Welcome to Goodrich
Welcome to the Goodrich Scholarship Program:
Welcome again to the nationally recognized and award-winning Goodrich Scholarship Program, an academic unit of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service. In 1972, Nebraska legislature established the Goodrich Scholarship Program to provide affordable quality undergraduate education to bright low-income Nebraska residents who otherwise could not afford it; since then Goodrich has been making crucial differences for the good of Nebraska. Goodrich has produced over 1600 graduates, many of whom now occupy leadership and other productive positions in the public, non-profit, and private sectors of the economy. Goodrich was the first UNO department to win the prestigious University of Nebraska system-wide ($25,000) departmental teaching award. Goodrich's award-winning professors, staff, and students (themselves) continue to make Goodrich a place where STUDENTS ALWAYS come FIRST. So I invite you to think Goodrich.
Goodrich offers tuition/general fees, a special curriculum (which is part of UNO's General Education Curriculum), and academic/non-academic support services. Goodrich's first-year courses include HUMN 1200 (Autobiographical Reading and Writing), ENGL 1150 (English Composition I) or ENGL 1160 (English Composition II), and HUMN 1110 (Perspectives on USAmerican Culture, 6 credit hours); the second year courses include GDRH 2110 (Lifespan Development) and GDRH 2120 (Social Issues). Goodrich faculty teach all Goodrich classes and our ever-responsive Goodrich staff go miles with smiles to help students succeed. Come and experience what largely accounts for Goodrich's resilient student success: The Goodrich Experience!
Think success! Think Goodrich. Be a Goodricher.
Are you education-hungry? Why not join us? For details, contact us at 402.554.2274.
Imafedia Okhamafe, Ph.D., Chair Goodrich Scholarship Program
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
The University of Nebraska does not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment. Learn more about Equity, Access and Diversity.