Class Notes

Class Notes
What’s going on in your life?

Have a new job? Retired or moved to a new location? Planning a wedding or expecting a child? Received a special award or honor? Share the news with your alumni community by submitting a Class Note. Your note will be shared on our website and in Nebraska Magazine, the NAA’s publication for members. To submit a note, click the “Add a Class Note” button at the bottom of the page.

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You can also search notes that other alumni have submitted. Use the criteria below to search for the members whose notes you would like to read. 

Class Notes Help

To Search for Class Notes:
1. Specify a set of search criteria.  To select a criterion for use in your search, click the the checkbox to the left of its filter name.  You must select at least one Note Category to conduct a search. 
2. Make any selections or provide any text required by the selected criteria.
3. Click Search Class Notes.
NOTE: Clicking the Search Class Notes button without defining criteria will generate a list of all existing and approved Class Notes.

To Submit a Class Note:
To add a class note, click Add Class Note.
NOTE:  If you have recently added a Class Note, it is possible that you will not see it in the results immediately.  Each Community has its own rules and time frames regarding Administrator approval of member-submitted content. 

Ahart, Paige "Paige" Posted: 7/10/2015 8:45:42 PM
Class of 2013

I am finally beginning the final steps in continuing my education in May 2015 as I join the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, Class of 2018, at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL. This transition comes after spending a year working with Select Medical and as the athletic trainer for St. Petersburg College in St. Petersburg, FL.
Kennedy Helgenberger (Kennedy), Sheena "Sheena " Posted: 10/24/2014 3:42:43 AM
Class of 2008
Alumnae Sheena Kennedy and Rachelle Winkle-Wagner's article "Earning Autonomy While Maintaining Family Ties: Black Women’s Reflections on the Transition Into College" was published in the September issue of the NASPA's Journal About Women in Higher Education (NJAWHE).