University of Nebraska-Lincoln Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (17)
The overall college experience at UNL is second to none--great people, beautiful campus, and the best fans in sports. This is a very large school, which has its pros and cons: tons of class & activity options, but big classes with tons of students. Be sure to use your resources and you'll be successful!
Although Nebraska is a more conservative state the University of Nebraska is much more liberal. Thankfully freedom of religion, speech, and assembly have not been taken away from the students here like they have at many other of our nation's universities. The University of Nebraska provided itself as the catalyst for me to experience other cultures and backgrounds, and the ability for me to seek out truth unhindered by excessive corporate policies and governmental interference.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a great school with abundant resources, student activities, and opportunities to grow and learn, academically and socially. In smaller programs as a graduate student, you are afforded a good chance of being awarded an assistantship, which pays for your tuition and provides a monthly stipend. For the experience and the affordability, I cannot recommend UNL enough.
This was a good option for me, with reasonable tuition and good scholarships. It's a predictable public university, I have no regrets about choosing UNL.
UNL is an amazing school. It's not just about the classes and academics...the campus spirit is so alive. There's always something happening on campus. From greek life to student organizations to clubs to parties to volunteering. I absolutely loved the sense of community I felt once I got involved.
I really enjoyed my time at the University of Nebraska and believe that my bachelors in science will take me wherever I want to go. There needs to be more financial assistance for out of state students, however.
My college experience was overall good. I fit well at UNL and UNL fit well with me. It was a good state school that got me a degree.
Yes, because I would have a job.
Dont go into school expecting to know what you want to do. Youre going to change your mind.