A degree from UNO will give you an edge in a competitive marketplace, command higher earnings throughout your career, and prepare you to be a leader in your community.
Whether you are a full- or part-time student, or taking a course for professional development, you have access to a traditional university experience on a metropolitan campus with nationally recognized faculty and accredited curriculum.
The UNO Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is available through Public Safety. The report is required by federal law and contains policy statements and crime statistics for UNO. The report includes policies, procedures, and programs concerning safety and security. You may request a paper copy from UNO Public Safety in 100 Eppley Administration Building, or by calling 402.554.2648. For additional resources, visit Student Safety.
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