ILUNO Intensive English
New Intensive English (ILUNO) students collaborate with program instructors to evaluate their English ability and select language classes at one of five levels – beginning to advanced.
Experienced instructors teach reading and vocabulary, grammar and writing, listening, pronunciation, TOEFL preparation, and critical-thinking skills. Instructors are available daily to meet with students to discuss their class work, language skills, and future academic plans.
The Bridge Program allows most undergraduate students with TOEFL scores of 48 or higher to take university coursework along with English as a Second Language classes.
The Advantage Track is offered to students who want to take undergraduate courses at UNO without taking the TOEFL.
Many ILUNO students, while lacking English proficiency, are otherwise qualified for undergraduate or graduate coursework. These students may receive Conditional Admission into academic programs at UNO. They know in advance that they can begin studies in a degree program immediately after completing ILUNO.
Serving the Community
ILUNO students practice English while serving the local community. ILUNO's innovative service-learning class has partnered with Beveridge Middle School. For photos, videos, and to read more, check out the Global Citizens website.
Also, read more about campus and community activities, as well as housing options on the Housing, Campus and Community page.
New ILUNO Students
Make sure you read the information on Getting Started in ILUNO. If you have any questions, call 1.402.554.2293 or stop by Arts & Sciences Hall 241 to make an appointment.
Download schedules for upcoming orientations
- January to February 2015
- March to April 2015
- May to June 2015
- July to August 2015
- September to October 2015
- November to December 2015
Attending class is important for language learning and academic advancement. Missing many classes may result in dismissal from ILUNO, complicating a student's immigration status and financial aid. Please review the following attendance policy. Contact your advisor if you have questions or if you have problems that cause you to miss classes.
To read the ILUNO Attendance Policy, click on your language below: