Monday, February 14, 2022 Explore these unique resources you may not know about on campus
It's easy to get stuck in a routine during your days on campus, but did you know there are fantastic campus resources you've been missing? From academic help, to relaxing massages, to planning for your future, campus resources have you covered.
Here are 8 unique services every Husker should explore during their time on campus.
If you have a poster, class project, or any other creative design work you need printed, head over to the CEHS Pixel Lab in Henzlik Hall. They offer a wide variety of services including research poster templates and banner printing.
If you're embarking on a trip soon, wait before buying any expensive gear. You can rent any necessities from the Outdoor Adventures Center to help lessen costs. Tents, sleeping bags, coolers, cook stoves, backpacks, kayaks, canoes and more are available to any student.
Funded by student fees, Student Legal Services is currently operating remotely and can provide you with help regarding legal matters. From court representation to advice and referrals, the legal team is here to keep you safe and educated when navigating the legal system.
Part of Big Red Resilience & Well-being, money coaches are available to help you achieve financial stability and a better budgeting plan. With different experience areas, you can choose to work with a coach who best fits your needs to ensure your finances are handled wisely.
If you're looking to reduce stress, increase circulation, improve flexibility and release toxins, look no further than Campus Recreation Massage Therapy Services. They offer an entire menu of massage services to tailor your appointment to your custom needs.
The Writing Center, located in Andrews Hall, is a great stop if you're ever struggling with a class paper, lab report, essay, or any other writing assignment. The center offers undergraduate and graduate help, with in-person or virtual counseling available for every step of the writing process from brainstorming to a final draft.
Similar to the Writing Center, UNL also has a Math Resource Center to help you out with any coursework struggles. Here you can find counseling help for any first-year math class, with in-person and virtual options.
If you ever need a digital camera, drone, webcam, tripod, projector or other media equipment, head to the Love Library second floor link to check out your items. This service is free to UNL students, so now is your chance to try out new technologies– you'll just need to show your NCard.