Summer and Fall 2021 enrollment is currently open to everyone who does not have enrollment holds in MavLINK.
Not sure what classes you want to take? Don't worry, a full list of courses and their different modalities can be found online: View 2021 Course Listings.
Additional information about course offerings, including student resources and information about student fees, is available below:
In order to provide flexibility and options for all of our students, courses will be offered in four different course modalities, which will range from fully in-person and on campus to asynchronous online course offerings. Stay tuned for additional updates on summer and fall COVID-19 guidance.
- In-Person instruction: instructors and students attending synchronous classes on-campus, or, in the case of practica, field work, internships, service learning, or flight training, at community locations, subject to public health conditions. (001 sections)
- Remote instruction: instructors and students meet synchronously using digital technology (eg: Zoom) at the scheduled times according to the Registrar’s calendar. (820 sections)
- Hybrid instruction: a mix of in-person instruction and either remote or online instruction, with reduced contact time on campus. (860 sections)
- Online instruction: asynchronous instructor-student interactions using digital technology, with students able to interact with each other and the instructor at flexible hours. (850 sections)
When you are ready to enroll, make sure you check any holds or information you need to complete ahead of your available enrollment time through MavLINK. Your registration time and enrollment holds information can also be found on MavLINK. The system will not allow you to enroll prior to your scheduled time.
Work with your academic advisor to make sure the courses you want to take will keep you on track to graduate on target as well as on time. You can use our Class Search page to see what classes are available.
Students who have questions about which courses they should enroll in to meet the requirements for their program should work directly with an advisor within their respective programs.
As you explore which course modality is right for you, you may have questions about what fee changes may be involved with certain classes, or what certain fees cover as part of your UNO experience.
Information about UNO student fees can be found in this helpful explainer article.
The move to de-densified on-campus operations and a move to new course offerings during this time has made it more important than ever that you have access to campus resources, tools, and information that can make sure your time at UNO is a success.
From advising information, tutoring resources, technology support, and library services offered, the Keep Learning resource page is your one-stop shop for important campus information and updates.
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