The College of Education and Human Sciences is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of its students. This responsibility is shared by all members of the academic community and includes providing resources for intellectual, academic, financial, physical, social and mental well-being. The comprehensive resource guide below has been developed to assist faculty, staff and students in finding university and CEHS resources based on their needs.
UNL Report allows users to submit details regarding on campus incidents (with contact information or anonymously) about matters ranging from inappropriate behavior to acts of kindness. Click here
CEHS Academic Advising & Career Center
Staffed with professional academic advisors and career coaches who can help you map out your academic career and beyond. To learn more and schedule an appointment, Click Here.
CEHS Global Exchange
The CEHS Global Exchange Coordinator can help you learn more about faculty-led study abroad opportunities, international studies minor, education and migration courses, jobs and internships, the international advisory committee and more. Click Here.
CEHS Graduate Research
Center for Academic Success and Transition
The program provides academic and transition coaching, peer mentors, and interactive workshops aimed at increasing retention and graduation rates at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Click Here.
The program supports recipients of the Nebraska Emerging Leaders Scholarship. Designed to create experiences that allow for personal leadership development and reflection, the program is here to guide your continued success during your first-year. Click Here.
The Nebraska Evaluation and Research (NEAR) Center’s purpose is to promote statistical research. Consulting services are offered to graduate students and faculty. Click Here.
Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics
The MAP Acadmey provides training opportunities and workshops, and collaborate in developing funding proposals for both pre- and post-award. Click Here.
The Pixel Lab can assist with research poster templates, color and large format printing, graphic design, photography, video production and more. Click Here.
Practicum and Student Teaching
To find information on the student teacher application for the ELL internship, Great Plains IDEA student teachers, ROOTS student teachers and more, Click Here.
Teacher Certification & Renewal Office
This office can help you find information on applying for your first teaching certificate, renewing your teaching certificate or learning certification requirements for other states. Click Here.
Tutoring, Mentoring and Consulting
Services that help students excel academically. From chemistry and math tutors to modern language tutors and writing assistance, the university offers services to help students succeed academically and programs to develop positive study habits. Click Here.
UNL Career Services
A centralized, comprehensive career center for students, alumni, faculty, and employers. Through career advising and career exploration services, students prepare for the workforce, professional or graduate school, or alternative employment. Click Here.
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Has there ever been a time when you felt, or even knew, something was wrong and wanted to help, but didn't? Learn how to Step UP! Step Up! is a 90-minute, comprehensive bystander intervention training. Click Here
On-Call Van Service
University students can take advantage of an on-call van transportation service at no cost. The service provides rides between designated campus bus stops after the end of daily bus route schedules. The service is available weekdays in perimeter permit areas beginning at 6 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at designated campus bus stops. Click Here.
The University Police Department will provide a walking escort to all members of the University Community upon request. Safe Walks are conducted by a UNLPD Community Service Officer or Police Officer. A Husker Safe Walk may be requested at any time while on campus by calling our Communications Center at (402)-472-2222. Click Here.
UNL Report allows users to submit details regarding on campus incidents (with contact information or anonymously) about matters ranging from inappropriate behavior to acts of kindness. Click Here.
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Diversity & Equity Resources
The mission of AFIRE is to promote inclusion, respect, and equity for faculty, staff and students in the College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Click Here.
CEHS RACIAL LITERACY ROUNDTABLES
Hosted by a collaborative team of scholars in CEHS, Racial Literacy Roundtables are monthly roundtables where participants will be able to develop emerging racial literacy skills. Click Here.
Grab a beverage and join us to chat about each other’s cultures, meet new friends and learn about campus. Click Here.
Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center
The Gaughan Center provides a home away from home for underrepresented students while welcoming all students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests. The Center houses multiple study and lounge spaces as well as student organization offices, meeting and conference rooms, music room, kitchen and computer lab. Click Here.
