The Education Abroad Fee (EAF) is a mandatory $150 fee charged to all UNL students who participate in an education abroad program, regardless of program type or sponsor. It is also charged to non-UNL students participating in UNL programs. The fee is the same for all students in all programs: $150 per program.
UNL is not unique in charging these fees, and many universities charge much higher fees. Most public universities have moved to a "fee-based" model, shifting more of the cost of studying abroad to the students actually studying abroad. The EAF finances in part the operation of the Education Abroad Office. The EAF will not be waived if you choose not to utilize the services that the EAO provides.
The EAF may appear as a separate charge on your student account or it may be included in your overall program cost. If you are not accepted into the program to which you apply, you will not be charged the EAF. If you are accepted into a UNL program and you make a commitment deposit, but then you choose to withdraw, you will not receive a refund of the EAF.