Pursue an education that means something to you.
If you’re ready to start your college career with a liberal arts degree, visit UNO Admissions where you can:
- Plan a visit
- Review admission criteria
- Research financial aid options
- Explore housing
Once you’ve decided to become a Maverick, start your online application and choose a College of Arts and Sciences major when you create your account. Don’t forget to have all of your required materials ready before you start the process.
Deadlines for Admission to UNO
Undergraduate Application Submission Deadlines are:
- Fall semester: August 1
- Priority deadline for scholarship consideration for the fall semester is February 1
- Spring semester: December 1
- Summer semester: June 1
The College of Arts and Sciences offers many Master, Ph.D and Certificate level graduate programs. Students must complete a Graduate Application form and file it with the UNO Office of Graduate Studies.
All junior and senior-level students who wish to register for a graduate course must complete a request form to register for a graduate credit. Please select your level below to complete the appropriate form:
Students who are admitted to graduate programs at other University of Nebraska campuses must complete an intercampus registration form to receive credit for any graduate level courses taken at UNO.
Students interested in transferring to the College of Arts and Sciences can apply online through the UNO Office of Admissions page.
The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes students from around the globe to explore all our college has to offer. UNO is committed to global engagement – we believe that international exchange is vital to the growth of our community, our country, and our world. Learn more about International Admissions.
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