N Fund 2017-18 Annual Giving Impact Report

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Thank you for making this year great! You helped 5,403 University of Nebraska–Lincoln students reach their graduation goals.

Posted:
jue, ago 16, 2018

More than 13,000 of you contributed in 2017-18 to make an impact on the lives of University of Nebraska–Lincoln students through scholarships, academic programs, renowned faculty, new facilities and more.

You helped lead the way.

You are a part of a family whose vital support is advancing the university and directly supporting our students and their goals.

Your generosity — and the generosity of all of alumni, friends and community members — strengthens Nebraska and puts our students on a path to success.

THANK YOU for providing an exceptional Husker experience for our students.

Students just like Julian and Tiffany.

You encouraged them to fulfill their dreams.

“It is amazing to know that someone out there supports what you are doing and wants you to continue. A college education is certainly a huge struggle financially for students. Any contribution, no matter the size, takes that worry away significantly and allows us to continue to do well in school. It is one of the most encouraging acts of kindness I have experienced.”

TIFFANY

Class of 2018

College of Arts and Sciences

Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska

Through the N Fund you may choose to support whatever area you think is most important:

Student scholarships
Libraries
Faculty development
Chancellor’s greatest needs
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Architecture
College of Business
College of Engineering
College of Education and Human Sciences
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts
College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
College of Journalism and Mass Communications
College of Law
Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
Nebraska Alumni Association
Nebraska Athletics

For more information visit nufoundation.org/NFund.

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