Get Involved

College is more than going to class.Through extracurricular involvement, students develop skills to complement academic learning and meet societal challenges of their generation.

ASUN executive members Joe Zach, Camille Sippel and Ayat Aribi with Chancellor Green

Nearly 200 students each year are appointed to serve on a variety of committees through the student government. Often these committees mirror faculty committees and report to upper administration.

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Students volunteer by sorting clothing for the Homeless Prevention Coaltion

Service-study experiences during academic breaks and the Certificate in Civic Engagement certificate program offer students a chance to experience and understand social issues.

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Members of fraternities and sororities walk across campus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Leadership opportunities are robust in our Greek community comprised of 28 fraternities, 20 sororities and more than 4,000 involved students.

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Students meet at the Women's Center to plan upcoming events

Encompassing a variety of programs, services and student organizations that address the changing roles of women and men, gender programs advocates for gender equity.

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Students play intramural sand volleyball

From soccer, to dodgeball, broomball and human battleship, our intramural sports encompass every sports interest and level. With more than 70 intramural sports, Nebraska ranks first in the Big Ten for student participation.

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South entrance to the Nebraska Union on City Campus

Kick back, change your study scene or check out a student event at the unions where there's always something going on.

Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center (City Campus)

Nebraska East Union (East Campus)

Nebraska Union (City Campus)

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A member of the Nebraska Curling Club practices at the Breslow Ice Center.

Comprised of dedicated students with the desire to compete, our sport clubs represent Nebraska from regional to national intercollegiate competitions.

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A desk assistant chats with RAs at the front desk of a residence hall

On campus jobs help students build a résumé they can talk about. Nearly 75% of student employees who participated in Husker Grow saw a connection between their job and an academic major or coursework.

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Students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln at the Club Fair

With more than 570 recognized student organizations at Nebraska, each student can find their niche.

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