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Nebraska students won’t have to pay application fee until the end of this month, University of Nebraska confirmed

LINCOLN, Nebraska — NU stated on Friday that until October 31, it will waive the undergraduate application cost for Nebraska residents.

It was originally intended to expire on September 30, but due to favorable reaction, it will now continue.

See the complete news release below:

“The University of Nebraska stated on Friday that the undergraduate application cost will be waived for Nebraska residents through October 31.

The application cost waiver was initially slated to expire on September 30 after a two-week period, but was extended based on good feedback from students and their families, according to NU System President Ted Carter. The purpose of the one-month extension is to increase access for as many students as possible during a crucial time in the enrollment cycle.

Carter stated, “Now is the ideal moment to apply for admission to the University of Nebraska.” We hope that every prospective student will submit an application, plan a campus visit, and learn more about the exceptional quality and value that each of our campuses provides.

The waiver is applicable to Nebraska residents applying for admission to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Omaha, University of Nebraska-Kearney, and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture utilizing NU’s shared application.

All applicants for the 2023-2024 school year are eligible for the exemption.

Students can forego the $45 application cost by selecting “fee waiver” and entering the code “NUforNE” throughout the application process.

Carter stated that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid 2023-2024 will be accessible on October 1. Students must submit the FAFSA in order to qualify for the Nebraska Promise, a financial aid program at the University of Nebraska that permits Nebraska residents with household incomes of $65,000 or less to attend any NU campus tuition-free.

The shared application of the University of Nebraska System enables students to apply to UNL, UNO, UNK, and NCTA with a single application. Prospective students are encouraged to contact the University of Nebraska campus of their choosing in order to submit an application for admission or to obtain additional information about the admissions process.

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