Undergraduate Tuition Fees Waived Until September 30 | Nebraska today

The University of Nebraska system waived undergraduate application fees for Nebraska students September 16-30. The move is part of an ongoing process A system effort to expand access and encourage college education among students and families.

Resident students using AThe University of Nebraska-Lincoln Shared Admission Application, University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of Nebraska at Kearney, and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture may waive the $45 application stream. Applicants seeking admission for the 2023-24 academic year are eligible for the waiver.

When applying, students must select “fee waiver” and enter the code “AforNE” for the fee to be waived.

“Access to higher education is more important than ever, and the University of Nebraska is doing everything possible to minimize costs for students and families,” said Ted Carter, president. of the A system. “The application fee is real money. Offering this waiver is one simple step we can take to ensure access and opportunity for every student in Nebraska.

A system-wide fee waiver period was launched for the first time in 2020, the result of a collaborative effort by campus admissions teams to broaden student access and increase the visibility of university during a critical phase of the enrollment cycle.

The waiver period aligns with college fairs hosted by the Nebraska Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, which give students and families the opportunity to explore their postsecondary education options. Additionally, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid 2023-24 becomes available October 1, allowing students to apply for aid soon after applying for admission. Students must complete the FAFSA be eligible for the Nebraska Promise, the University of Nebraska financial aid program that allows qualified Nebraska students with a household income of $65,000 or less to attend any A tuition-free campus.

The University of Nebraska System Shared Application allows students to apply using a single application for any A institution. For more information or to apply to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, click here.

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