NCards required for building access on first day of finals week

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NCards required for building access on first day of finals week

Husker game day may limit traffic flow, parking on Nov. 21
Starting at 7 a.m. March 20, faculty and staff must use an NCard to gain access to the university's academic buildings. The shift is in response to reduced campus activity related to COVID-19.
University Communication

Access to University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s City Campus academic buildings on Nov. 21 — the first day of fall semester final exams — will require the use of an NCard.

Along with the launch of finals, Nov. 21 is a home game day for Husker football. Following standard safety protocols for home games, all exterior doors to the academic buildings on City Campus will be locked. Valid NCards will be necessary to enter buildings and access scheduled in-person finals, study spaces, campus offices or research labs.

Academic buildings on East and Nebraska Innovation campuses will be open and NCards will not be needed to gain entry.

University Police will manage access to academic buildings. No further action is needed by university personnel, including individual building access coordinators, to grant permissions.

NCards will not be necessary to enter university buildings on any other day of finals week, which is Nov. 21-25.

Game day activities may limit traffic flow and parking access around Memorial Stadium — primarily on the north, south and west sides. Students, faculty and staff coming to campus are encouraged to avoid the area for parking and to allow for more time due to potential delays. All other campus parking lots — including those in Memorial Mall immediately east of Memorial Stadium — will be open to permit holders.

For more information on the university’s fall 2020 schedule, including the final exam schedule, click here.

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