Registration Terms and Conditions

Acceptance of registration by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and admission to any educational program of the University does not constitute a contract or warranty that the University will continue indefinitely to offer the program in which a student is enrolled. The University expressly reserves the right to change, phase out, or discontinue any major, minor, or program.

The listing of all courses contained in the Schedule of Classes is by way of announcement only and is not to be regarded as offers of contract, inasmuch as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln expressly reserves the right to:

  1. Add or delete courses from its offerings and to change times, instructors, or locations;
  2. Change academic calendars without notice;
  3. Cancel any course for insufficient registrations;
  4. Phase out any program;
  5. Revise or change rules, charges, fees, schedules, courses, requirements for degrees, and any other regulation affecting students including, but not limited to, evaluation standards, whenever considered necessary or desirable.

The dates listed for a deadline assume 5:00 p.m. unless noted otherwise. The deadline dates apply to all materials, payments, or application forms sent to the University by U.S. mail or campus mail. If mailing materials, payments, or forms, please allow sufficient time for the University to receive the materials by the deadline. The University cannot be responsible for the failure of the U.S. Postal Service to deliver mail in adequate time to meet established deadlines.

A registration by a student signifies an agreement to comply with all regulations of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

By completing the registration process, you will incur a debt to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for tuition and any other fees and charges that may apply to your account. Even if you plan to have a third party pay your bills at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (such as your parents or financial aid source), you will still be held ultimately responsible if timely payment is not received from the third party. 

Failure by a student to pay a financial obligation to the University or any department, division, or agency thereof, will result in denial of readmission, denial of transcripts, denial of registration for ensuing terms, withholding of diplomas, and may result in an administrative cancellation of enrollment until the debt is paid in full. NOTE: See "Registration Hold/Service Indicators" under "Eligibility to Enroll" for the corresponding semester.

Past due accounts will be subject for assignment to a professional collection agency and collection costs may be added to the delinquent account.

In the event that your check is returned unpaid for insufficient or uncollected funds, we may re-present your check electronically. In the ordinary course of business, your check will not be provided to you with your bank statement.