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The Cashiering and Student Accounts Office is committed to providing quality service to our customers.

In an effort to help better understand how tuition and fees are being assessed for the fall 2020 term, below is an explanation of each of the instruction modalities offered and the corresponding tuition and fees. 

  • In-Person instruction” (001 sections)  refers to instructors and students attending synchronous classes on our campus, or, in the case of practica, field work, internships, service learning, or flight training, at community locations, subject to public health conditions.
    • On campus tuition and fee rates apply to 001 sections.  Please view the rate charts for specific charges. 
  •   “Remote instruction” (820 sections) refers to instructors and students meeting synchronously using digital technology (eg: Zoom) at the scheduled times according to the Registrar’s calendar.
  •  “Hybrid instruction” (860 sections) refers to a mix of in-person instruction and either remote or online instruction, with reduced contact time on campus.
  • Online instruction” (850 sections) refers to asynchronous instructor-student interactions using digital technology, with students able to interact with each other and the instructor at flexible hours.
    • Online tuition and fee rates apply to sections 820, 860 and 850.  Please view the rate charts for specific charges. 

Beginning in the fall 2020, students enrolled in on campus or hybrid modalities will be assessed UPF fees except on off-campus or Offutt courses.  UPF fees are not assessed if a student is enrolled in only (820/850 sections) remote/online courses.  

These fees support a variety of on campus and online student programs and services such as counseling and psychological services, campus health clinic, transportation services, campus recreation, athletics, and a wide variety of activities and programs affiliated with the Milo Bail Student Center. 

All tuition and fee rates are approved by the Board of Regents.  Cashiering/Student Accounts is not authorized to make adjustments.  In rare circumstances, appeals for adjustments will be considered.  For more information, please email unostudentaffairs@unomaha.edu.  Please include your name, NUID number and a brief description of your circumstances.   

Cashiering and Student Accounts

Eppley Administration Building 109

6001 Dodge Street 
Omaha NE 68182-0292  

Phone: 402.554.2324
Fax: 402.554.3574
Emailunocsa@unomaha.edu

Monday - Friday: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.