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Find out more about the characteristics of students who attend UNL.
See how many students applied, accepted, and enrolled at UNL. Learn more about students’ high school preparation and test scores.
Learn about costs to attend UNL and how much financial aid is typically awarded.
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Learn more about professors, where students live, and campus safety at UNL.
Discover ways to be actively involved in your education at UNL – inside and outside the classroom.
See which majors are most popular at UNL and what recent graduates plan to do after earning their bachelor's degree.
Discover how many students who start at UNL finish their bachelor's degree and how long it takes.
Figure out what learning gains to expect in critical thinking, writing, and other important subjects at UNL.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is a major research institution that places extraordinary emphasis on undergraduate learning and teaching. Our investment in undergraduate education reflects a core value: Learning that prepares students for lifetime success and leadership. This institutional commitment is realized through a three-stage process of outcomes assessment occurring at the institutional, college and program level. These three stages are: 1) Determining what the desired student learning outcomes are; 2) Identifying the best measures for determining whether these outcomes have been realized; and 3) Using the results of these measures to either confirm or improve instructional and curricular practice. The adoption of learning outcomes is seen as central to academic program quality and we have boldly adopted an outcomes-based approach to our new general education program, Achievement-Centered Education (ACE). In short, we fully understand that learning is the aim of all teaching and that identifying and verifying learning outcomes is an index of quality teaching. Our efforts to develop appropriate assessment programs will be and should be a continuous work in progress.