Office of Academic Affairs
In collaboration with all colleges and faculty, the Office of Academic Affairs supports programs and services which are designed to assist students in defining, clarifying, and achieving their educational goals.
Academic Affairs ensures the integrity and quality of UNO's academic curricula, programs, and faculty.
About Academic Affairs
UNO, led by the faculty, in collaboration with staff and students, strives for excellence at all levels of teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and creative activity consistent with its metropolitan mission. Excellence is demonstrated in programs and areas of distinction, high quality undergraduate education, and strong graduate research/professional programs. The Office of Academic Affairs is committed to this goal.
Click here to learn more about the Office of Academic Affairs' mission and its leadership.
Academic Program Development & Review
Campus development and review processes guarantee the integrity and quality of UNO’s courses and academic programs.
Click here to learn more about the processes for new academic programs & units, new and revised courses, campus procedures, cycle, and results for our established academic program review and student learning outcomes assessment.
Academic Learning Communities
An Academic Learning Community (ALC) is a group of students who learn together. Students take coursework together, participate in projects with one another, and work to build learning in a particular area. Academic Learning Communities provide a built-in support network that can assist students in being academically successful.
Click here to learn more about Academic Learning Communities.
Center for Faculty Excellence
The Center for Faculty Excellence aims to advance instructional excellence, facilitate professional success, and foster faculty leadership through a collaborative approach - thus supporting the goals of UNO as a premier university.
Click here to learn more about the Center for Faculty Excellence.
General Education and Dual Enrollment
General Education is a set of courses designed to develop a breadth of skills to prepare students to be informed and engaged citizens. Dual Enrollment allows academically talented students to earn college credit while still in high school.
Click here to learn more about the Office of General Education and Dual Enrollment.
Honors and Awards
The University of Nebraska Omaha, and the University of Nebraska system recognize outstanding students, faculty, and community leaders with a variety of college, campus, and university-wide awards.
Click here to learn more these awards.
Budget & Finance
Contact Kathy Krause for questions about Budget & Finance in the Office of Academic Affairs.
Diversity and Inclusion
Contact James McCarty for questions about Diversity and Inclusion in the Office of Academic Affairs.
Academic Human Resources
Click here for information related to Academic Human Resources, including the Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Guidelines, Faculty Development Fellowships, and Workload Assignment Policies.
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
The University of Nebraska does not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment. Learn more about Equity, Access and Diversity.