A message from the Director and the Advisory Board

The Raikes School strives to be a community that is actively anti-racist, and we believe that our students and alumni will be part of the positive change we need in this world...

Design Your

F U T U R E

Participating in Design Studio, engaging with faculty in smaller classes, taking advantage of numerous internship and networking opportunities, and studying alongside some of the brightest students on campus are just some of the ways that students in the Raikes School accelerate their careers and develop into the innovators of tomorrow.

Computer Science

Curriculum focused on the application of software design and development to solve complex problems.

Business

Unparalleled business education that teaches how to bring to market radical concepts, ideas, and products.

Innovation

The synthesis of Computer Science and Business infused with Model and Design Thinking.

Unlimited opportunities are

just around the corner.

Jeff Raikes

The Raikes School Curriculum

A visionary approach to interdisciplinary education.

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Design Studio

Design Studio

Build innovative solutions to real-world problems.

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The Kauffman Center

Live and learn under the same roof.

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Kauffman Room

Startup Success Stories

Hudl: Capturing and bringing value to every moment in sports.

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Hudl
Satya at Nebraska

The Silicon Prairie

Lincoln, Nebraska has become a hub for tech innovation.

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Cody Ebberson

Strong Alumni Network

Cody Ebberson: YCombinator alumnus and passionate entrepreneur.

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We let our numbers

do the talking.

In the Raikes School, students graduate with a two year head start on their careers.

100%

of graduates have a job or are accepted into graduate school within three months of graduation.

99%

of Raikes School students have internships for at least two summers.

12:1

student-to-faculty ratio in the Raikes School.

37

average cohort size in the Raikes School over the last five years.

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