General Information, Regardless of College or Area of Study
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business
The award program is for actuarial science majors who are successful on the examinations
given by the Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society.
If you take an exam during the last eight weeks of your final semester, you can submit for reimbursement within two weeks of receiving your official results.
If you took a VEE course your final semester, you must apply for VEE credit before the end of the month you graduated, and submit for reimbursement within two weeks of receiving your official notice that VEE credit was granted.
To be reimbursed, you must keep a bank account valid in MyRed or make sure your address is correct in MyRed.
Applicant must be an Actuarial Science Major, who is a U.S. Citizen or Permanent
Resident. Scholarships are based primarily on potential to succeed in Actuarial
Science and secondarily on financial need. The number of scholarships awarded and
the amount of each scholarship are dependent upon the amount of contributions available
for distribution. The allocation of these funds is determined by a subcommittee
of the Nebraska Actuaries Club’s Advisory Board for Nebraska’s Actuarial Science Program,
in conjunction with the Actuarial Science Program faculty. Recipients may re-apply
for the grant for one additional year. Applications are available in Business Advising and Student Engagement, CoB 125
or on their website.
Deadline to apply is February 15.
Raikes School of Computer Science and Management
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
P.O. Box 880409
Lincoln, NE 68588-0409
Students admitted to the Raikes School are typically eligible for Nebraska's highest level of merit-based tuition scholarships, receive the University Honors Program textbook scholarship, and are considered for partial room and board scholarships for housing in the Kauffman Center, home of the Raikes School.
Created in memory of Daniel J. Ford, a 1985 Nebraska Actuarial Science graduate, who
passed away in 1986, this scholarship is designed to provide assistance to students
in financial need. Information regarding this scholarship is available in
Business Advising and Student Engagement, CoB 125.
These scholarships will be awarded to incoming freshman students who demonstrate
a strong interest in the actuarial profession. Detailed information and application
forms are available at www.n-a-c.org.
Many students obtain actuarial employment on a part-time basis during the school
year with local insurance companies, or full-time during the summer with actuarial
employers from around the United States. These positions not only provide needed
income for the student, but they also provide valuable on-the-job experience.
Information regarding scholarships
for actuarial science students from other sources is available from
Be an Actuary.