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Vistors to the UNO campus may find it helpful to review the information and links below before visiting. If this information does not meet your needs, please contact Disability Services in advance to request accommodations: Phone: (402) 554-2872, TTY: (402) 554-3799 or e-mail: unodisability@unomaha.edu

Parking and Accessibility of Campus Buildings

Shuttle System

Wheelchair Navigation Guide

Sign Language Interpreter Requests

Emergency Procedures

Snow Removal Map

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Parking and Accessibility of Campus Buildings

Where should I park? Which doors have electric push buttons? Follow this link for specific information about where to park and the accessibility features of each campus building. Parking and Accessibility


Shuttle System

Visitors are welcome to use the shuttle system to move about the campus. Boarding a shuttle requires using steps or riding a wheelchair lift. There is always at least one shuttle with a wheelchair lift on duty.

UNO offers two shuttle routes; one transports between UNO and Crossroads Mall parking garage and the other drives between North and South Campus.

Crossroads Shuttle makes two stops on campus: the north side of Durham Science Center and the north side of Milo Bail Student Center, then it heads back to Crossroads Mall parking garage. An elevator is located in the SW corner of the crossroads parking garage.

South Campus Shuttle makes a total of nine stops: five on North Campus (Durham Science Center, Milo Bail Student Center, Kayser Hall, Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, and University Village) and four on South Campus (Peter Kiewit Institute, Scott Village, Scott Hall, and across 67th Street from Peter Kiewit Institute). Please see the Parking and Accessibility page for parking locations near the shuttle stops. Parking and Accessibility


Wheelchair Navigation Guide

North Campus: Wheelchair users may find it helpful to know that moving from west to east across campus is slightly downhill and going north to south is also slightly downhill in general. Paved sidewalks, ramps and curb cuts allow access to every building on campus.

South Campus: In general, the Peter Kiewit Institute and adjoining residence halls are on flat land and surrounded by paved surfaces with plenty of curb cuts.

Please see the Parking and Accessibility page for further information about navigating specific buildings on campus.

 

Sign Language Interpreter Requests

If you anticipate the need for a sign language interpreter at a UNO program or activity,
please contact Disability Services at least two weeks in advance. Do so by phone, TTY or
e-mail.

Phone: (402) 554-2872
TTY: (402) 554-3799
Email: svik@unomaha.edu


Emergency Procedures

In the event of an emergency, UNO has procedures in place for people with disabilities. Please review this information on the Campus Security website.
Evacuation Procedures
| Tornado Shelter Areas | Medical Emergency Procedures


Maps of Primary Snow Removal Routes

UNO Facilities Department clears the main sidewalks first and then moves on to the rest of the campus. Anyone who experiences difficulty when moving about the campus is encouraged to call Facilities at 554-2600 or Disability Services at 554-2872 to report the location of the snow or ice. The purple routes on these maps are cleared first.
Snow Removal on Dodge Street Campus | Snow Removal on Pacific Street Campus

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