NWU Corporate Partners

Scholarships available to employees of NWU partners

Nebraska Wesleyan University partners with local and regional corporations to make Lincoln and Omaha even greater places to live, learn and do business.

Benefits for your employees

When companies partner with NWU, all their employees receive a $25-per-credit-hour scholarship off tuition for any NWU accelerated bachelor’s degree completion program or graduate degree program in Lincoln or Omaha.

Benefits for companies

Partnering with Nebraska Wesleyan is easy. It adds value to the benefits package you offer to employees in the form of scholarships potentially worth thousands.

When your employees use this scholarship benefit, they apply their learning to your operations from day one. In other words, everyone wins.

Want to add your company's name to our list? Contact us at (402) 465-2329 and we'll reach out to your human resources department.

Our growing list of partners includes:

Asuracare

Boys Town School

Boys Town National Research Hospital

Bryan College of Nursing

C&A Industries, Inc.

CHI Health

Children's Hospital

Collaborative Industries

Columbus Community Hospital

Cornhusker Bank

Crete Carrier Corp

Duncan Aviation, Inc.

Eye Surgical Assoicates

First National Bank of Omaha

Home Instead, Inc.

Lancaster Rehabilitation Center

Lincoln Surgical Hospital 

Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital

National Research Corporation

Nelnet

Nye Health Services

OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.

Pacific Life Insurance Company

Quality Living, Inc.

Sutton Ryan Dermatology

Syracuse Area Health

TELCOR Inc.

US Department of Veteran Affairs - VA Hospital

Visiting Nurse Association

York Hospital

NWU offers the degree programs your employees want.

Adult undergraduate programs

Business administration

Nursing (RN to BSN)

Organizational leadership and communication

Social work

Graduate programs

Master of Business Administration

Master of Education

Master of Science in Nursing

MSN/MBA

MSN to MBA Bridge

Academic support and resources that matter

  • Convenient once-a-week evening classes for most programs; once-a-week daytime classes for nursing
  • Competitive costs with no hidden fees
  • Accelerated eight-week sessions starting in January, March, May, August and October Face-to-face and hybrid classes
  • Committed academic advisors and career counselors
  • Accessible, experienced faculty with dedicated office hours
  • Academic support services including tutoring and counseling on writing, time management, test anxiety and more
  • Career services including resume consultations, mock interviews and salary negotiations
  • Access to online and on-campus
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