Saturday, March 30
2425 S. 67th Street
9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Doors open at 8 A.M.
Visit the academic colleges to explore different majors and minors that you’re interested in studying at UNO. You’ll meet current students, faculty, and advisors who can give you an idea of what it’s like to be a Maverick.
Visit two or more colleges and enter a raffle to win a laptop or one of three $100 book vouchers!
In the afternoon:
Learn more about student involvement and support services at UNO through informational sessions, panels, and open houses in the Milo Bail Student Center, along with campus and housing tours.
8 – 9 A.M. |Baxter Arena
Baxter Arena Tours
8 – 10 A.M. | Baxter Arena
Behind the scenes tour of Baxter Arena leaving from the main floor of the arena at 8, 8:15, 8:30, 8:45, 10 A.M.
Come see what goes on behind the scenes at Baxter Arena. Tour will include an inside look at the locker room and training facility.
9 – 9:45 A.M. | Baxter Arena
Official kick-off of 2019 Admitted Student Day
Hear from UNO students, faculty, and staff and get excited to start your journey as a Maverick. The UNO team store “Maverick Locker Room” will be open and the UNO Hockey team will be conducting tours of Baxter Arena.
Shuttles to Campus
9:45 – 10:30 A.M. | Baxter Arena
Complimentary shuttles will provide transportation to activities on all three UNO campuses and will continue to run throughout the day
10:30 A.M. – 1 P.M. | Various Locations
Jump on the shuttles and check out what each college has planned for the day!
Learn more about each college and where their activities take place:
- College of Arts and Sciences (Milo Bail Student Center)
- College of Business Administration (Mammel Hall)
- College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media (Library)
- College of Education (Health and Kinesiology Building and Roskens Hall)
- College of Engineering (Peter Kiewit Insitute)
- College of Information Science & Technology (Peter Kiewit Insitute)
- College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS Building)
12:30 – 2:30 P.M. | Milo Bail Student Center Food Court or Scott Café
Getting hungry? Swing by the Milo Bail Student Center to grab your choice of a hamburger, chicken sandwich, or veggie burger. Or, stop by UNO's traditional dining hall at Scott Cafe to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet
Maverick Admissions Express Check Out Stations
1 – 3 P.M. | Maverick Landing, University Village Clubhouse, Milo Bail Student Center
Show your buttons to be entered in the raffle for a laptop or $100 book voucher! You can also:
- Check your MavLINK To-Do List
- Pay your enrollment deposit
- Request to change your major
- Turn in your College of Arts and Sciences Passport
1 – 1:30 P.M. & 2 – 2:30 P.M. | Milo Bail Student Center
A Sweet Finish: Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Info Session (MBSC 22)
You’re on campus supporting your student who’s been admitted to UNO, so it’s the perfect time for you to explore a degree completion option for yourself! Join us for dessert, coffee and a short presentation about how the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies degree program CAN fit your life. Let us help you get to the finish line
UNMC Student Panel (MBSC 304)
Hear from current University of Nebraska Medical Center students about their transition from UNO.
1:30 – 2 P.M. & 2:30 – 3 P.M. |Milo Bail Student Center
Susan Buffett Scholarship Info Session for Applicants (MBSC 302)
Did you apply for the Susan Buffett Scholarship? Come and learn more about the next steps in the process.
Exploring Majors and Minors with Academic and Career Development Center (MBSC 201)
Not quite sure what you want to study? Looking at adding a double major or a minor? Connect with the brains behind the Academic and Career Development Center to learn how to make the most out of your time here at UNO.
2 – 3 P.M. | Milo Bail Student Center
Success Academy Info Session for Students and Families (MBSC 207)
Exclusive to only those students who have been accepted into the Success Academy.
New Student Resources
1 – 3 P.M. | Milo Bail Student Center
Bachelors of Multidisciplinary Studies Info Booth | MBSC Atrium
The flexible Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies (BMS) program allows you to design an individualized program of study that connects what you’ve already done with what you’re preparing to do. Whether you attend part-time, full-time, online, or on campus, our dedicated advisors work with you to create a program that fits your life.
Office of Financial Support and Scholarships Open House | MBSC 30
Questions about the FAFSA, paying for college, scholarships, loans, grants, etc.? Come ask the experts and receive one-on-one advice.
Orientation Checkpoint | MBSC Atrium
Sign up for your Enrollment Day.
Air Force ROTC
The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is an educational program designed to give men and women the opportunity to become Air Force officers while completing their degrees. Stop by to learn how this program is designed to prepare you to assume positions of increasing responsibility and importance in the modern Air Force.
Come learn how you can receive world class leadership instruction and training from the Cadre of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Creighton University. These partnerships allow Cadets to pursue the best academic plan for their needs while ensuring they meet all the requirements for commissioning as an Army Officer
Studying abroad is one of the best investments that you can make for your future. It gives you the opportunity to explore new locations and ideas, broaden your perspectives and grow both academically and personally. With more than 1,000 options to choose from, there’s a study abroad program that’s right for you.
Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
Did you know that UNO is #1 in Nebraska for LGBTQ students? Explore how the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center fosters and promotes equity, access, and inclusion for all genders and sexualities through education, resources, advocacy, and activism.
Questions about transfer credit, grades, class standing, enrolling in classes, etc.? Stop by our booth. We’re here to help!
St. John Paul II Newman (JPII Newman) Center is a place where a UNO student's spiritual, residential, and social life come together. Located at 71st and Pacific Streets (1221 S. 71st St.), the 100,000 square foot facility is made up of three primary spaces: an oratory, community areas, and apartment-style housing. Come chat with us!
