Nebraska joins Big Ten for 2023 One Big Week

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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will join its Big Ten institutional partners for One Big Week Oct. 15-22. The weeklong event challenges university communities to harness their school pride to support access to quality education and student services.

Nebraska alumni, friends, faculty, staff and students can participate by making a gift to the  N Fund – Student Scholarships, which provides scholarships based on academic performance and financial need. Gifts may be made through the University of Nebraska Foundation at

UNL is a leader in offering an affordable and accessible education, and student scholarships are key to this success. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid processes nearly 40,000 financial aid awards to UNL students totaling more than $330 million. By offering financial assistance through scholarships, UNL students can access a world-class education and pursue their academic and professional goals right here in Nebraska.

“We want students and families to know Nebraska is here to help make a distinctive Big Ten college education affordable and accessible,” said Justin Chase Brown, Ph.D., director of the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid and interim director of Husker Hub. To learn more about available scholarships, go to

To make a gift and learn more about One Big Week, visit

About the University of Nebraska Foundation

The University of Nebraska Foundation grows relationships and resources that enable the University of Nebraska to change lives and save lives. During the most recent fiscal year, 58,072 donors supported the University of Nebraska, and a record $354.5 million in new funds was committed to aid UNK, UNL, UNO, NCTA and UNMC and its clinical partner, Nebraska Medicine. The foundation raises more than $7 for every $1 spent. Only in Nebraska: A Campaign for Our University’s Future is its current campaign with a goal to raise $3 billion from 150,000 unique benefactors to support the University of Nebraska. More information is at

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