Undergraduate Commencement, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Undergraduate Commencement
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Fall 2014

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We admit eligible undergraduates with an academic need who may have a documented disability, are low-income or first-generation.

An ideal participant must be an undergraduate who meets the eligibility requirements, possesses a strong desire, and be highly motivated to successfully graduate with a postsecondary degree. An applicant could be an undergraduate from any major or degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They could also be undecided and we also cater to non-traditional students. Special consideration is given to students who are both low-income and first-generation OR both low-income and disabled. Ultimately, it is our objective to see our participants stay in college until they earn their baccalaureate degrees.

Architecture

Architecture

Arts & Sciences

Arts & Sciences

Fine & Performing Arts

Fine & Performing Arts

Business Administration

Business Administration

Law

Law

Engineering

Engineering

Agricultural Sci. & Natural Resources

Agricultural Sci. & Natural Resources

Education & Human Sciences

Education & Human Sciences

Journalism & Mass Communications

Journalism & Mass Communications

To be considered an applicant, you should be a student who is:

disabled, OR
from a family in which neither parent has completed a four-year college degree, OR
from a family whose income is either at or below the following federal guideline requirements

Income eligibility

Effective January 28, 2017 onwards

Family size Federal Income
1 $18,090
2 $24,360
3 $30,630
4 $36,900
5 $43,170
6 $49,440
7 $55,710
8 $61,980
an enrolled University of Nebraska-Lincoln undergraduate pursuing your first college degree with a GPA of 2.9 or below, OR
an incoming University of Nebraska-Lincoln freshman with an ACT score of 24 or below
a US citizen or a permanent resident
in need of academic support, as determined by the grantee
able to demonstrate potential for academic success
highly motivated to graduate with a postsecondary degree


You can also pick up and drop off a completed application form at 220 Canfield Administration Building North. You may also email a completed application form to cay.yamamoto@unl.edu. As part of the application review process, an SSS staff member will contact you for an intake interview. For your convenience, we have listed our staff contacts in the Staff & Contacts section. An applicant who has been admitted as a participant will receive an acceptance letter. If you have any questions or concerns, please write to us at sss@unl.edu or call us at 402-472-2027.