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Graduate Resource Room

This guide is designed to provide resources for our Graduate level and distance students. There are tips, resources and materials provided which are focused primarily for those groups and their continued success using the library website.

Get the Help You Need


Your professor should be the first place you go for clarity. Instructors should at least have their CUNE email readily available in Blackboard. They have direct access to every aspect of the course and your assignments, and will responsible for grading your work, so they're the first and best place to start


The library is here to help as well! Contact us for help with research and finding articles. The library does have a very small staff, and limited hours, so phone messages and emails will always allow us to get back to you as soon as possible.

Library Contact Page

IT Help Desk

Contact the Helpdesk if you are having issues with logging in or other computer problems, they may be able to help you remotely

Student Helpdesk Portal


SmarThinking is an online writing workshop/tutoring service which can help you edit your papers. Make sure to give yourself plenty of time to receive feedback and make changes to your work before the due date. Check in your Blackboard class under "Tutoring."

Microsoft Office Suite

Microsoft Office 365 is provided free of charge to all current students of Concordia University, Nebraska!

Click the link below and follow the instructions to register an account and install the apps on your computer (PC or Mac only).

Microsoft Office 365 for Current Students

Note: Concordia University Nebraska uses the Microsoft Suite campus-wide. Blackboard and other resources will cause issues if you insist on using the Google Suite of tools and resources, so we strongly suggest making the switch or using Microsoft products for all classroom activities and assignments.



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