1 – 3 P.M. | Leaves from Maverick Landing
Locations | Maverick Village, University Village, Scott Village, Scott Court, Scott Hall, Scott Crossing
Check out your new home on campus with a tour of UNO’s residence halls.
1 – 3 P.M. | Leaves from Criss Library
It's time to start planning what you’ll need for your residence hall room. Come catch the shuttle and check out our model units to get some ideas!
Campus Walking Tours
Take a stroll through campus with one of UNO's finest student Ambassadors.
Opportunities to Get Involved
1 – 3 P.M. | Milo Bail Student Center
Student Involvement Hub | Student Involvement Office (MBSC 113)
Enrich your college experience by getting involved! Come chat with representatives from Student Government, Maverick Productions, Greek Life, Dance Marathon, and more!
Multicultural Affairs Open House | Multicultural Affairs Office (MBSC 112)
Come stop by the office of Multicultural Affairs and learn about the inclusive initiatives happing across campus.
Mavs with the Military | Military and Veterans Service Office (MBSC 117)
Are you a military affiliated student? Be sure to stop by the Office of Military and Veteran Services to learn about your benefits package and other resources available to you as a student.
The open house starts in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom (207) at 10:30 A.M. where students will receive a special passport to keep track of the different College of Arts and Sciences programs they explore. Visit with students, faculty, and staff across Allwine Hall, Arts and Sciences Hall, and Durham Science Center. Turn in your passport at any of the Maverick Admissions Express Check Out Stations to claim your prize!
Experience all that the College of Business Administration has to offer. We'll be offering a breakfast social (10:00 – 10:30 A.M.) followed by a Dean's welcome (10:30 – 10:50 A.M.), student panel (11 A.M. – 12 P.M.), parent panel (12 – 12:30 P.M.), and behind the scenes tours of Mammel Hall (running from 10 A.M. – 12 P.M. every 15 minutes).
Hop off the shuttle, enter the library and explore the College of Communication, Fine Arts, and Media! From free arts events to scholarships for participation, this session will help you learn about the activities that are available to ALL UNO students, not just majors.
Sign up to learn more about opportunities to participate in music ensembles, theatre productions, MavRadio, MavForensics, and our amazing art and writing programs. Following a brief overview in the library, we will direct you to tour our buildings, meet the school directors, and learn how you can be part of the CFAM-ily!
Health and Kinesiology Building – The School of Health and Kinesiology will provide new students with the opportunity to learn more about our degrees, including public health, kinesiology, physical education, and athletic training. Faculty and current students will host tours of our labs and other facilities, as well as provide hands-on activities for participants.
Roskens Hall – In the RH Atrium guests will be able to chat with College of Education student groups and learn ways to get involved on campus and in their major.
- In the IDEAS Room (RH 412) students will create self-directed learning experiences through makerspaces with new Lego Mine Storms and so much more!
- In the UNO PLAY Lab (RH 408) the Early Childhood Inclusive Education program invites students and families to engage in hands-on early childhood learning experiences, meet professors, and learn about the different potential occupations graduates can enter with an Early Childhood and Inclusive Education (ECIE) degree and certification, and have questions answered regarding your interests.
- In the STEM Lab (RH 402) Omaha area elementary teachers will present their BODYMODELS posters, explain how they implemented biomechanics, and STEM curriculum into their own classrooms. UNO STEM faculty will be on hand to answer questions from visiting students.
- In RH 302 future Mavs will explore the COE Major Fair. Faculty representatives from the Teacher Education Department and Special Education and Communication Disorders Department will be present.
The College of Education offers more than 13 majors including both teaching and non-teaching majors including Speech-Language Pathology, Sign-Language Interpreting, Library Science, Pre-Athletic Training, Public Health, Kinesiology, Special Education K-6 and 7-12, Secondary Elementary Education and Elementary Education and so much more. In RH 304 participants will be able to chat with Academic Advisors while learning by playing Advising Bingo.
Looking to help, serve, and be a leader in your community? Then the College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS) is for you!
With many full degree programs along with a wide selection of minors and certificates, the College of Public Affairs and Community Service is here to help you build and serve your community. So, whether you are interested in one of our full degree programs or possibly just a minor to accompany any major at UNO, come check out CPACS today! We'll have a Q&A panel running from 10:30 – 11:30 A.M., and the rest of our programming will be open house style.
Degree Programs: Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Science in Aviation, Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management, Bachelor of Science in Social Work, Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Science in Gerontology. Minors: Aviation, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Fire Service Management, Gerontology, Nonprofit Management, Tribal Management and Emergency Service. Undergraduate Certificate Programs: Gerontology, Tribal Management, and Emergency Services.
Come hear from current students about their experiences in the College of Engineering. Get answers to questions about majors, our summer activities to help students transition into the college and what life is like as an Engineering major. Session will include a short presentation and question/answer session with current engineering students, 10:30 – 11:30 A.M. and 11:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
Want a lab tour of PKI? Stop in during your visit or before or after one of our info sessions to get an up-close look at the engineering labs in PKI. Lab tours will be led by current students. Find out what makes this place special!
You're invited to explore our innovative programs and take a tour of our multidisciplinary labs! Visit with current College of Information Science & Technology students and faculty, all while touring the amazing facilities at the Peter Kiewit Institute.
You can check out faculty and student lab demonstrations, visit with current students to learn about our student organizations, and tour the state-of-the-art facility. Happening at 10:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
About the University of Nebraska at Omaha
Located in one of America’s best cities to live, work and learn, the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is Nebraska’s premier metropolitan university. With more than 15,000 students enrolled in 200-plus programs of study, UNO is recognized nationally for its online education, graduate education, military friendliness and community engagement efforts. Founded in 1908, UNO has served learners of all backgrounds for more than 100 years and is dedicated to another century of excellence both in the classroom and in the community.