Advising & Student Resources
Preparing future leaders for careers in aging.
Based on your educational needs and goals, advisors are prepared to help you lay out a course plan that will lead you to meeting those goals. At a minimum, you should meet with your advisor once each semester to review your course plan and to make any necessary changes.
Additionally, your advisor is available to answer questions you may have about degree requirements, adding or dropping courses, transfer credits, course substitutions and more.
Listed at left are the advisors for the Department of Gerontology and their contact information.
Frequently Used Resources
Explore Careers in Aging
- Careers in Aging Brochure
- 101 Careers in Aging
- Careers in Aging (Association for Gerontology in Higher Education)
- National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards
- The Gerontological Society of America
- Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE)
UNO Career & Job Search Resources
- From College to Career Resource Guide - a resource guide for career & major exploration and the job search
- Academic & Career Development Center (ACDC) - a free resource on campus that offers services for academic & career success
Job Search Websites
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