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I am very grateful to have received this scholarship and I will work hard to make good use of it. Receiving this scholarship helped me answer the question as to whether or not I would be able to attend college. Thank you very much for the opportunity to attend the University of Nebraska.
Eric A. Skiles, Scholarship Recipient 

Campaign News:

Fund honors longtime UNK student health director Gloria Tye

Longtime nurse and former student health director Gloria G. Tye of Kearney has been honored with...

Former student-athletes gift provides Omaha mens basketball team special opportunities

The Omaha Athletic Department is celebrating the largest private gift ever to its men’s...

Hubbard Foundation advances State Museum’s outreach and service

The University of Nebraska State Museum has received a major gift from the Claire M. Hubbard...

Gift from Omaha real estate developer benefits UNO students, elevates program

A name long associated with real estate development in Omaha now will be permanently affiliated...

Alumnus Dusty Jura returns to help advance UNK

The University of Nebraska Foundation has selected Dusty Jura as director of development for the...

The Campaign for Nebraska. Unlimited Possibilities.

What does it mean and why are we doing it? 



The University of Nebraska Foundation is involved in a comprehensive fundraising campaign to fund university priorities such as student scholarships, faculty recruitment, research and program support. The campaign will conclude in 2014.

"This campaign is focused on opportunities for students, on expanding research in areas we are already renowned and on making a difference in Nebraska," said James B. Milliken, president of the University of Nebraska. "The campaign will continue to build on the university's tremendous momentum."

That momentum includes steady enrollment increases and improvements that are keeping more of the state's top scholars in Nebraska. As well as record numbers for external funding for research.

Campaign Update:

Friends keep triple threat doctors dreams alive

Dr. Paul Tran had a dream. He wanted to return to his home in northern Vietnam someday and teach the U.S. approach to graduate medical education at a university there. Tran was awarded a grant from the Vietnam Education Foundation to do just that, and he was well on his way. But he became ill and passed away in 2012, and the grant was revoked. But thanks to something his friends did in his memory, Tran’s dream is still alive.