Just the Facts

 

Academic Programs

We prepare students for careers in everything from animals to plants, soil to climate, golf to business, mechanization to leadership, and food to forensic science. Students are prepared for successful careers and a lifetime of informed decisions through the development of food, fuel, water, and landscape systems as models for formal and informal science education.

Academic Programs

money

Estimated Tuition and Costs Annual costs for 2018-2019 are based on:

  1. A single undergraduate student taking 15 hours / semester for two semesters
  2. Living in an Abel/Sandoz residence hall in a double room
  3. The 7-day unlimited meal plan

Resident Costs

Resident Tuition: $245/credit hour
Tuition and Fees*: $9,246 
Housing & Meal Plan: $11,430
Total: $20,676

Non-Resident Costs

Non-resident Tuition: $771.50/credit hour
Tuition and Fees*: $25,041
Housing & Meal Plan: $11,430
Total: $36,471

*Fees estimated. Actual course fees may vary.
Does not include books and supplies, transportation, or miscellaneous personal expenses.
Does not include College of Business, College of Architecture, and College of Engineering per credit hour differential tuition rates.
Estimate your cost of attendance with the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid calculator.

Will My Credit Transfer?

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln accepts credit from institutions accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting agency. Credit Evaluation Policies may be found in the bulletin.

The Course Equivalency List shows Nebraska equivalent for courses that have been reviewed. Search by institution and then by course. Not all courses have been evaluated.

Transferology
Transferology

Transferology is a free web-based network of transfer credit information that will give fast and accurate course and credit information to current and prospective students and their advisers.