All are welcome
At Nebraska Engineering, we embrace one another’s stories and offer lasting connections: in classes, activities and events, clubs and organizations, research, and so many other experiences.
Your story starts here
Adrian (Pilkington) works every day to be an inclusive leader and to improve the campus community. You, too, will find what drives you and how you can make a lasting impact.2021 Student Luminary Award for service to fellow students
Husker engineers’ ingenuity enriches lives and communities
Engineering changes – and save – lives. At Nebraska Engineering, we focus on providing our students with the knowledge and tools to make lasting differences in their communities and workplaces.
Engineering students tackle challenges
Engineering students help customize electric cars for children with specialized mobility needs via the national GoBabyGo! event.Husker Ingenuity at Work
Gain a head start on college and careers
Our signature readiness and new scholars programs – such as the Kiewit Scholars Program and the NUBE experience for incoming students – offer exceptional opportunities for leadership development and industry involvement.
Tackle Big Challenges
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to solving problems of global importance. Delving into research offers so many benefits: hands-on experience, new connections with other students with similar interests, and faculty mentorships.Opportunities to make a lasting difference
Globalize your education
One of the best ways to increase your marketability as an engineer is to experience and understand other cultures.
Summer abroad experience leads to stronger career choice
When Paulina spent a summer studying in Spain, her experiences solidified her interest in environmental and water resources engineering, especially in irrigation practices to better help feed the world.Engineering is a Global Profession
Build your future with opportunities outside of class
Career-related experiences outside of class, such as through internships and service projects, help our students gain practical skills and future contacts.
Building for Change
Building homes for veterans in Tennessee and Virginia - combined with winning this national Race to Build competition - offers added experience for students interested in construction.Catapulting your Career
Engineering changes the world
As a future professional in engineering, computing or construction, you can positively impact the world. Engineering-focused learning communities on City Campus (Lincoln) and Scott Campus (Omaha) connect you right away with other first-year students; you’ll take introductory courses together and participate in service projects, tours and social activities.
Changing Lives, Everywhere
Learning community students and Nebraska Innovation Campus teamed up to make individualized toolboxes for Native America artists for the Whiteclay Makerspace. These supplies enable artists to develop and sell their creations to help grow their community.Teaming up to grow communities