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The Spring Semester at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) will begin on Monday, January 13.
Here are some important dates to keep in mind for the semester:
January 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service (Student & Staff Holiday, University closed)
Join UNO, Metropolitan Community College (MCC), and K-12 students as we honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s dedication to service. Register or learn more about the MLK Jr. Day of Service.
February 23: Spring Tuition and Fees Balance Due
For information regarding billing policies, visit the UNO Cashiering/Student Accounts page.
March 14: The last day to apply for May Commencement
You must complete an Application for Degree during the semester in which you plan to graduate. Log into mavlink and fill out the application on or before the deadline for that Graduation Ceremony. The link is located on the program tab on bullseye.
March 23 - 30: Spring Vacation
This will be a student holiday with no classes, but UNO offices will be open.
April 26 - May 2: Prep Week
May 3: Last Day of Spring Semester classes
May 3 - May 9: Finals Week
The last week of the semester is designated as Final Examination Week. For details on the scheduling of exams, visit the UNO Final Exam and Grading Schedule page.
May 9 - May 10: Commencement
Summer and Fall 2014 Enrollment Dates
Currently enrolled students who do not have any enrollment holds are eligible to participate in early enrollment. Early enrollment times are based on the number of credit hours earned.
Please note, UNO Inter-Campus students must turn in an Inter-Campus form to the admissions office each semester. Early enrollment periods are as follows:
|Summer 2014 Semester||Fall 2014 Semester|
|Graduates||March 3||March 31|
|Seniors (91 - above)||March 4||April 2|
|Juniors (58 - 90)||March 5||April 4|
|Sophomores (27 - 57)||March 6||April 8|
|Freshman (0 - 26)||March 7||April 10|
|Open Enrollment||March 10||April 14|
Your specific enrollment date and enrollment holds information is available by logging on to mavlink. The system will not allow you to enroll prior to your scheduled time.
Many classes have prerequisites or require permission from a department or instructor. To check course requirements, please use the University Undergraduate or Graduate catalog. Requirements for a course can be found at the back of these catalogs under course descriptions. Any questions about prerequisites or about obtaining permission should be directed to your academic advisor.