There’s no shortage of things to do in Lincoln.
This city of 300,000 has a vibrant and walkable downtown that’s ranked #7 in the nation. With more than 75 restaurants, Lincoln’s historic Haymarket district offers enough variety to satisfy any palate. The city has an active live music scene, diverse performing arts venues, and nationally-acclaimed art museums and galleries, as well as an on-campus cinema center. Lincoln is also home to a growing biking culture. The city has over 128 miles of biking and walking trails and more than 6,000 acres of parks and natural land.
Prospective students should visit the Office of Graduate Studies’ “Relocating to Lincoln” page for additional information about housing and the cost of living in Lincoln.