Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the ISSO
It is our mission at the International Student and Scholar Office (ISSO) to provide services to international students, visiting scholars, faculty, and departments across campus. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment to our international populations to help them adjust to U.S. culture and answer questions related to their student or scholar immigration status. The ISSO staff is dedicated to providing expert advice, services, events, programs, timely information and support to ensure all international students and scholars are successful during their time here.
At ISSO, we believe differences drive creativity. We value our culturally and ethnically diverse staff and support the ideas and perspectives they provide from their lived experiences. We continuously engage in antiracism work as a team. We strive to always provide a safe space, whether physical or intangible, for all international students and scholars to feel welcome, respected, and included. Our goal is to educate campus and community stakeholders on how international students and scholars enrich the experiences of everyone they interact with. ISSO is an active member of the Global Nebraska Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion.
Review the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's policy against Discrimination and Harassment.
Any person who feels that they have been the subject of any form of discrimination, harassment, sexual violence or bullying by any member of our community—including faculty, staff or another student— is encouraged to report it. If you need assistance in reporting, please contact ISSO. We are here to support you.
Call UNL Police
If it is an emergency or the situation is currently taking place, call 911 or UNL PD at (402) 472-2222.
UNL has the UNL Report System link at the bottom of most university webpages. Anyone can make a report that is reviewed by a university team. Report non-emergency incidents to UNL Report by clicking here. Emergency reports should be directed to 911 or University Police at 472-2222.
File a Complaint with the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
Or contact them: Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
128 Canfield Administration Building North
Email the Office of Diversity and Inclusion directly
Contact a CARE Advocate
If you have experienced sexual/relationship violence, the Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE) will provide a safe, inclusive, survivor-centered space while providing confidential support focused on individual needs and concerns. View their reporting options.
Contact them: Center for Advocacy, Response & Education
345 Nebraska Union
Lincoln, NE 68588
After hours call Voices of Hope at 402.475.7273