Enroll Now

Enroll 24/7, 365 by following these steps:

1
Create a secure UNHS Store account: Provide student and proctor information, select courses and check out with payment.
2
Purchase textbooks & materials online through the  UNHS Bookstore
3
Check student email for log-in credentials. (Allow 1-2 business days).

Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees

Cost includes tuition and non refundable
administrative fee of $50.

Each .5 Carnegie unit / 5 credit course
(1 semester)

  • $250
    Non-Resident
  • $200
    Nebraska Resident

Each 1.0 Carnegie unit / 10 credit course
(2 semesters)

  • $450
    Non-Resident
  • $350
    Nebraska Resident

Most courses require the purchase of
textbooks and materials

Optional Services

For a complete list of policies regarding tuition and fees, refer to the UNHS Course Catalog.

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2017-2018 Course Catalog

Bookstore

Textbooks and materials can be purchased from Follett Virtual Campus.

Uniiversity of Nebraska Highschool Supplies Follett Virtual Campus
  • New, used, digital textbooks
  • Buy-back program
  • 24/7 online ordering
  • Shipment tracking
Visit the UNHS Bookstore

Proctor Information

In order to maintain quality and integrity as an accredited high school, UNHS requires approved proctors to administer closed-book progress tests. Proctors may also help set schedules and monitor students' progress.

Who Can Be a Proctor

  • Current or retired teachers,counselors, administrators, head librarians or extension educators.
  • Military base education officers, chaplains and higher level commissioned officers.
  • Embassy or consulate officials.

Who Cannot Be a Proctor

  • Relatives or guardians.
  • NCAA students may not use their coaches as proctors.

Transferring Credits?

Students transferring UNHS credits, must have their proctor approved by the local school.

Download Local School Approval Form

Designating a Proctor

If proctor information was not provided at the time of enrollment, the Proctor Information Form must be completed prior to taking your first progress tests.

Proctor Information Form