• Adobe Creative Cloud--FREE

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, sponsored by the Technology Fee Committee, has secured free access for students to the Adobe Creative Cloud. Click the link to sign up and learn more.

  • Desktop Computers for Offices--FREE

    Each year used computers from the computer labs are made available to graduate students under condition that the graduate student is currently enrolled in a UNL graduate program and has an office in the department in which the computer is to be housed. Such computers are then maintained by the department in which the student is enrolled and will be for the exclusive use of the student and/or department. The computer cannot be rented or sold to another department, organization, student or to an outside party. Simply fill out this form and return to ASUN Office in City Union. You are responsible for transporting the computer to the office location.

  • Tax preparation service--FREE

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, has joined the nation in the charge against poverty. In conjunction with the Lincoln Family Economic Security Partnership Coalition, UNL will be preparing low-income, working families' and students' taxes for free!

  • Non-resident tuition tax credit

    Some students paying non-resident tuition AND paying Nebraska State income tax may be eligible for a tuition credit. See the website for details.

  • The Intercampus shuttle operates more frequently, longer hours!

    The Intercampus Route is four routes (22, 23, 24, 25) that operate bidirectionally around City Campus, East Campus, and Innovation Campus. The UNL campus routes busses run weekdays every 10-15 minutes from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm and weeknights every 30 minutes from 6:00 pm until 11:30 PM during the fall and spring semesters (except during University holiday and vacation periods).

  • Need help figuring out your finances? Visit the Student Money Management Center.

    Visit their website to 1) schedule a peer-mentoring session, 2) gain access to financial education resources, and learn about skill-building workshops and events.

  • Need help finding food or other resources?

    Try OpeN Shelf or see HERE for a list of resources for a variety of needs

  • Free Legal Aid for Students

    Student Legal Services (SLS) is a program funded completely by student fees. SLS offers free legal advice or representation to registered UNL students.

    UNL Student Legal Services (SLS) is located in Room 335 City Campus Union. Visit their website or give them a call at (402) 472-3350. Hours of operation: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

  • Counseling and Psychology Services (CAPS)

    From the screening website: These free screenings are made available to all UNL students and are anonymous. The screenings are provided so that you may find out whether or not professional consultation would be helpful.

    For Couples Counseling: counseling is free for both parties if they come in simultaneously, as long as one of the two is a student.

    All registered students at UNL are eligible for services. The first 3 counseling/psychotherapy sessions are free. If you are enrolled in the Healthy Option Student Insurance Plan (many grads are), almost all services are free! Find out more about their costs & services.

    CAPS is available on City Campus Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Call (402)-472-7450 for appointment or drop by room 213 (second floor). We're also available on East Campus in the East Campus Union by appointment only. Visit the CAPS website for more information.

  • Free HIV Testing

    The Centers for Disease Control recommends HIV testing for everyone ages 13 to 64 as a part of your routine healthcare, regardless of risk. The University Health Center offers confidential, free HIV testing and counseling for any fee-paying UNL student. Every Monday and Thursday from 12-2pm there is free and confidential HIV testing in the Gaughan Multicultural Center on City Campus, room 313.