Rental Property at UNMC
UNMC Rental Property is available for lease to full time students, residents and fellows at the Medical Center in Omaha. The UNMC Rental Properties consist of one, two and three bedroom units located on the UNMC campus. All rental agreements are made through the Business Services Department, Rental Property Management. For more information on availability contact Esther Collins at 402-559-5201 or email: email@example.com. For property details contact Esther Collins or visit our web-site: www.unmc.edu/housing.
Housing for UNMC Students in Lincoln
Students enrolled in the College of Dentistry and the Lincoln Division of the College of Nursing may obtain housing through UNL by contacting the following office:
Division of University Housing
1115 North 16th St.
P. O. Box 880622
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0622
Housing for UNMC Students in Scottsbluff
Western Nebraska Community College will provide dormitory space for UNMC Scottsbluff nursing students. Students are responsible for their own arrangements and payments in regard to dormitory rooms.
Students are given a “Housing Opportunities” pamphlet when they are admitted to UNMC CON-West Nebraska Division. This pamphlet provides contact information for local apartment complexes and the dorm style housing offered at the “Inn Touch” facility of the Regional West Medical Center. Students are responsible for their own arrangements and payments in regards to housing.
Housing for UNMC Students in Kearney
Kearney nursing students interested in living in student housing please contact the Residential and Greek Life Office, Conrad Hall, UNK, Kearney, NE 68849, 308-869-8519. Students are responsible for their own housing arrangements and payments.
Housing for UNMC Student in Norfolk
At this time, there is no UNMC housing for Northern Division students. Students are responsible for their own arrangements and payments in regards to housing. UNMC-Northern Division students may also apply to Northeast Community College for on campus housing. A separate housing application is required and the student is responsible for the filing fee, which must be paid at the time the application is submitted. Northeast Community College on-campus housing is limited; as a result, most UNMC students live in private housing in the community.
Housing Discrimination Hotline
Students who believe that they have been denied housing because of race, color, sex, religion or national origin can have their rights explained by calling the Housing Discrimination Hotline. The service is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.