Academic Advising at UNO
We work closely with Academic Advisors across campus to ensure they are aware of particular needs associated with serving military-connected students. We encourage students to talk to their advisors regularly.
For more information about Academic Advising at UNO, contact the Academic and Career Development Center (ACDC).
UNO Academic Support Centers
UNO offers many excellent tutoring resources to help you find success throughout your collegiate experience. Using these services is as easy as making a phone call and setting up an appointment.
The Writing Center has three locations conveniently located across the Dodge and Scott Campuses:
- 150 Arts & Sciences Hall (ASH)
- Main Floor Criss Library
- 129 Mammel Hall (MH)
The Math-Science Learning Center (MLSC) offers peer tutoring, facilitated study groups, and additional resources.
The UNO Speech Center assists all UNO students, faculty, and staff in preparing oral presentations and/or incorporating them into their courses.
Don't know where to start with your research paper? Start by making an appointment with your librarian.
Librarians can help you:
- Find a research topic
- Make a research plan
- Search for scholarly books, articles, and other sources
- Properly cite your sources
The OMVS-partnered Librarian, Tammi Owens, is readily available to help students with and research and documentation questions.
Schedule an Appointment
Library services are available remotely! Students can book time with Tammi at libcal.unomaha.edu under the "Schedule an Appointment" box or by using the "Schedule an Appointment" button on the libguide: libguides.unomaha.edu/OMVS.
Contact Tammi at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
The Office of Military and Veteran Services honors the commitment our students make to completing their education. Upon graduation from UNO, students receive a red, white, and blue honor cord to wear at commencement if they are a veteran, active-duty military member, member of the Reserves, or National Guard.
Military family members receive a silver and blue honor cord to wear at commencement.