Our international students live in on-campus dorms where they learn to live independently, build friendships and strengthen study habits.
When students aren’t in class, we encourage them to explore by being involved in extracurricular clubs, community activities and sports.
Students in our international program come from around the world to attend Nebraska Christian.
- South Korea
- Dominican Republic
By living on-campus, our international students get to be a part of nearly every activity at Nebraska Christian.
A Family Experience
- Build relationships with other international students
- Supervised by devoted and loving dorm-parents
- Frequent shopping and dining trips on the weekends
- Participate in the upkeep and sharing of dorm duties
- Home-stays with local families during Christmas break
- Help organize all-school cultural events
Making new, life-long friends is one of the many benefits of our program. Students live, learn and experience a new culture as they build relationships with local and other international students.
Travel is a regular feature of our program. We feel that part of our students’ educational experience is seeing different parts of the U.S. In past years we’ve traveled to Washington, D.C.,Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis and Branson
We encourage students to get involved in both on-campus and community events. From sports and on-campus clubs to local volunteering opportunities, our students have loved becoming a part of our community.
We strive to academically challenge our students, encouraging them to work hard and value education.
Excellence at Nebraska Christian
The University of Nebraska is one of the few universities in the U.S. that allows international students who graduate from any Nebraska high school the advantage of paying in-state tuition.