Kawasaki Reading Room
The Kawasaki Reading Room for Japanese Studies acts as a cultural bridge by providing educational resources and sharing Japanese culture, art, language and history to the university and extended community. Click Here.
The Center works collaboratively to provide education, resources, consultation, outreach and advocacy to build a campus community inclusive of people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions. Click Here.
Military and Veteran Success Center
The center is dedicated to helping military dependents, veterans, active duty, guard and reserve students accomplish their academic goals. Click Here.
Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS)
The Office enhances student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness and social engagement. For information on the OASIS Student Success Program, Intercultural Leadership Program or Student Advisory Board, Click Here.
Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
The Office serves as the Civil Rights office for the campus and handles all matters that involve any form of discrimination and/or harassment based upon a protected status and any form of sexual misconduct. For information on Title IX, Equal Opportunity Employment, ADA, search process procedures and filing a complaint, Click Here.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)
The mission of SSD is to facilitate equal and integrated access to the academic, social, cultural and recreational programs offered at the university and to foster independent decision-making skills necessary to achieve personal and academic success. Click Here.
Shaping a Culture of Respect
A resource page for all who are in pursuit of racial equity. This site includes readings (books, articles & Journals), websites, tv & video segments, documentaries and movies as well as podcasts designed to effect changes. Click Here.
Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services
Anyone in the university community who has witnessed or been the target of a bias-related incident can submit an incident report through the TIPS Incident Reporting System. Click Here.
William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community
The mission of the Learning Community is to foster a sense of belonging, promote learning, increase engagement and celebrate success. Click Here.
The Women’s Center
The Center advocates for gender equality and coordinates peer education programs like Men@Nebraska (exploring masculinity and men’s issues) and the Student Parent Association (support for students who are parents). Click Here.
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To find information on how to apply for incoming CEHS freshman scholarships, upper class scholarships and graduate student scholarships, Click Here.
Coronavirus and Your Financial Health
iGrad offers answers, tips and advice for staying financially well during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click Here.
Employee Assistance Program
The program is available to university employees, including student employees and their immediate family members, at no charge. Services include assessment, short-term counseling and/or referral, employee emergency loans, mediation/conflict resolution and trauma debriefing. Click Here.
Housing & Dining Services
Staff can provide information on your options for isolation rooms and meal delivery, as well as accommodations related to housing contracts and billing. Click Here.
Located on the 1st floor of the University Health Center, the Husker Pantry provides a one-stop location to assist students with food and hygiene products. Click Here.
Student Advocacy and Support
When students experience unanticipated financial pressure, Student Advocacy and Support can profide modest assistance in the form of emergency grants. Click Here.
Student Money Management Center
University students can setup money management coaching sessions, find resources for understanding banking, paying bills, budgeting, retirement, credit, fraud, student loans and much more. Click Here.
University of Nebraska Emergency Assistance Fund
Funds are used for enrolled students and employees who are in crisis because of natural disasters, home displacement, food insecurity or other emergencies. Aid will be awarded by the University of Nebraska president based on need. Email NUEmergencyFund@nebraska.edu.
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Mental Health & Wellness Resources
Behavioral Intervention Team
Once a report is submitted regarding the well-being or mental health of a student, a team of faculty and staff will respond by helping the student find the best resources possible. Click Here.
Big Red Resilience & Well-Being
The mission of Big Red Resilience & Well-Being is to empower students to live their best lives, now and in the future. Click Here.
Center for Advocacy, Response & Education
CARE provides support for individuals who have experienced relationship violence or sexual assault. CARE Advocates are a confidential resource who can provide information about services and support decision-making. Advocates have no responsibility to take action or report to the university or police. Click Here.
Collegiate Recovery Community
This is a way for people who are sober to connect. The university seeks to create a new Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) to offer a supportive environment that strengthens the decision to separate from addiction. Click Here.
