A Message from the Assistant Vice Chancellor of ITS

Our campus depends on technology and our success depends on planning for the changes that technology brings. We are committed to working together with students and faculty to provide the best educational experience. Our technology services and resources are a vital part of the UNK commitment to academic excellence.

Deb Schroeder

About ITS

Mission

Information Technology Services understands the needs of our faculty, staff, administrators and students and provides reliable and cost-effective services, support and products to satisfy those needs.

Goals

Provide reliable and effective customer service.

Provide a wide range of technologies including server administration, desktop and mobile computing, local and wide area networks, application development and support, instructional technology, multimedia, and emerging technologies.

Policies

To use the technology resources available at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, all faculty, staff and students must adhere to the policies and guidelines in all pdf documents below.

Course Credit Hours Cost
Accounting 3 $500
Biology 3 $500

Website

The UNK Web site is an evolving, interactive communication tool and information resource for current and prospective students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of UNK as well as the rest of the world. To that end, it should be a dynamic addition to and extension of the University both in instruction and in marketing and will uphold high standards of content, design, and integrity.

Purpose

  • These guidelines serve the following purposes:
  • To support the marketing of UNK as an established yet dynamic institution that continues to change and grow.
  • To ensure that any campus entity creating Web pages is responsible for the design, content and maintenance of the pages.
  • To strive for simplicity, ease of use, and current information.
  • To ensure the Web pages are consistent with the UNK mission statement, strategic plan, and the marketing plan.

Advertisements

UNK reserves the right to remove web pages of student organizations when content is not maintained.

No Web page shall display commercial advertisements without prior authorization. References and links to commercial sites are permitted for their information value, but advertisements, and particularly paid advertisements, are not. No one shall accept payments, discounts, free merchandise or services, or any other remuneration in return for placing anything on their web pages or similar facilities.

It is acceptable to display references and links to corporate sponsors as acknowledgements, expressing appreciation for the sponsor’s support. Such acknowledgements should not endorse the sponsor or its products and should not induce readers to patronize the sponsor.

General Policies

In order to receive financial aid, you must be fully admitted and enrolled at UNK.  If you have yet to apply to UNK and would like to do so, you can here.  Once you are admitted we highly encourage you to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible after October 1, 2016 if you plan to attend UNK for the 2017-2018 academic year.  You, and your parent when applicable, are required to create a FSA ID in order to sign the application electronically.  There is a link to create the FSA ID on the FAFSA sign-in page, or you may visit http://fsaid.ed.gov.  The information on the FAFSA is needed to calculate the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) which is used by UNK to determine your financial aid award. 



All first year applicants who apply for admission to UNK will be evaluated for certain scholarship eligibility based on information included in the admissions application. We will notify scholarship recipients of their awards shortly after they have been admitted to the University.