Undergraduate registration fees waived as of September 20 | Nebraska today
Editor’s Note – The waiver of application fees has been extended until October 5. It was originally scheduled to expire on October 3.
The University of Nebraska is temporarily waiving the undergraduate admission application fee for in-state students. The move is part of a NAKED system-wide effort to expand access and encourage students and families to attend university.
Between September 20 and October 5, resident students using NAKEDShared application for admission to University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of Nebraska at Kearney, and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture may be fee waived application fee of $ 45. Freshmen and transfer students applying for admission for fall 2022 are eligible for the waiver.
When requesting, students must select “exemption from fees” and enter the code “NAKEDforNE ”for the charges to be waived.
“At a time when affordable access to higher education has never been more important, the University of Nebraska is doing everything possible to reduce potential barriers for students and families,” said Ted Carter, president of the NAKED system. “Registration fees are real money for many of our students and families. Providing this waiver is a simple and meaningful step we can take to create access and opportunity for the people of our state, especially those who have historically been under-represented in higher education.
The “NAKEDThe forNE registration fee waiver campaign aims to increase campus candidate pools during a critical period of the registration cycle. It aligns with many of the EducationQuest Apply2College Foundation activities, which promote the selection and application of colleges statewide.
In addition, October 1 is the date on which the free 2022-2023 application for federal student aid becomes available. Students must complete the FAFSA be eligible for the Nebraska Promise, the University of Nebraska’s financial aid program that provides full tuition coverage to Nebraska students with a family income of $ 60,000 or less.
In addition to the Nebraska pledge, other steps the university has taken recently to expand access include a two-year tuition freeze that goes into effect this year, the reduction in online tuition fees from the first cycle and the addition of a GPA as an admission criterion.