Tutoring & Student Services
Peter Kiewit Institute, 285E
The CSLC offers drop-in tutoring without an appointment during normal hours of operation for the following courses:
|• CSCI 1200 - CS Principles|
|• CIST 1300 - Web Development|
|• CIST 1400 - Intro to CS|
|• CSCI 1620 - Intro to CS II|
|• CSCI 2030 - Foundations of CS|
|• CSCI 2240 - C Programming|
|• CSCI 3320 - Data Structures|
|Students seeking to work with a tutor only need to come to the center; no appointment is necessary formost of these core courses. Tutoring may be available for other classes by request. Contact the CSLC forrequests.|
Distance Tutoring via Skype
Distance tutoring for students who are off-campus is offered during normal hours of operation subject to tutor availability. Once in the Tutoring Portal, click "I need help," fill out the information as completely as possible and make sure to clearly comment "Requesting a Skype session" before submitting.
Tutor-led exam reviews may be scheduled prior to exams; the date, time and location of these will be announced on the Tutoring Portal Status page, in the CSLC, or via your instructor.
Private Tutoring Sessions
Weekly hour-long tutoring sessions are available to students struggling with course material. These will focus on core course material and are not intended as a time to work on homework. Private tutoring requests currently require a GMav account to fill out the request form.
Services for Metro Community College
The CSLC welcomes Metro Community College students seeking help with courses similar or equivalent to UNO courses of focus.
Students without a UNO parking pass may use the visitor parking lot in front of the main entrance to PKI; this parking is currently limited to one hour. Additionally, parking is open and requires no permit on Saturdays. Other options for day passes or non-regulated parking can be found on the UNO parking website.
|• INFO 1003 - Introduction to Computer Programming*|
|• INFO 1311 - Web Development|
|• INFO 1521 - Java I|
|• INFO 1531 - Java II|
|* Call ahead to make sure a Python-capable tutor will be there|
|Peter Kiewit Institute, 150|
|Kayla Flott||Jessica Flohr|
|(402) 554-3703||(402) 554-6246|
The Engineering Study Stop offers students dedicated space to study by themselves, work in groups, or meet with a peer tutor for extra help with coursework in the evenings. Trained peer tutors will be available for engineering students to help with first- and second-year courses in Math, Chemistry, Physics and select sophomore level engineering courses. No appointment is necessary, and snacks are provided.
|• MATH 1950-1970|
|• MATH 2050|
|• MATH 2350|
|• STAT 3800/ECEN 3050|
|• ECEN 1030|
|• ECEN 1060|
|• ECEN 2130|
|• ECEN 2140|
|• ECEN 3130|
|• MENG 2230|
|• MENG 3730|
|• PHYS 2110|
|• PHYS 2120|
|• CHEM 1180 + 1184|
|• AE, CENG, CIVE & EE Intro Courses|
Durham Science Center, 107
Dr. Dana Richter-Egger
The Math-Science Learning Center (MSLC) provides UNO students the assistance they need to conquer academic challenges in Math and Science. Students serve as tutors, supplemental instruction leaders and study group facilitators trained to assist their peers in achieving academic success. The MSLC houses meeting alcoves, study/tutoring space, tutorial computers and reserve study materials. It also offers academic consultation for students seeking to increase their overall learning effectiveness and efficiency.
Zoom for Online Tutoring
Zoom appointments available for online students. Contact the Math-Science Learning Center for the name and contact information you'll need to set up a Zoom meeting with a tutor. This is a free service offered by UNO.
Courses SupportedThe MSLC works with faculty to advance STEM learning on campus and engagement in the community. The MSLC supports students taking courses in:
|• Geology (by appointment)|
Milo Bail Student Center, 117
The Office of Military and Veteran Services (OMVS) empowers students to make purposeful connections with the expert resources across the University community. OMVS partners with students to provide holistic support and mentorship – for example, connecting students with peer mentors and academic tutoring in math and writing. The OMVS team educates students in response to their questions regarding GI Bill benefits and other financial support.
