Nebraska College Contact Information
Contact Information for Nebraska Colleges
|University of Nebraska-Lincoln||
Amber S. Hunter, Associate Dean, Admissions
Jean Colligan Campus Visits Coordinator
|University of Nebraska at Omaha||
(402) 980-8367 (cell)
|email@example.com||Chritina (Chris) Liewer, Assistant Director, Recruiment Services|
|University of Nebraska at Kearney||(308) firstname.lastname@example.org||Dustin (Dusty) Newton, Director of Admissions|
|Nebraska State College System||
|email@example.com||Sheri Irwin-Gish, Associate Vice Chancellor for Communications, Marketing and System Relations|
|Chadron State College||1-800-242-3766||www.csc.edu/admissions||Tena Cook, Director of Admissions|
|Peru State College||1-800-742-4412||www.peru.edu/admissions||Jari Dunekacke, Coordinator of Admission Services|
|Wayne State College||1-866-WSC-CATS||www.wsc.edu/admission||Kevin Halle, Director of Admissions|
|Metropolitan Community College||(402) 457-2808||Robin M Hixson, Director of Student Services, Forth Omaha Campus|
|Southeasy Community College||
Kaye Eiland, Admissions Representative, Lincoln Campus
Joel Dickinson, Admissions Representative, Milford Campus
Lori Balke, Admissions Representative, Beatrice Campus
|Northeast Community College||
Vickie Davis, Advisor/Recruiter
Explore Northeast Coordinator
|Central Community College||
Michelle (Svoboda) Lubken, Admissions Director, Grand Island Campus
Meghan May, Recruiting Coordinator, Grand Island Campus
Mary Young, Admissions/Recruiting Director, Columbus Campus
Bob Glenn, Admissions/Recruiting Director, Hastings Campus
|Mid-Plains Community College||
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Kelly Rippen, Recruiting Coordinator|
|Western Nebraska Community College||(308) email@example.com||Amy Winters, Admissions Counselor|
|Bellevue University||(402) 293-2000||
|Lynette Ingram, Institutional Contact|
|BryanLGH College of Heatlh Sciences||(402) 481-8697||Lisa McConnell, Institutional Contact|
|Clarkson College||(402) firstname.lastname@example.org||Student Services Representative, Institutional Contact|
|Norma Kathman, Campus Visit Coordinator, Institutional Contact|
|College of St. Mary||(402) email@example.com||Joe Szejik, Institutional Contact|
|Concordia University||(402) 643-7233||Lynne Kumm, Institutional Contact|
|Suzy.firstname.lastname@example.org||Suzy Cochnar, Institutional Contact|
|Grace University||(800) email@example.com||Tara Koth, Institutional Contact|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Mary Molliconi, Institutional Contact|
Tina , Institutional Contact
Jasch and Katie Blum
|Nebraska Methodist College||(402) email@example.com||Amy Miller, Institutional Contact|
|Nebraska Wesleyan University||(402) firstname.lastname@example.org||Heather O'Neill, Institutional Contact|
|Union College||(402) email@example.com||Becky Dewey, Institutional Contact|
|York College||(800) firstname.lastname@example.org||Nick Jones, Institutional Contact|
What do I need before I apply?
If you can keep track of everything you need, you’ll be ahead of the game. For each college you’re applying to:
- Create a real and a virtual folder for storing documents.
- Print a checklist to track your progress on each part of the application.
Gather these numbers and resources:
- Your Social Security number
- Your high school code
- A copy of your high school transcript
- Your score report from a college admission test
How to Fill Out An Application?
To fill in all the blanks on the application form itself, you may have to dig up documents or get answers from your parents. Most students use online applications, but paper applications are usually available too. There are also services that let you complete one application online and submit it to several colleges.
College application fees vary, but generally it costs from $35 to $50 to apply to each college. Fees are non-refundable. Many colleges offer fee waivers (that is, they don’t require the fee) to students who can’t afford to pay. If you need application fee waivers, speak with your college counselor or principal.
If you’re applying to music, art or theater programs, the colleges may want to see samples of your work. This means you may need to audition or send portfolios or videos showing your artistic ability as part of your application.
It’s a good idea to ask for an interview, even if it’s not required. It shows you’re serious and gives you a chance to connect with someone in the admission office. Even if a college is far away, you may be able to interview with a local alumnus.
Things You Should Know!
You Are More Than Scores!
- Colleges care most about the work you've done in high school. They look for students who have earned strong grades in challenging courses. They also try to learn about your character by looking at what you do outside the classroom.
- College planning can feel overwhelming at times, but if you take charge and stay focused on your goals, you can make it work for you.
You Are Unique!
- You should base your choice on how well a college fits your needs. Don't worry about how it's ranked on a list or how famous it is. Once you graduate from college, your achievements and skills will matter most.
You’re Not Alone In This!
- Family, teachers and friends are a great resource. Discuss your plans to go to college with them and ask for help and advice. Make an appointment with a school counselor or your principal to talk about the application process, colleges that will suit you and options for financial aid.