There may be a lot of changes in your life at the moment. Being productive and thriving in through this change requires you to take your self-care seriously and seeking support and advice when you need it.
First-generation students are the first in their family to pursue an advanced degree. The concerns for first-generation graduate students can be unique, so they often benefit from additional support from faculty and staff.
The Office of Graduate Studies has a number of staff available to help you with your graduation forms and paperwork, fellowships and assistantships, registration, teaching responsibilities, and your professional development. Read on to learn about how we can help you.
Some students choose to enroll in fully online programs. Other students may find themselves taking a course or two in an online or blended format. This article shares some of the opportunities for online courses or programs at UNL and tips to be successful in online courses.
Successfully finishing your graduate degree is more than just coursework and writing a dissertation or thesis. There are also specific timelines for applying for graduation or submitting the forms along the way. Read on to see if you are on track.
Finishing your graduate degree can be a busy time. Check the requirements for your degree and review the necessary paperwork to make sure that everything is in order well before the end of the semester.