The International Quilt Study Center & Museum offers a range of classes to graduate students and other interested individuals. Classes, lectures and symposia present unique opportunities for learning to those interested in building knowledge about quilts and their history.
First, you must apply for admission to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Forms for graduate admission are available from the Graduate Studies Office, or by calling (402) 472-2878 or (800) 742-8800 ext. 2878.
Once you have been admitted, you will be given instructions on the University of Nebraska on-line registration system so you may register for a workshop or course.
Degree-Seeking Students are encouraged to apply for admission by January 15 to ensure a smooth transition. You may apply for admission after that date, but you may not be admitted in time to register for classes on the first day of registration in early March. UNL offers several ways to work toward a M.A. degree with a Quilt Studies emphasis. Click here for more information on these programs.
Non-Degree Seeking Students who wish to audit the course, may apply for admission via the expedited application procedure. You must hold a bachelor's degree in order to apply for admission. A transcript from your undergraduate institution will be required. For more information, visit the Graduate Studies Office web site.