Office of Diversity and Inclusion

  • Provides leadership and advocacy in fostering an inclusive, equitable, and welcoming campus

Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS)

  • Enhances student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness, and social engagement

Women’s Center

  • Provides a more inclusive understanding of gender and sexuality though education, outreach, and leadership development
  • Resources for students with children and sexual and reproductive health
  • Library of DVDs and books related to women, gender, sexuality, and intersecting identities

LGBTQA+ Resource Center

  • Resources, education, and programming for the LGBTQA+ community and wider campus
  • Safe space for students to hang out and study
  • Lavender Closet: Free and discreet access to identify affirming clothing

Institutional Equity and Compliance

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)

  • Request accommodations for students (online)
  • General recommendations for faculty to make classrooms more accommodating

Student Advocacy and Support (Student Affairs)

  • Collaborate with campus and community partners to support the safety, health, and well-being of students experiencing personal hardships and/or health-related concerns or emergencies
  • Submit a student concern report here

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

  • Counseling for individuals, couples/partners, and groups
  • Crisis care appointments
  • Student support groups
  • Alcohol and other drug resources
  • Treatment for eating disorders
  • Informal “Let’s Talk” consultations
  • To schedule an appointment: 402-472-7450

Big Red Resilience & Well-Being

  • Events, education, and services to help students understand emotions, manage stress, build strength, connect with others, and navigate transitions
  • Students can be paired with well-being coaches (student volunteers) for one-on-one mentoring

Center for Advocacy, Response & Education (CARE)

  • Support for relationship violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking
  • To speak to an advocate: 402-472-3553
  • After-hours - call Voices of Hope: 402-475-7273 (24hr Crisis Line)

Employee Assistance Program

  • Confidential service offered to University employees and their immediate family members at no charge
  • Consultation and counseling are available to help with personal or work related problems that can affect general well being, work performance, or academic performance

Staff Senate

Faculty Senate

UNL Report

  • Report a campus incident here
  • Can be reported anonymously

UNL Police


  • UNL student organization for Chapter of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS)