University of Nebraska Medical Center

Lincoln Services

Campus Fees

UNMC students at the Lincoln campus (nursing and dental students) pay the University Program and Facilities Fee (UPFF) of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The complete description of these campus services and activities is contained in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Undergraduate Catalog and other appropriate UNL informational literature. A brief description of major services and activities for UNMC nursing and dental students at the Lincoln campus is provided here.

Student Services on the Lincoln Campus

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations

The Accessibility Services Center (ASC) collaborates with students, administrators, faculty, and staff to ensure access to reasonable and appropriate student disability accommodations for academic programs and student involvement. Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Accessibility Services Center. Learn more about this process here.

Student Life Center 2031 (Omaha Campus)
Email: unmcasc@unmc.edu
Phone: 402-559-7276


Dental and dental hygiene students pay for instruments through an assessed fee and these items are distributed at the beginning of the term at the College of Dentistry. Dental and dental hygiene students are responsible for obtaining assigned books. 

Nursing students obtain books at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bookstore. Uniforms and supplies are purchased at the UNMC Bookstore – information is provided during New Student Orientation at the beginning of each academic year.

The UNMC Bookstore is the on-campus source for textbooks, reference materials, medical supplies, UNMC gear and other supplies. A special order service allows customers to order desired books not already in stock, at no additional charge. The UNMC Bookstore offers book buy back throughout the year on our website and in-store. 

Phone: 402-559-4455
Fax: 402-559-4324


In addition to UNMC's Counseling and Psychological Services, UNMC students at the Lincoln campus are eligible to use UNL's Counseling and Psychological Services located on the second floor of the University Health Center. Available services include crisis care appointments, individual counseling, couples/partner counseling, groups, workshops, and eating disorders treatment. 

More information: 402-472-7450 or https://caps.unl.edu.

Fitness Facilities
UNMC students can use any of the UNL Campus Recreation facilities. A variety of fitness and wellness programs and resources are available.
Information Technology (IT)

UNMC Information Technology (IT) designs and deploys innovative technology solutions for UNMC and provides comprehensive infrastructure services for UNMC and Nebraska Medicine. Contact the ITS Helpdesk at 9-7700 or by email at helpdesk@unmc.edu for assistance with computers and phones.

Phone: 402-559-7253
Fax: 402-559-5579

UNL Information Technology Services (ITS) offers a broad range of services designed to meet the computing, communications, and networking needs of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) faculty, staff and students. Contact the ITS Help Center at support@nebraska.edu or 402-472-3970.

Health Insurance

UNMC requires that full-time students have inpatient (hospitalization) insurance. Full-time students who wish to waive/decline UNMC’s endorsed student health insurance program may do so by providing proof of coverage through their parents, spouse, employer or their own personal plan. If the student wishes to waive/decline the United Healthcare Student Insurance, they must fill out an electronic waiver form that can be found on their UNMC MyRecords account once their semester tuition bill has been calculated.

Questions concerning the student insurance plan, procedures for filing claims and/or problems with the claims process may be directed to Devin Schleicher, 402-559-5328.

Medical Sciences Building 25101 (Omaha campus)
Phone: 402-559-5328

Lactation Services
UNMC recognizes the importance of supporting new mothers who wish to continue to breastfeed while they are attending school. UNMC acknowledges the health benefits of breastfeeding and believes that UNMC should make private, accessible and comfortable lactation rooms available to its students who want to express milk while on campus and away from their infant.

View the UNMC Catalog for a list of available facilities for lactation.

The Leon S. McGoogan Health Sciences Library of Medicine is the library of UNMC and the only state-supported academic health sciences library in Nebraska. The library completed a renovation in 2020 that optimized study space to include 54 study rooms and three Reflection Rooms. 

Wittson Hall, floors 6 and 7 (Omaha campus)
Contact askus@unmc.edu or 402-559-6221

UNMC students at Lincoln have library privileges at any branch of the UNL campus as well as the McGoogan Library. The College of Dentistry library is located in the Dinsdale Family Learning Commons.

Ombuds Program

The word “ombudsman” originated in Sweden and means “representative of the people.” UNMC has established an Ombuds Program to help students, residents, faculty and staff resolve problems and to promote fair and equitable treatment for all members of the UNMC community. Drs. David Carver and Susan Swindells serve as the UNMC Ombudspersons. 

College of Nursing, 4th Floor (Omaha campus)
Email dcarver@unmc.edu or call 402-559-2491 for a confidential appointment

Public Safety
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Lincoln sites can be reported directly to the UNL Campus Police402-472-2222.
Student Health

Health services for nursing students in the Lincoln Division and College of Dentistry students are provided by the University Health Center located at the University Health Center/College of Nursing building located at 19th and Antelope Valley. The University Health Center offers a wide variety of medical services, including primary care, physical therapy, immunizations, nutrition counselingpharmacy and more. Some services are covered bthe University Program and Facilities Fee and are offered at no additional cost. 

More information: 402-472-5000 or http://health.unl.edu.

Voter Registration

UNMC must provide the following Voter Registration Information to all UNMC students to remain compliant with Title IV federal student aid assistance programs.

The voter registration requirement was included in the National Voter Registration Act of 1993. In essence, if a participating school is located in a state that requires voter registration prior to election day and/or does not allow the ability to register at the time of voting, then the school must make a good faith effort to distribute voter registration information/registration forms to its students.

The Department of Justice has identified the states that meet this criterion. Nebraska residents are required to register to vote for all state and national elections. The requirements of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (also known as the “NVRA” or “motor voter law”) apply to 44 States and the District of Columbia. Six States (Idaho, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are exempt from the NVRA. Likewise, the territories are not covered by the NVRA (Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, and American Samoa)

The following web sites offer information on Nebraska Voter Registration requirements and Nebraska Voter Registration forms.

Lincoln Campus Contacts by College

Find the best contact for your college and campus location to address questions related to student services.

College Contact Email Phone
College of Dentistry (DDS) Joyce Hurst Joyce.hurst@unmc.edu


College of Dentistry (Dental Hygiene) Rita Charles rcharles@unmc.edu


College of Nursing  Amy Frizzell nursing@unmc.edu 402-472-7343