NPAC hours to change due to holiday

According to Chris Green, Nelson Physical Activity Center coordinator, the NPACs hours will change due to the Easter weekend holiday. The NPAC will be closed Saturday and Monday. The NPACs regularly scheduled hours will remain the same for the rest of the semester. For more information, contact Green at 308-432-6392 or at


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