Join for fun, friends, and the future.
Explore and develop new skills, add new experiences to your resume, and make life-long friends, all while serving the larger community.
NE STEM 4 U, a student-run organization at the University of Nebraska Omaha that is committed to bringing quality, after-school science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities to disadvantaged elementary and middle school students within the Omaha Public Schools.
VPA at UNO, undergraduate and graduate psychology students work with faculty in providing quantitative and qualitative data and feedback to non-profit organizations from the perspective of their volunteers.
Local and national honor societies foster excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and research:
- Ankh Maat Wedjau Black Studies Honor Society
- Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society
- Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Society
- Pi Delta Phi French Honor Society
- Gamma Theta Upsilon National Geography Honor Society
- Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
- Nebraska Gamma Chapter Pi Mu Epsilon Math Honor Society
- Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society
- Pi Gamma Mu Social Science Honor Society
- Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology Honor Society
Other Student Groups
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity
BSSA- Black Studies Student Organization – Contact the Black Studies Department for information
BSAA Black Studies Alumni Association-– Contact the Black Studies Department for information
El Club de Español-- Contact the Foreign Languages Department for information
Stammtisch - Contact the Foreign Languages Department for information
UNOGS (University of Nebraska – Omaha Geoscience Society)- Contact the Geography/Geology Department for information
Intertribal Student Council – Contact the Native American Studies Program for information
Philosophy Discussion Group – contact the Department of Philosophy for information
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