ILUNO Intensive English
Current ILUNO Students
ILUNO Student Handbook
Current and prospective students can learn more about the ILUNO program and the University of Nebraska at Omaha by reviewing our Student Handbook. The handbook is updated regularly to make sure the information is as up to date as possible. It contains information about the program courses, policies, and other important topics:
- ILUNO Attendance Policy
- Resource Statement: Where to go when you need help
- Course descriptions for each level and for electives
- Placement testing and orientation
- ILUNO Calendars with session dates and breaks
- Tuition refund information
- Information on grades and how to understand them
- Admissions information for undergraduate and graduate studies
- Campus resources
- Local transportation
- And more!
ILUNO Student Forms
The handbook describes different forms that ILUNO students can use. See the handbook for information about how to use each form. They are available online here and at the front desk in the International Programs office in Arts and Sciences (ASH) 241:ILUNO Formal Student Grievance Form
Grade Appeal Form
ILUNO Unexcused Absence Form and Vacation Session Request
ILUNO Resources: Where can I go if I need help?
For academic (class) help, talk to your teachers. They might also have you talk with the Intensive English director in the International Programs Office (ASH 241).
For other help, talk to the International Advisors in the International Programs Office (ASH 241). They’ve had many years of experience helping students from around the world. If you have a problem or a question, just ask! They can help with issues like:
- Visa/I-20/passport/travel matters- All issues concerning Immigration regulations
- Attendance (Talk to advisors about personal problems that keep you from going to class)
- Housing concerns (on or off campus)
- Legal problems (for referrals)
- Medical problems
- Personal or Adjustment problems
Cultural Note: Be sure to make an appointment (a meeting) with your teachers, the Director, and the International Advisors. Please remember, whenever you make an appointment, you need to go to your appointment and arrive on time. If you are late or cannot go to the appointment, you should call or email to cancel it.
What to Do on Campus: ILUNO, International Programs, and UNO Activities
Don’t forget to check your UNO email for updates from ILUNO and International Programs about on-campus and campus-sponsored events! You can also look at the International Activity Calendar (Under Related Resources) on the Advising’s Getting Started page.
UNO Technology: Email and Blackboard
ILUNO students are required to use Blackboard, UNO’s learning management system, for many of their courses and for completing course evaluations at the end of each session. ILUNO students also set up their UNO email account at the beginning of their ILUNO program during orientation and should continue to check this email account for important updates and information on activities at UNO. You can find the links to access Blackboard and your gMAV accounts online at my.unomaha.edu. You can also find information on password assistance on this site as well, including how to look up your NUID and NetID and to reset your passwords.
New ILUNO Students
Make sure you read the information on Getting Started in ILUNO. If you have any questions, call 1.402.554.2293 or stop by Arts & Sciences Hall 241 to make an appointment.
Attending class is important for language learning and academic advancement. Missing many classes may result in dismissal from ILUNO, complicating a student's immigration status and financial aid. Please review the following attendance policy. Contact your advisor if you have questions or if you have problems that cause you to miss classes.
To read the ILUNO Attendance Policy, click on your language below:
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