News

  • August 20, 2016

    Transition App

    Provides members of the armed forces (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard), the National Guard and Reserve, and their spouses with a personalized approach to the transition process. Whether you are a junior officer with 4-8 years or a senior officer with 20+ years of service, track your progress throughout the transition process with an interactive checklist.

    Full story: military.com

  • July 25, 2016

    VA Education Outreach On UNL Campus

    Did you know.......if you are student veteran that is in the National Guard, Reserves or a veteran of our armed services, that you have access to a VA representative right here on campus at UNL. You have access to VA Care on campus that knows your unique needs as student veteran. Make an appointment or come visit with Barb Shupe who is located in the Military & Veteran Success Center: Nebraska Union Room 16. 402-676-4261; barbara.shupe@va.gov

    Full story: nyharbor.va.gov

  • July 8, 2016

    The outlook for employment was strong in Nebraska during June.

    The outlook for employment was strong in Nebraska during June, while consumer confidence improved during the month, according to the latest monthly surveys conducted by the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

    Business expectations remained positive during June, with 22 percent of businesses expecting sales to grow over the next six months, compared to 18 percent who think sales will decline. The outlook for employment was even stronger, with 18 percent of businesses expecting to add jobs versus just 6 percent planning to reduce employment.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

  • July 8, 2016

    VETERAN? GUARD? RESERVE?



    VETERAN? GUARD/RESERVE?

    DID YOU KNOW…
    -You have access to a VA Representative on campus.
    -You have access to VA Care on campus.
    -You have an ally on campus who knows your unique needs as a student veteran.

    Contact Barb Shupe,
    402-676-4261.
    Barb is a former Air Force & Army dependent who used Chapter 35 GI Bill benefits & scholarships to totally fund her higher education.

    She’s here to help you succeed!


    Full story: vetsuccess.unl.edu

  • July 1, 2016

    Are VA Loan Rates and Costs Lower?

    A loan rates are lower on average than other major loan programs. And Veterans can only be charged certain fees approved by the VA. Recent data shows how low rates and fees of the zero-down-payment loan program can be.
    It’s true that nearly 90 percent of all VA loans are obtained without a down payment. Naturally, one might assume that a zero down payment comes higher rates and costs compared to other types of home loans, right?

    Full story: military.com

  • July 1, 2016

    Education Abroad draws record numbers!

    Since restructuring oversight of international study, research, service-learning and internships in 2011, UNL has seen a significant increase in the total number of its students taking part in college-related, overseas experiences, reaching all-time institutional highs in academic years 2014-15 and 2015-16.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

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