Announced in April, the University of Nebraska program covers up to 30 credit hours per academic year for full-time undergraduate students whose families have an adjusted gross income of $60,000 or less or who qualify for the federal Pell Grant.
The affordability, accessibility and quality of an NU education has been “our true North Star” as university leaders have worked collaboratively to manage an unprecedented level of unpredictability during the pandemic, NU President Ted Carter said.
The budget reduction measures are part of a $43 million shortfall announced last week by NU President Ted Carter and are attributed to anticipated decreases in state aid and tuition revenue from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Associate chemistry professor Mahesh Pattabiraman and Rakesh Srivastava, president and CEO of Innovative Prosthetics and Orthotics, are collaborating on the research project funded by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development.
Earlier today President Ted Carter shared with you his vision for a 3-year plan that he and the Board of Regents will discuss next Friday at their meeting. Based on the intense level of proactive planning and decision-making during these past months, you were already aware that our revenue and overall budget picture is challenging. […]
The University of Nebraska system would implement a three-year plan for addressing fiscal challenges brought on by COVID-19 while also laying the groundwork for long-term growth and success under a proposed budget announced today by President Ted Carter. The proposed 2020-21 operating budget, which will be considered by the Board of Regents at its June […]