An “I Love NU” Advocacy Day will be held at the State Capitol on March 27, 2019. All students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to participate and join other friends of the University at the Capitol to show support for NU, visit and speak with their senators, and share their stories.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to take a bus, funded by the UNO Alumni Association, to the State Capitol. The bus will load near H&K between at 7 A.M. and 7:30 A.M. in time to get to the Capitol at 9 A.M. and return back to campus by 1:30 P.M. Space is limited to 54 spots, so sign up quickly if you would like to participate.
Staff and faculty who would like to participate must have vacation time approved by their supervisor.
Students are expected to follow the student code of conduct.
You can visit the Advocacy Day Facebook event page for a detailed schedule and the meeting room number. The event will be held from 9 A.M. - Noon, with supporters encouraged to arrive between 8:30 A.M. - 9 A.M.
About the Budget
Background on NU’s budget challenges, an overview of the impact the University makes on the state, and other valuable advocacy-related information is available at the University of Nebraska’s NU Advocates website.
Other Ways to Show Your Support
Besides attending the “I Love NU” Advocacy event, faculty, staff and students who are looking for ways to show their support might consider the following:
Watch for action alerts by signing up to be an NU Advocate
Share your story on social media, using #NUforNE
Check out the latest Advocates news and events
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