Make the Right Appointment
Get the Right Help When You Need It
New First-Year Freshman (Incoming for Fall semesters):
You will enroll for your first semester during an in-person Enrollment Day during the summer months. Please refer to the First-Year Student Orientation webpage for further instructions.
Current Students, New Transfer Students, Readmitted Students, & Post-baccalaureate Students:
Advising in the College of Arts and Sciences is structured through a combination of professional and faculty advisors in advising centers and departments. Please refer to your MavLink homepage and look at the "Contact My Advisor" section to see who your advisor is and how to contact them or schedule an appointment:
You can also view the advising page for your major department to find out who to see for advising:
Bioinformatics | Biology | Black Studies | Chemistry | Economics | English | Environmental Science | Foreign Languages & Literature | General Science | Geography | Geology | History | Interdisciplinary Studies | International Studies | Latino/Latin American Studies | Mathematics | Medical Humanities | Molecular & Biomedical Biology | Neuroscience | Pharmaceutical Sciences | Philosophy | Physics | Political Science | Psychology | Religion | Sociology/Anthropology | Women's & Gender Studies
Notes about Pre-Professional Programs
Any two year pre-health program (Pre-Nursing, Pre-Dental Hygiene, Pre-Radiation Science Technology, and Pre-Respiratory Therapy):
In all instances, students should contact the Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC), who will serve as their primary advising resource.
Any pre-health program that will require a bachelor's degree (Pre-Medicine, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy, etc.):
For these pre-health programs, students will need to declare a UNO major that they will complete along with their pre-health requirements.
Students who have declared a major should be advised by the professional or faculty advisor in that major program. Refer to your MavLink homepage OR visit your major program's advising page (links above) to find out who your advisor is.
Students who are still exploring majors should contact the Arts & Sciences Advising Center for primary advising.
After students have met with their primary advisor, supplemental pre-health advising is provided by the Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC).
Already have a bachelor's degree and want any pre-health program?
All post-bacc students who are pursuing pre-health areas should contact the Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC), who will serve as their primary advising resource.
In all instances, students should contact the Arts & Sciences Advising Center or their major/faculty advisor (refer to the table above), who will serve as their primary advising resource.