Employee Resources

Take advantage of all the university has to offer you.

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Work & Life Balance

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to providing all individuals and their families with the resources they need for their situation. We have a number of campus-based services as well as services from the City of Lincoln and State of Nebraska to assist you.

Work & Life Balance

Disability Services


If you need accommodations to effectively and safely function in the work environment, contact the department of Institutional Equity & Compliance for faculty/staff disability services.

Faculty/Staff Disability Services

Benefits & Insurance

Learn more about your benefits including your insurance and benefit providers.

Benefits & Insurance

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Types of Leave

Learn about the various types of leave available to you. E.g. Civil, Crisis, Bereavement, Military, Parental, Sick, Vacation, etc.

Leave and policies
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Get Involved

Join one of the many professional organizations on campus.

Get Involved

Develop Yourself

There are many professional development workshops available to you across campus.

Training & Development

You can receive a scholarship for yourself or your dependent.

Employee & Dependent Scholarship Program



Discounts & Services

Know where you can receive employee discounts and university services, i.e. athletic tickets, theatre tickets and bookstore discounts.

Discounts & Services


Explore Career Opportunities

You can explore the many different career opportunities within the University of Nebraska system.

Career Opportunities

Plan for Retirement

View the checklist for retirement, learn about the providers and plans, request individualized counseling, and more.

Plan for Retirement

If you have questions or need assistance:

Contact Employee Relations

They can assist you when:

  • There is a conflict at the work site
  • You need help with interpretation of Human Resources policy
  • You have questions about performance evaluations, supervisory training or the UNL grievance process.