Wondering when you can enroll for classes?
Currently enrolled students who do not have any enrollment holds are eligible to participate in early enrollment. Early enrollment times are based on the number of credit hours earned. Please note, UNO Intercampus students must turn in an Intercampus form to the Office of Admissions each semester. Early enrollment periods are as follows:
Your specific enrollment date and enrollment holds information is available by logging on to MavLINK. The system will not allow you to enroll prior to your scheduled time.
Requirements for a course can be found at the back of these catalogs under course descriptions. Any questions about prerequisites or about obtaining permission should be directed to your academic advisor.
Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.554.2393.
Record-Breaking Fall Semester
The Fall 2013 semester was a record breaking for UNO enrollment as the largest incoming undergraduate class in history enrolled in classes for the semester. Across all grade levels, including transfer students, UNO added 3,251 students and increased its overall enrollment by 3 percent to 15,227.
“I believe we have exceeded even our own lofty expectations,” said Chancellor John Christensen. “The quality of education these 15,000-plus enrollees will have as UNO students is second only to the quality of accomplishments they will have as UNO alumni. The impact of earning a bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree will give these UNO students an edge in a very competitive job market.”
In addition to the largest incoming class, UNO made major strides in important areas like graduate students, which increased 9.1 percent to 2,892 enrollees; international students, which increased 4.3 percent to 732 enrollees; and nonresident students, which increased 4.1 percent to 1,928 total enrollees.
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