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Welcome to the Goodrich Scholarship Program
The Goodrich Scholarship Program began in 1972 through Senator Glenn Goodrich’s enabling budget amendment. The program offers a merit-and-need-based scholarship to students who will attend only the University of Nebraska at Omaha. (Note that the scholarship does not transfer to UNL or UNMC). The Goodrich Scholarship Program now boasts over 1,400 alums who, for over 40 years, have continued to connect and contribute to their communities as lawyers, educators, doctors, social workers, engineers, artists, business professionals, elected officials, directors of non-profit organizations, technologists, writers, and law enforcement officers, among many others.
For students selected, Goodrich will pay tuition and general fees for a maximum of 140 credit hours or until graduation, whichever comes first. Goodrich also provides a $200 book voucher per semester. Goodrich’s specialized freshman/sophomore curriculum is part of UNO’s general education requirements. This Goodrich curriculum consists of HUMN 1200 (Autobiographical Reading and Writing), ENGL 1150 (English Composition I), ENGL 1160 (English Composition II) and HUMN 1110 (Perspectives on USAmerican Culture). In the sophomore year, scholars take GDRH 2110 (Lifespan Development) and GDRH 2120 (Social Issues). The experience of shared courses is an integral part of the Goodrich Scholarship Program and a key factor in our Goodrich scholars’ academic success.
NOTE: Applicants who receive tuition scholarships including but not limited to Regents, NU-Paths, Chancellor's, Dean's and Buffett cannot combine or stack any of those awards with a Goodrich scholarship. For more information about stacking scholarships, please contact UNO's Office of Financial Aid at (402) 554.2327.
Awards Recognizing Goodrich
Admission to Goodrich: We use a composite of selection criteria to evaluate both merit and financial need. Criteria include application data, financial analysis, academic record, in-person interview, EPPE, personal life-experience essay and references.
Goodrich Scholarship Program
University of Nebraska at Omaha
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182
Phone: (402) 554.2274
Our offices are located in 123 CPACS, on the UNO campus at 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha, Nebraska. For more information about the program, please contact: Imafedia Okhamafe, Ph.D., email@example.com, (402) 554.3467 or (402) 554.2274.
Last updated 3/6/2013 by Melanie Kiper