Why a Degree in CAS

Why a Degree in CAS

Let curiosity move you to do big things in the College of Arts and Sciences. Study something you love, build a flexible, customized degree from over 50 majors and minors and learn from world-class faculty.

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We are a community of faculty, staff and students who collaborate across fields to solve complex problems and prepare for tomorrow's challenges. Your time at Nebraska will give you the communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills that employers value and the friendships, connections and broad knowledge base that will prepare for what is next.

Stretch Your Strengths

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Connect to Your Career Path

Utilize our career coaches and four-year success plan to leverage student organizations, internships, and other experiential learning from day one.

Explore Career Connections

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Make Friends and Make a Difference

Network with peers and instructors while learning and doing through research, student organizations, education abroad, and service learning.

Explore Community Connections

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Engage with Big Ten Academics

Learn from faculty, contribute to research and creative activity, and build a foundation for your career path or graduate school.

Explore Academic Life

Academics + Experience = Opportunities

Our formula connects academics and experiential learning with a supportive network and campus resources to open up countless opportunities after graduation.

Four-Year Success Plan


As you keep an eye on your academic goals, we aim to keep your education financially accessible and affordable.

About Scholarships

After your freshman year, additional scholarship opportunities are available from the college.

College Scholarships

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Questions? Contact us.

Nicholas Gordon

Nicholas Gordon

Director of Recruitment
(402) 472-6272
1008 Oldfather Hall

Anna Hoffman

Anna Hoffman

(402) 472-6272
1004 Oldfather Hall