IEP Advising

The IEP student advisor helps students be successful in the IEP and adjust to life at Nebraska. They help with setting goals, personal problems, communicating with professors and housing, understanding university and IEP rules, and connecting with others in the community.

The IEP student advisor has helped students to successfully move into full-time undergraduate and graduate studies at Nebraska. They have assisted in arrangements during a health crisis and monitored struggling students. Most days they spend clarifying information for students and helping students understand how to reach their academic goals.

Services include:

  • IEP promotion clarification
  • Monitoring of struggling students
  • Personal problem solving assistance
  • Communication advice 
  • Communication with professors
  • Setting and achieving academic goals
  • Monitoring and encouraging attendance
  • Information about the community
  • Presentations for cultural adjustment
  • Clarification about the university grading system
  • Coursework assistance
  • Accommodation assistance
  • Advise for academic skills for success

The IEP advising office is located in  514 Nebraksa Hall.  Students can stop by the office or make an appointment during the following times:

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuesday and Thursday: 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Monday and Wednesday 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Dr. Jane Hanson, IEP Advisor

Advising Office Phone: (402) 472-1283