See what’s here for you at the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media.
Your first step is to visit UNO Admissions, where you can:
Once you've made the decision to become a Maverick, start your online application and have all required materials ready.
Undergraduate Application submission deadlines are:
- Fall Semester – August 1*
- Spring Semester – December 1
- Summer Semester – June 1
*The priority deadline for scholarship consideration for the fall semester is February 1.
An Application for Graduate Admission must be filed with the UNO Office of Graduate Studies.
Please Note: All students, except current junior and senior level
Deadlines for graduate programs vary. Visit the Graduate Programs & Deadlines page for more information.
Students interested in transferring to the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media should visit the UNO Admissions Transfer Students page. The minimum grade point average (GPA) for transfer students is 2.25.
Once a transfer student is admitted to the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, transcripts from the student’s previous institution(s) will be reviewed by an advisor to evaluate the remaining credits needed to obtain a degree.
Students who are seeking a degree within the School of Music are also required to complete an entrance audition for admission into the music program. Details about auditions can be found at https://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-communication-fine-arts-and-media/music/student-involvement/auditions-scholarships.php
CFAM continues UNO's tradition of global engagement with international partners and a variety of programs to assist international students. International students interested in attending UNO should visit the International Admissions page.
Degree Holder, Non-Degree Seeker, or Visiting Student
Students may enroll in classes at CFAM without seeking a specific degree. If you are not currently pursuing a degree at UNO but are interested in taking one or more courses during a semester at UNO, visit the Non-Degree page.
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