn't really matter to get into the program.
UNK is affordable and with the scholarship, I was awarded it seemed like the obvious choice. It is close to my hometown and the environment is very welcoming. There are many resources on and off-campus to make sure students can succeed.
It is easy to find classes that are appealing as well as ones to benefit your major. Faculty are easy to talk to for the most part and curriculum is fairly easy to understand. If students have questions they are encouraged to talk to faculty members, who answer questions thoroughly.
It is close to my home town so when I want to go home it only takes me two hours. They have a good exercise science program. The faculty to student ratio is small so you get a lot of personal attention.
It's challenging but fair. It pushes you to learn and go outside your comfort zone but it isn't too hard that you're not capable of completing it. Teachers are very willing to help and be available for outside of class attention.
I chose it because it wasn't too far away from my home town. I also liked that it was a fairly small college with big opportunities. Kearney is a great community because it's safe and clean. I also chose UNK because they have a really good program for nursing. I received a lot of scholarships, so going to UNK basically is free for me. I love the campus and feel so connected.
I think the course curriculum is well suited to my degree. The required classes all relate to my field of study and provide a great set up for my path to nursing school. In addition, it isn't too hard and stressful which I like a lot. I also like that it?s pretty flexible and there's a wide range of classes to choose from.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary