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Student Reviews of University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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  • Natalie from Overland Park, KS

    I'm going to graduate high school with an IB diploma. This school gives financial compensation for having an IB diploma, and I could graduate half a year or an entire year earlier due to the amount of credit I can get. The on campus resources are… more read full review

    I'm going to graduate high school with an IB diploma. This school gives financial compensation for having an IB diploma, and I could graduate half a year or an entire year earlier due to the amount of credit I can get. The on campus resources are plentiful and readily available. read full review

  • Kristina from Rochester, MN

    The faculty and staff are supportive and nice. The enviornment of the school is very friendly and the dorm life is very fun. Try your best, the study groups and areas are for all people and are supportive; there is no shame in going. read full review

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