It's the second year NU has offered to waive the $45 application fee, as the university seeks to expand access and affordability, particularly for new Nebraska students.
A total of 46,639 alumni, friends, foundations and corporations gave to the NU Foundation in the 2020-21 fiscal year to support scholarships for students, faculty positions and athletics.
The 5-3 vote, which came after emotion-filled arguments, was a defeat for Regent Ji, Pillen, the Republican candidate for governor who introduced the resolution.
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents will consider giving President Ted Carter a performance bonus and will hold a public hearing on a resolution from Regent Jim Pillen opposing the teaching of critical race theory on campus.
President Ted Carter and chancellors from each campus said university leaders would work to "vigorously protect and defend academic freedom" at NU.
Alberts takes over Nebraska Athletics during an important stretch: "We have to be the hardest working athletic department in the country."
Introductory news conferences for major hires have become old hat for Nebraska fans in recent years. Then along came the former Husker great.
An agreement was sealed by handshakes Tuesday night. Contracts were signed Wednesday morning. Then, a news conference.
"I love this place," Alberts said as he stopped to collect his emotions. "I learned so much as a young man."
The new NIL world could impact certain athletic departments' revenue streams if small businesses opt to spend money on student-athletes instead of cutting deals with universities.
In a wild day, one thing was clear: Moos is going to miss Nebraska — no "apparently" needed. The rest of Husker Nation is left holding on for the ride.
The budget includes a 1.5% increase in merit pay for faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and provides funds to chancellors to pursue strategic objectives.
University of Nebraska President Ted Carter said the university will emerge from a pandemic year ready for what comes next, which is reflected in a $1 billion budget to be considered by the Board of Regents.
In the latest "Things I know" column, we cover Lee Sterling's lack of confidence in Adrian Martinez, and put some transfer news into perspective.
"It was a race to the finish and it was a stressful time for sure, but we still have $20 million still to go."
A policy change, unanimously approved by the University of Nebraska Board of Regents on Friday, will allow the university to consider a company's environmental and social impact on the $370 million managed by the university.
University of Nebraska President Ted Carter, speaking Monday at a press conference with Gov. Pete Ricketts, said the NU campuses plan to have significantly more testing in bringing students back.
Scott Frost says his team was ready to play a game in mid-August. He feels it had an edge. How much of an edge, we'll probably never know.
This back-to-school season is University of Nebraska President Ted Carter’s first season in his new role, and the time is filled with unpreced…
University of Nebraska President Ted Carter said the NU system would work with public health officials and the NU Medical Center to be sure students, professors and staffers will be able to function safely on campus.
KEARNEY — Gregg Doud, chief agricultural negotiator for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, will be a featured speaker at the 2020 Go…
KEARNEY — Ted Carter, the new president of the University of Nebraska system, said Monday he feels at home in Kearney.