Welcome Online Students!

Potted plantOnline and distance students are the reason for this University of Nebraska–Lincoln Agronomy and Horticulture Distance Education website.  Since online master's and certificate students can't participate in on-campus activities, our team seeks to provide additional assistance and information for online students via this website.

After Admission

Congratulations, you're Admitted!  Now What?
  1. Claim your ID (if you haven't done so). Contact the ITS Help Desk if you don't remember your ID.

  2. Connect with your Department and Faculty Advisor.

  3. Search for classes in MyRed. Register for Classes via MyRed using Registration Procedures.  Here's how to find your priority registration appointment (MP4).

  4. Submit official transcripts to Graduate Studies as soon as possible.

  5. Request an N-Card if you want one.

  6. Request a Huskers.unl.edu email address.
  7. Review requirements for student progress.
    1. Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
    2. Office of Graduate Studies
  8. Become familiar with the Libraries and Research (see below). Here's a 2-minute video about creating your login to the library resouces.

  9. Attend classes in Canvas, Nebraska's primary Learning Management System (virtual classroom). See Canvas Tips.

  10. The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture is on the beautiful East Campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Plant Sciences & Keim Halls.

    Southern edge of East Campus

    A.  At left is the southern edge of
    East Campus along Holdrege Street.





    Plant Sciences Hall

    B. At left is a springtime
    view of Plant Sciences Hall!





    C. Here's a great video describing the Teaching Courtyard & Pond between Plant Sciences & Keim halls.

  11. You can also follow Nebraska Agronomy and Horticulture Online Social Media at:

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