Admitted Student Portal

Your personal NWU Admission portal provides a checklist of items specific to you. Use the same username and password you created to apply to NWU. Items may not immediately show as received. Please allow at least three business days for items to be posted.

Contact us

Admissions Office
5000 Saint Paul Avenue
Lincoln NE 68504
(402) 465-2218
admissions [at] lyubov-m.com (admissions[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)

Welcome Admitted Students

Congratulations and welcome to NWU! Now that it’s official, here are to-dos and deadlines. Completing these tasks on time will ensure a smoother transition to campus this fall.

If you are transferring to NWU from another institution, see the page for Transfer Admitted Students

Secure your place at Nebraska Wesleyan University

Submit your $350 tuition deposit

Steps for Class Registration

Complete your account activation

Students who’ve deposited will receive an email from "Nebraska Wesleyan University <do-not-reply [at] lyubov-m.com (do-not-reply[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)> with the subject line "Welcome to Okta at Nebraska Wesleyan University!" to activate their Nebraska Wesleyan accounts. This will allow you to access your NWU email, Self-Service, Canvas and other accounts available to NWU students.

NOTE: Your Nebraska Wesleyan account is different than the account used to access your personal NWU Admission Portal.

Complete the First Semester Advising Questionnaire

Your academic advisor will use this information to learn more about your interests and goals to aid in developing your first semester schedule.

Complete the First Semester Advising Questionnaire.

Complete your Modern Language Background Survey

The Modern Language Background Survey helps us determine the best language class for you. The survey asks questions about languages you speak or have studied, as well as your interest in continuing your language study at NWU. Every student must complete this survey, even if you’ve met the proficiency requirement and don’t plan to continue your language study at NWU.

Complete the Modern Language Background Survey

Schedule your advising appointment

If you’ve submitted your deposit and completed your First Semester Advising Questionnaire, Modern Language Background Survey and activated your NWU accounts, you will receive an email with a link to schedule your class registration appointment with your advisor. Please allow 3-5 business days for the email to arrive following the completion of all steps.

Appointments will be held over Zoom May 9-June 6. Plenty of appointments are available to fit within your schedule.

Submit your final transcripts before the July 15 deadline

Request that your high school submit your official, final high school transcript with your graduation date listed and confirmed. Final transcripts must be submitted by the following methods:

  • A paper copy sent through U.S. Postal Service.
  • Electronically through an approved service.

We do not accept high school transcripts by any other delivery method or from anyone other than your high school administrators.

Transcripts containing completed, college-level coursework must also be submitted.

Steps for New Student Orientation

Register for New Student Orientation before the June 1 deadline

At New Student Orientation, you will have the opportunity to get further acquainted with campus resources, learn about student involvement opportunities and meet your classmates to build connections. Parents and guardians hear from staff about student support and success, living on campus or commuting from home and financial aid and student records.

You and a family member must attend one of the following in-person or virtual (Zoom) sessions:

  • In-person – Friday, June 7, 9 a.m. – noon (limited space available)
  • In-person – Friday, June 7, 2 – 5 p.m. (limited space available)
  • Virtual – Monday, June 10 – 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Select a time for New Student Orientation.

Steps for housing or commuter enrollment

Complete your Housing Request form before the June 15 deadline

This form informs us of your NWU housing preferences or plans to reside at home or off-campus with an approved exemption. Every student must complete this form, even if you qualify for an exemption.

Submit your housing preference using the Housing Request Form.

Complete your commuter certification (if applicable) before the July 15 deadline

If you will live at home with a parent(s) or guardian(s) you need to submit this form.

Submit the Commuter Certification Form.

Upload a photo for your student ID

Upload a photo to be used on your student ID and our “New Faces” booklet of incoming students, which will be distributed at the start of the semester. The photo must meet the following criteria:

  • Current color photo of yourself.
  • White smooth background – no other people or objects in photo.
  • Sufficient lighting with no shadows.
  • Front view – full face filling at least 80% of frame.
  • Cropped from just above the top of head to collarbone.
  • Eyes open and visible and no glare on eyeglasses.
  • No hats or sunglasses.
  • 5 MB limit.
  • Acceptable file types are gif, jpg, jpeg, png or svg.

Upload your student ID photo.

Complete your parking tag request before the July 1 deadline

If you plan to park a vehicle on campus, you will need to provide information on your vehicle’s make, model and license plate number. This information will be used to issue an NWU Parking Tag.

Submit your Parking Tag Request. (You will need to first activate your NWU accounts to submit the Parking Tag Request form.)

Submit your room and board contract before the August 1 deadline

You will receive a housing and roommate assignment via your NWU email in early July. You will need to sign and date the accompanying “Room and Board Contract” to formally reserve your space in the residence halls. If you are under the age of 19, a parent/guardian must sign the contract as well.

Steps for health and safety

Submit your Medical History Report before the July 15 deadline

Use your Nebraska Wesleyan account information to log in to the NWU Student Health Portal to complete the Medical History Form. Once you log in, you will see two forms that you need to complete: Medical History Form and Immunization History Form. These forms gather health and immunization history for incoming students. We recommend reaching out to your medical provider to gather your health and vaccination records prior to completing these reports.

Submit your Immunization History Report before the July 15 deadline

Use your Nebraska Wesleyan account information to log in to the NWU Student Health Portal to complete the Immunization History Form. Once you log in, you will see two forms that you need to complete: Medical History Form and Immunization History Form. These forms gather health and immunization history for incoming students. We recommend reaching out to your medical provider to gather your health and vaccination records prior to completing these reports.

Complete your Disability Information Form (if applicable) before the review of requests for accommodations begin June 15 

NWU is committed to providing access to educational opportunities and full participation in the campus community. Once you’ve submitted this form, Disabilities Services staff will contact you to arrange an intake interview and determine reasonable accommodations.

Submit the Disability Information Form

Steps for payment and financial information

Review your tuition statement and payment plan options and apply for federal loans

o Information on Federal Direct Loans is included in the financial aid offer mailed to your home address. Parents and students will receive information on how to apply for the Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan during New Student Orientation. Additional information on loans can be found on this Financial Aid Office webpage.

We will send information in mid-July about your tuition bill and steps to finalize payment plans. Fall semester payments are due on Friday, August 25.

Apply for an on-campus job

You will receive an email after class registration about on-campus jobs. You can search and apply for available jobs on Handshake, NWU’s career planning platform. Most student employment positions are posted within the first two weeks of August.