Arts & Sciences Hall, 304
The Social Science Research Commons (SSRC) is a space for students, faculty, and community members to build opportunities & support networks for interdisciplinary research. Located in Arts & Sciences Hall (ASH) 304, the SSRC is an initiative of the social sciences to promote academic partnership and collaboration by offering a network of support for UNO/UNMC students and faculty as they work to master critical research tools and methodologies.
Arts & Sciences Hall, 183 & 185
The UNO Speech Center assists all UNO students, faculty and staff in preparing oral presentations and/or incorporating them into their courses. The center is part of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media's School of Communication, and provides personalized support to help individuals create, improve, practice, and enhance their presentation and public speaking skills. Our facility, located in Arts and Sciences Hall, provides consulting and coaching services for UNO students, graduate students, faculty and staff from all disciplines.
Services are offered in Arts and Sciences Hall (ASH) on the UNO Dodge Campus. The center includes two rooms — the Basic Course Room and the Speech Consulting Room. Location and hours are posted on the website.
TurnItIn is a plagiarism prevention service connected to the Canvas Assignment Feature. TurnItIn checks for similarity between teh student submitted assignment and other sources such as website, books, articles, and their own database of previously submitted papers.
Learn more about how to utilize this service on the UNO TurnItIn webpage.
Criss Library provides more than 150 LibGuides on research assistance, subject content and other resources.
Special Subject Librarians
Subject specialist librarians have in-depth knowledge of researching within specific disciplines and can give you guidance specifically for your area of study. The library maintains a list of subject areas crosslisted with the specialist librarians and research guides.
Online Learning ResourcesUNO Libraries provide access to many resources that are especially helpful to online and distance education students, including:
• Over 200 databases, most containing articles published in thousands of research journals
• Over 500,000 electronic books, historical newspapers, and government documents
• Audio and video streaming services
• Materials put on e-reserve for your courses
• Subject-specific research guides and citation guides
• Phone or video research consultations available with subject librarians
Interlibrary loan (ILL) allows you to obtain items not owned by UNO Libraries, including books, articles, and other materials. ILL books take on average about 10 days to arrive and can be sent directly to you, you simply need to specify “Mail to Address” as your preferred delivery method when setting up your ILL account. PDF article files typically take two to three days to arrive but could take up to a week. Turnaround time depends on the material requested. The ILL department will also scan chapters, journal articles, and other materials owned by the UNO Libraries and upload them to your ILL account. You can then download these materials as PDFs to your computer. You can make these document delivery requests the same way you make ILL requests.
Accessing Online Resources
To use any of these UNO Library resources, you must be a currently enrolled UNO student and have a library account. If you have trouble accessing your library account, please call 402.554.3206 for assistance.
Visit the Online Learning Resources Guide for more information on these resources.
Creative Production Lab
|Criss Library, 248|
|Charles Fisher||Drew Roberts|
|CPL Supervisor||CPL Assistant|
The Creative Production Lab is an open library service where patrons can receive one-on-one help to explore their creative interests and learn how to use cutting-edge hardware and software.
Arts & Sciences Hall, 150
The Writing Center invites UNO students, faculty, and staff in all university divisions to work with a writing consultant on any writing project. You may use this free service to work on your writing assignments, application essays, business letters, or other projects. Because our goal is to help you become an effective, independent writer, we will not edit papers for you; we will help you develop the ability to edit your own work.
Face-to-Face Appointments v. Online Appointments
For Fall 2020, face-to-face appointments will be limited. See our website for more information.
We offer face-to-face and online, synchronous appointments. Consultants available online are marked on the schedule with "face-to-face or online" beneath their names. We recommend hour-long online appointments because communication takes longer than in face-to-face appointments. At your appointment time--or shortly before--log into our system and join your session. You will have the option of using audio/video during online sessions; make sure you have a working webcam, microphone, and high-speed internet connection if enabling audio/video. Online sessions take place within and utilize our online schedule system; you will not need Skype, IM, Google, or any other platform/software.