First Year Sign-Up
What to expect at First Year Student Orientation
Students admitted for spring 2018:
New Student Orientation for spring admits will be facilitated completely online via Canvas through an interactive presentation and quiz. This presentation will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. Following the interactive presentation, students must complete a short quiz consisting of content directly related to the interactive presentation in order to complete online Orientation.
Students admitted for summer or fall 2018:
New Student Orientation is a one-day experience with sessions offered throughout the summer. UNO Ambassadors will be your guides as faculty, staff, and students introduce you to life at UNO. This mandatory one-day experience will cover campus resources, academic expectations, and conclude with enrollment advising, where you will finalize your class schedule. Attending the entirety of your First Year Orientation is the beginning of a successful start at UNO.
How to Register for Orientation
1. In MavLINK, click the Undergrad Orientation Signup link. This can be found inside the Admissions drop down menu located on the left side of the home page.
2. The orientation registration form will pop-up in a separate window.
First Year Orientation Schedule (summer and fall admits only)
Checkin for First Year Orientation begins at 7:30am and runs until 9:00am in Mammel Hall.
Students are encouraged to attend our optional pre-orientation sessions taking place from 8:15-8:45am. Session offerings change daily and may include:
- Fraternity and Sorority Life
- Study Abroad
- Along with other areas of interest
Students will conclude their day with academic advising, which will end between 3:30 and 5:00pm
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