UNO’s Goodrich Scholarship

Goodrich students establish a dynamic presence on campus. They come hungry, ready to learn and eager to join the UNO community. Many recipients are the first in their families to attend college. They come from underrepresented populations and have earned an opportunity to continue their education.

The Goodrich Scholarship has many benefits, including:

  • Financial aid in the form of tuition and general fees
  • A specialized two-year writing-intensive humanities and social science core curriculum that emphasizes cultural and intellectual diversity within our local and global communities
  • Academic and non-academic support services

Goodrich Students Develop Ties that Bind

Goodrich students get connected and stay connected with outstanding faculty and staff during their time at UNO. This level of attention to the scholar is part of the reason for the program’s exceptional graduation and retention rates.

Outstanding in Research

UNO faculty conducts important research in a wide variety of fields, including service learning, folklore, identity development, philosophy, public administration, and translation.

Support Specialists Are Here to Help

UNO support services make it possible to thrive as a college student. Student support specialists help Goodrich students develop academic skills to compete in a rapidly changing society. This sort of personal attention keeps our Goodrich community connected, just like a family.

Additional information is available at the links listed below:

Attorney General’s Youth Conference

What is the Attorney General’s Youth Conference?

On April 14, 2020, Attorney General Peterson will host a day-long conference where a selected number of high school juniors from across the state will have the opportunity to participate in discussion and debate. Topics will range from our U.S. Constitution, rights, responsibilities to critical issues facing students and their communities. Students will hear from AGO Bureau Chiefs, expand their understanding of the legal process in Nebraska, and eat lunch at the Governor’s Residence.

Attorney General’s Youth Conference Flyer 2020

Who is the conference for?

High school juniors who are interested in state government and law. Juniors must submit an application and be selected to attend the conference.

Application

Where can you apply?

You may download application forms from our website at www.ago.nebraska.gov/youth-link. Applications are due to our office on or before February 14, 2020. Selected students will be notified by March 16, 2020.For more information, please contact Jennifer Brehm at (402) 471-9651 or jennifer.brehm@nebraska.gov.