We invite you to explore our campus and community, where we're hard at work enriching communities locally, nationally and globally through academic excellence.
As Nebraska's premier metropolitan university, the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) is committed to the needs of our community through teaching, research and service. Our students graduate ready to contribute to the workforce and the community.
With more than 200 majors and programs to choose from, it's easy to find your place at UNO.
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We invite you to check out for yourself what makes the University of Nebraska Omaha so special. Plan a visit and experience the warmth and hospitality of the UNO community.
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Meet the team that knows UNO inside and out. Ask them any and all questions about the University of Nebraska Omaha, our renowned city, and what your life could be like as a Maverick.
Will you attend UNO as a first-year, transfer, intercampus, non-degree or visiting student, or as an adult learner? The UNO Office of Undergraduate Admissions is here to assist you as you go through the application process and become a Maverick.
Are you considering UNO for graduate school? Our Graduate Studies office and the faculty in all of our programs are here to assist you as you decide on graduate school, and we are here to support you when you choose UNO.
Did you know UNO has students from more than 120 countries? If you want to attend UNO as an international student, the International Studies & Programs office is can help answer your questions.
We're excited that you're considering attending the University of Nebraska Omaha! Want to learn more about being a Maverick?
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