Nebraska Hall

Nebraska Hall

Nebraska Hall is home to approximately 250 juniors and seniors.

About The Hall

The building is designed for apartment-style living. Students live in single-person bedrooms in units of two, three, and four-person apartments. Each apartment shares a bathroom, kitchen, and common area. Each floor has a laundry room, and the building’s multi-purpose room is located on the first floor for students to study or socialize with their community.

Personalize Your Room

Decorative and additional items can be purchased from the HRL coordinated vendors through our Personalize Your Room webpage. Each room will include the furniture noted on this webpage.

In-Hall Staff

In-hall staff include resident assistants (RAs) and a community director (CD). Nebraska’s RAs live in the building, acting as peer educators and helping residents connect to their community.

  • Fully furnished apartment 

    • Fullsized nonadjustable beds

    • Closet  

    • Two dresser drawers 

    • Desk with hutch 

    • Nightstand  

    • Desk, desk chair 

  • Carpet-free 

  • In-unit Kitchen 

    • No cookware provided 
    • Sink with garbage disposal 

    • In-unit refrigerator  

  • Living room area

    • Couches 

    • Single chairs 

    • Dining tables 

  • Wi-Fi throughout building
  • Gender neutral bathrooms on each floor 

  • Community kitchen/lounge

    • Microwave 
    • Stove cooktop 

    • Oven  

    • Sink with garage disposal  

  • 24-hour front desk service
  • Printer in lobby 

  • Elevators 
  • Mailrooms
  • Laundry rooms
  • Study lounges

 

Virtual Tours

Our virtual tours are representative of a given room type. Each space varies based on room sizes and dimensions. Each virtual tour includes some decorative items and a MicroFridge to show what the room looks like when occupied, but these items are not included in rooms.  

Click below to view virtual tours of Nebraska Hall:

Your Community

  • Get involved in your Residence Hall Association or Hall Council.

  • Check out the history plaque in the front lobby!

Community Director

David Draper

David Draper

Working as the CD for Cassell Hall and Nebraska Hall (CaBraska!) gives me the amazing opportunity to work with students to see them grow and develop throughout their final 3 years of college.

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