A UNK education is an unforgettable experience. You’ll find it spilling out of your classrooms and laboratories into everywhere on campus, and beyond. Sure, it’ll take you to rows of academic publications at the Calvin T. Ryan Library or to prestigious research conferences across the nation. And put you to work on internships in Kearney and across the nation.
To an incredible camaraderie with a professor forged during a Lopers basketball game. To a semester on a campus in Hawaii. To refreshing workouts at the Health and Sports Center. To being a popular a student leader at the Nebraskan Student Union. To hours of amazing discussions about everything, and nothing, with your roommate in Mantor Hall.
It’ll help keep your finger on the campus pulse as a reporter for The Antelope and put you in the spotlight as a Choraleer performing at Carnegie Hall. It’ll offer you big opportunities in a small-town atmosphere. Seat you on stage next to distinguished visitors such as President Bill Clinton and treat you like a hero as you bring the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference trophy home, yet again!
A UNK education is about leaving home for an experience that is everything you imagined college to be, and leaving for a university that quickly feels like home. Best of all, it’s an experience you can afford. But it’s not easy (or fair) to describe a university experience like UNK in generalities. So go ahead. Browse through these pages. Or arrange to visit our campus and talk to some of our students and faculty.
Because once you’re here, You Can Succeed.