The University Archives includes:
- Records from university offices and departments
- Faculty Senate Records
- Course catalogs and schedules
- Personal papers and organizational records
- Film and audio recordings
Highlights of the University Archives
Nearly every issue of UNO’s student newspaper, The Gateway, is available stretching back to 1922. The YELLow Sheet, an early underground student newspaper from 1911 to 1915, is also available.
The Gateway, Omahan, Tomahawk, Breakaway, and Maverick yearbooks were published from 1915 to 1975.
Reflections in Time
A UNO Media Collection of over 120 interviews produced from 1979 to 2007 with former OU and UNO staff, faculty, administrators, alumni, and others.
UNO Faculty Senate Records
Minutes, reports, publications, handbooks, committee information, and other material from 1967 to the present.
Board of Regents Records
Minutes of the University of Omaha Trustees (1908-1931), University of Omaha Board (1931-1968), and University of Nebraska Board of Regents (1968 to the present); campus master plans (1970-2010); and other documents relating to the Board of Regents and antecedents.
UNO images showcase life on the University of Nebraska Omaha (and the former Omaha University) campuses from 1908 to the present.
UNO Artifact Collection
Memorabilia and other objects related to UNO and its predecessor Omaha University from 1908 to the present.
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
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