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To Do Checklist
The following are important steps to make your enrollment official. We look forward to having you join us on campus!
To establish your Mavlink Account you will need your NU ID number, which can be found on your admission letter. With this information you can set up your mavlink account. After establishing your mavlink account, you will be able to access various online services across campus by logging into mavlink. You can use mavlink to:
- Review your 'To Do List' for outstanding items required before enrollment
- Register for Orientation and classes
- Check Financial Aid awards
- View grades and current class schedules
- Pay tuition and more!
- Submit Final transcripts to UNO. Refer to Step 3 in the Admissions Process section for more information: www.unomaha.edu/admissions/undergraduate/first-year.php
- Submit your pre-enrollment health form and immunizations records. Students must* provide documentation of immunizations and complete a pre-enrollment health form before students will be able to register for an orientation session or meet with an academic advisor.
- Your offer of admission is valid only for the term for which you applied. If you plan to enroll for a different term, you must submit a new UNO Application for Undergraduate Admission. If you applied for the Fall term and would like to start in the summer instead, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 402.554.2393 or email email@example.com.
- If you would like to change your Undergraduate Major or Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
* Immunizations records are not required for individuals born prior to January 1, 1957.
Students interested in on-campus housing will be need to submit a housing application. Housing applications are currently being accepted for:
- Maverick Village
- University Village
- Scott Village
- Scott Court
- Scott Hall
Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. For additional information and to apply, go online: http://housing.unomaha.edu/oncampus.
Apply for Federal Financial Aid by completing the FAFSA (www.fafsa.gov). The priority deadline is April 1 for consideration for all sources of funds. More information is available at http://financialaid.unomaha.edu. After a student has completed the FAFSA, all pertinent correspondence will occur through mavlink. Check mavlink [https://mavlink.unomaha.edu] frequently for ongoing important messages regarding your financial aid award status.
Shortly following admission, First Year and Transfer students receive information from the Testing Center about English, Math, Chemistry, French and Spanish placement tests.
- Math placement is determined by your ACT math subscore or results on the Compass Math Test. Please see http://testingcenter.unomaha.edu/exams.php for more information.
- Students with transfer credit may have already satisfied their testing requirements and should check with an Academic advisor concerning the need to take placement exams.
- Additional information on testing and registration for placement exams is available online at the Testing Center [http://testing.unomaha.edu] or by calling 402.554.4800.
You and your family will learn about resources at UNO, what it means to be a Maverick, and tips for handling the transition to UNO. You will also activate your gmav email account at Orientation. First Year and Transfer students who enroll for the Summer Session and intend to enroll in the Fall semester, are required to attend Fall Orientation.
- First-Year students are required to attend New Student Orientation. You will meet with your academic advisor and register for your first-semester of classes via mavlink. Please bring your NU ID and password with you to Orientation
- Transfer students are required to attend New Student Orientation. After you have scheduled your Orientation, you should make an appointment with an academic advisor by calling your UNO academic college. Schedule your advising appointment for a time/date as soon after your Orientation session as possible. For example, if you attend a morning Orientation session, we recommend you schedule your advising appointment for that afternoon. If you are transferring credits, please bring unofficial copies of transcripts from your previous institutions.
Fall Orientation signup begins in March for sessions held May through August. Space is limited and sessions fill up quickly, so sign up soon. Students are recommended to attend Orientation as early as possible to get the best selection of classes and times.
As you prepare, here are some resources we thought would be helpful for you.
- Computing Services – UNO's Information Services (IS) department makes it simple for students to get help with almost any computer-related issue.
- Parking – Parking Services oversees parking on campus and is the office where you can purchase your parking permit.
- Cashiering and Student Accounts – Cashiering and Student Accounts provides quality service to students to pay their bill.
- Student Involvement – UNO offers students a wide array of opportunities to get involved.
- Student Support Services – UNO offers a range of services to support you academically, socially, and physically.
- Student Health – Student Health Services supports the student's learning experience through the delivery of high quality affordable health care services and innovative programs that promote the health of the student, university, and community.