Counseling and Psychological Services
CAPS offers a safe, confidential place where a student can slow down, think out loud, get support, and start finding solutions. Services include individual and relationship counseling, and support and therapy groups. Some are open, inviting students to “drop in” at any point in the semester. CAPS also offers international student services, eating disorder treatment, alcohol and other drug counseling, and online mental wellness screenings. Click Here.
Counseling & School Psychology Clinic
The clinic conducts psychological and educational evaluations of children and youth to address referral questions from parents/caregivers in schools. Clinic therapists also provide individual child and adult therapy to address a wide range of referral concerns. Counseling psychology graduate students offer therapy to university students for free and to community members at a reduced rate. Click Here or call 402-472-1152.
Couple & Family Clinic
The clinic provides culturally competent, systemic, compassionate mental health care to individuals, couples, and families. Comprised of passionate, caring advanced graduate student therapists and their supervisors, services and treatment are closely supervised by experienced clinicians who are licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Approved Supervisors of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Therapy is offered to university students and community members at a reduced rate either in person or via telemental health. Click Here or call 402-472-5035.
Psychological Consultation Center
PCC clinicians and staff provide psychological services to individuals and families in Lincoln and surrounding communities. At the same time, the PCC is a teaching, training, and research center for the Clinical Psychology Training Program. Services are provided primarily by doctoral students with all services supervised by licensed clinical psychologists. Services include individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as psychological evaluation, consultation, and referral services. Click Here.
Student Advocacy and Support
The Advocacy and Support team is available to help students experiencing mental or physical health concerns, extreme personal hardship, or traumatic life events. Click Here.
Student Athlete Counseling
A component of the comprehensive Life Skills program in Nebraska Athletics. The Athletics Department provides Life Skills programming for every student-athlete, first to acclimate to campus, then to promote their total-person development. Click Here.
University Health Center
Managed by Nebraska Medicine, the University Health Centeris the best healthcare option for students. Extraordinary staff, a convenient location on City Campus and partnerships with most insurance companies make it a vital resource for students. Click Here.
Trained student volunteers who can help you navigate the ups and downs of campus life. Click Here.
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CENTER FOR ADVOCACY, RESPONSE & EDUCATION
CARE provides support for individuals who have experienced relationship violence or sexual assault. CARE Advocates are a confidential resource who can provide information about services and support decision-making. Advocates have no responsibility to take action or report to the university or police. Click Here
Resource Guide from UNL Institutional Equity & Compliance
UNL encourages any person subjected to sexual misconduct to seek assistance and support. There are several resources available to you. Click Here
Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Training
The mandatory Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response training includes specific modules for students (at both undergraduate and graduate/professional levels) and faculty and staff. Click Here
Step UP! Training
Has there ever been a time when you felt, or even knew, something was wrong and wanted to help, but didn’t? Learn how to Step UP! Step UP! Is a 90-minute, comprehensive bystander intervention training offered by Big Red Resilience. Click Here
Title IX Office at UNL
The Title IX Office at UNL is responsible for ensuring UNL complies with Title IX and other related laws. Click Here
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ASUN Green Fund
Provides grant fund for student-led projects directed toward improving overall environmental sustainability on the university campus. Click Here
CAMPUS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Student Organizations are a vital part of the out-of-class experience at Nebraska. Student Involvement supports the work of over 500 student organizations that cover a wide range of topics. Click Here.
Campus Recreation committed to enhancing the educational experience and promoting lifelong wellness through excellent recreation programs, services, and facilities. Workout facilities are available on City and East Campuses. Click Here.
CEHS Student Organizations
In addition to the Student Advisory Board and Student Ambassadors, the College of Education and Human Sciences has a student organization for every major. Click Here.
As a member of the Nebraska Greek community you’re making a lifelong investment in bettering yourself and those around you. As a Nebraska Greek, you’ll surround yourself with a collection of diverse students connected by their dedication to four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service and friendship. Click Here.
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