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University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Founded in 1869, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the oldest university in the state and flagship of the NU system. Nebraska is home to nine colleges conferring undergraduate degrees. In addition to classroom facilities, the NU campus hosts The...

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The absolute only reason why I only put 4 stars is because as being a freshman I had to complete some general study classes that I felt was impractical for my major and felt I didn't benefit from. The classes designed for my major I would without a...

” – Alisha from Jackson , MO
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Doane University is a private, 4-year institution established in Crete, Nebraska. The college also maintains three additional, satellite campuses in Lincoln, Grand Island, and Omaha. Students attending Doane have a number of special academic...

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Doane College is a small college therefore class sizes are small and the material gets relayed and related to you in new and innovative ways. Teachers have more time to focus on the students because of the smaller class sizes. Doane is a great choice...

” – Alex from Crete, NE
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Originally founded as the Nebraska State Normal School, the University of Nebraska at Kearney is a 4-year public school in central Nebraska and a member of the NU system. UNK is home to four colleges granting undergraduate degrees in 170 academic...

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The classes are all small and the professors are good at teaching. I really feel like the professors know what they are talking about, one of my professors wrote the text book we use in class. Not only are the classes are small so the professor...

” – Erin from Omaha, NE
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The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is a 2-year agricultural academy and part of the University of Nebraska system. NCTA offers 20 farming and veterinary science-based associate degree and 11 certificate-granting programs. To supplement...

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Northeast Community College is a 2-year institution with four campuses in northeastern Nebraska conferring over 110 degrees and certificates. NCC’s Wind Energy program positions students to work in one of Nebraska’s fastest growing renewable energy...

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I enjoyed almost all of my classes; the instructors were helpful, explained things clearly, and made learning easy! My favorite classes were the Administrative Assistant/IT ones and my Spanish classes.

” – Katharine from West Point, NE
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Southeast Community College is a 2-year institution with three campuses serving 15 counties in southeast Nebraska. SCC awards degrees and certificates in over 50 areas of study including Horticulture & Turfgrass Management, John Deere Tech, and...

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I had great teachers that were always available if I needed help. The teacher to student ratio was great and classes were small so it was easy to have class discussions and learn from other students as well as the instructors. In high school I had...

” – Graduated Student
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Central Community College is a 2-year community college in the middle of Nebraska. CCC bestows degrees and certificates in 154 subjects and offers 36 career and technical education programs. The CCC Workforce Training department provides instruction...

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My sister attends there, she has always been the type that struggles on comprehending, but she is doing great there and learning a lot

” – Brittany from Brady, NE
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Western Nebraska Community College is a 2-year institution with three campuses in the Nebraska panhandle. WNCC offers degrees and certificates in over 50 fields of study and its Agriculture Science and Applied Agriculture Technologies programs...

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There is easy accessibility to technology and professors. You will learn plenty; the best thing is whenever you don't understand something there will be someone available.

” – Edgar from Yuma, CO