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Accounts and Passwords
The NUID (Nebraska Unique Identification) is a unique 8 digit number assigned to all students, faculty and staff members during either admissions or hiring. This number remains the same across the University of Nebraska and Nebraska State College system. So if you have taken classes or worked at another University of Nebraska campus, or one of the state colleges, you may already have an NUID.
How can I get my NUID number and a password?
TrueYou Self-Service - the quickest and easiest way to look up your NUID and set your password.
The UNO NetID is your username and password for online services that are specific to UNO. Every student, faculty and staff member has a UNO NetID. Your NetID and all associated accounts are automatically generated upon enrollment of class, registration for orientation, or as part of the hiring process. It typically takes 2 to 3 days for accounts to be completely generated and accessible.
How can I get my NetID username and password?
You will need your NUID and password to look up your username and set your password.
Do you have instructions available in other languages?
Yes! In conjunction with International Studies and Programs, we have written and translated step by step instructions on how to setup your NUID, NetID and access gmav and Blackboard into the following languages:
You will need a PDF reader to open these instructions.
For more information on the NUID and NetID please visit Accounts & Passwords
Email and Blackboard
Information Technology Services supports a number of systems on campus; two of the most critical services are email and Blackboard.
- Office 365- Office 365 is the faculty and staff email system. It's powered by Office 365 by Microsoft. To login, you will need your NetID username and password. Login to Office 365
- Blackboard - Blackboard is the campus learning management system. Faculty use Blackboard to teach online courses and distribute information for on campus courses. To login, you will need your NetID username and password. Login to Blackboard
For more online services please visit my.unomaha.edu .
The Office of Digital Learning provides strategic direction to the campus for online and hybrid programs and courses, in addition to providing tier-two technology support for faculty. Digital Learning considers the areas of student support and preparedness for online learners, quality and instructional support for online instructors, and growth and process improvement for online initiatives at the institution. Working in close collaboration with UNO's Center for Faculty Excellence, the instructional designers in the Office of Digital Learning support UNO faculty in developing and re-envisioning the delivery of courses in online and blended formats. This team includes Jaci Lindburg, Joyce Crockett, and Erin King.
Whether you're a student, faculty, staff or a guest to our campus you can connect to the wireless network. Your computer or mobile device requires 802.11 wireless networking capability. If you are unsure of your the wireless device capabilities, review the device specification or contact ITS Technical Support. The campus wireless networks and their recommended access is listed in the chart below.
|Name||Recommended For||Available Access|
|UNOSecure||Anyone with a NetID||UNOSecure is the preferred wireless network since it's encrypted and secure. It functions in much the same way the wired campus network does. You will need your NetID to connect.|
|UNOGuest||Guests to the campus and anyone with a device that may not support WPA2 Enterprise connections||UNOGuest is restricted to primarily web and email traffic.|
|eduroam||Faculty, staff and students visiting from other member institutions.||Access is available to students, faculty and staff from participating Instutions. To check and see if your University is part of Eduroam please visit the website.|
For more information about the wireless network please visit: Networks & Connectivity
Information Technology Services has partnered with UNO colleges and departments to install and support over 180 classrooms, labs and auditoriums across campus with advanced technology products to enhance instruction. There rooms are commonly referred to as Hi-Tech rooms. Each room provides installed large format projection or display systems to display digital content of computer applications, web sites and DVDs.
For more information on Hi-Tech Classrooms, including locations please visit: Hi-Tech Classrooms.
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