UNO's Community Engagement Center (CEC) is set to officially open in April. What is the CEC and what's in for you? Read on to learn more about the building, the benefits for students, and the parking changes effective March 17.
Beginning today, the entrances/exits/stair towers in and out of Strauss Performing Arts will be closed off due to construction. Scheduled completion is set for April 21.
From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11, students will be able to vote through sguno.unomaha.edu for 2014 Student Government Elections. Don't forget to vote!
Students enrolling at UNO in 2014-2015 can complete the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) with the Office of Multicultural Affairs on March 11 and March 12. Food is provided!
Learn more about UNO’s School of Public Administration graduate degree programs including Master’s of Public Administration, Ph.D. in Public Administration, and Master’s of Science in Urban Studies.
Join the College of IS&T Roundtable as they present Dr. Jill Dimond on March 14. She will present on "Technology for Social Justice." Don't forget to RSVP!
Want to make weekend plans? Here are some activities you can do in the UNO and Omaha community.
Registration for Intramural Sports Session 4 is open and will close Monday, March 17.
During the week of spring break, March 22, 24-29, volunteer your time with Seven Days of Service. You'll have the opportunity to work along side other UNO students and staff to help make the Omaha community better. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to help.