Academic Support & Student Success
Master Success is a program designed to assist recipients of the Isaacson Incentive Scholarship (IIS) and the R.H. "Rick" Davis Scholarship with the successful completion of a four-year degree.
Awarded to first-year students, the IIS is a renewable scholarship awarded in recognition of the academic achievement of talented students throughout the Omaha area. The Davis award, which is also renewable, recognizes the most academically talented underrepresented students in the state of Nebraska.
In an effort to meet the needs of our high-achieving scholarship recipients, Master Success program is geared toward helping participants set and achieve academic and professional goals. This program helps participants improve their overall academic performance by providing student-centered workshops designed to develop and maintain the skills and strategies necessary for the successful completion of a four-year degree.
The Master Success program assists participants in developing a healthy campus identity by engaging campus issues, organizations, and communities.
The Master Success program seeks out opportunities for participants to build an understanding of the diverse experiences of students from cultures different than their own. As a part of UNO’s celebration of diversity, the Master Success program encourages participants to develop mutually supportive relationships with underrepresented students.
To support a successful transition from the academic to the professional world, the Master Success program works one-on-one with its more advanced students to conduct in-depth career exploration, build resumes and professional networks, and identify rewarding internship and employment opportunities.
Click here to find additional information on the Davis Scholarship and the Isaacson Incentive Scholarship.
Academic & Career Development Center
Eppley Administration Building, 115
Career Advising Appointments
Monday through Friday
8:30 am-4:00 pm
Career Advising Walk-Ins
For quick career advising questions only.
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Math-Science Learning Center
Durham Science Center, 107
Monday–Thursday, 8:30 am–5:30 pm
Friday, 8:30 am–12 pm
Arts & Science Hall, 150
Monday through Thursday 9 am – 6 pm
Friday 9 am – 12 pm
Mammel Hall, 134-K
Monday–Thursday, 11 am – 2 pm
Library Satellite on the 2nd floor
Monday–Thursday, 1 pm – 4 pm
Saturday–Sunday, 1 pm – 4 pm
No appointment necessary.
Arts & Sciences Hall, 185
Please call to make an appointment.
Language Learning Center (SCOLA)
UNO Criss Library, 2nd floor
Our office designs and supervises various mentoring programs for UNO students. These programs can be staff led or peer-mentored. These programs provide growth and learning opportunities for students and help with the development academic and professional skills, but also interpersonal and social skills. Please contact our office for additional information on mentoring.
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