Key UNL International Resources

Campuswide Offices

Education Abroad Office (EAO)
Love Library South 127
402-472-5358
EAO reports to the SIO and is the primary point of contact for all UNL education abroad programs. EAO staff help students identify and select education abroad options; partner with colleges, departments and faculty leaders during the program development and budgeting processes; manage an online application process (using newly implemented MyWorld software); work to minimize risk and maximize safety; facilitate exchange programs around the world; and promote education abroad and international education opportunities to UNL students.

International Student and Scholars Office (ISSO)

201 Seaton Hall 0639
402-472-0324
The ISSO reports to the associate dean of Graduate Studies and helps international students and scholars maintain their immigration status and comply with U.S. employment regulations; assists UNL departments and colleges in their efforts to hire and retain international researchers and faculty; and serves as a liaison with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in matters related to international visitors studying and working at UNL. In addition, the University provides many resources for international students & scholars.

International Student Programming - New Student Enrollment
Alexander Building, 1410 Q Street 0417
402-472-8141
New Student Enrollment manages programming for incoming international students, including new international student orientation and other social, cultural, and community-oriented programs to enhance the experience of international students.

Undergraduate Admissions
Alexander Building, 1410 Q Street 0417
402-472-2023
The Global Admissions website welcomes international freshmen, transfer, and exchange students, providing information on English Proficiency, life in Lincoln, and the Intensive English Program.

Graduate Studies 
110 Seaton Hall 0619
402-472-2875
The Graduate Studies website helps prospective students from outside the United States explore graduate degree programs, costs, application requirements and processes, and funding opportunities.

Office of the Chancellor

Senior Adviser to the Chancellor for International Affairs,  
Thomas Farrell
204 ADMS
402-472-2116