Creating an environment of inclusion takes more than organizations and support groups. It takes individuals open to learning more about others and themselves and creating a positive and accepting environment.
When there is an emergency on campus, the university website is updated as necessary with an emergency banner containing information about the incident or alert, and information regarding campus resources or services available to the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) community.
CAPS provides programs and services on campus that assist students in maximizing their potential while at UNO. Counseling services are confidential and all conducted by Licensed Mental Health Practitioners and a graduate student.
Health Services offers on-campus appointments with Board Certified Professionals. There is no charge for students to consult with the office staff, medical doctors, or nurse practitioners.
The IPC serves those who are injured in wellness programs and facilities. The IPC is a valuable resource to those who are recovering from injuries by providing answers to questions and concerns.
An open AA meeting is held each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12 P.M. in HPER 101 throughout the year. The meeting is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public. The meeting format is topic/discussion and all are welcome.
College Alcohol Profile
Students interested in seeing how their alcohol use compares to other UNO students can visit the College Alcohol Profile and complete the online tool. Average time to complete the tool is approximately 10 minutes. Any questions that may arise while taking the college alcohol profile (CAP) can be directed to Nate Bock or Mark Frillman at 402.554.2409.
The UNO Collegiate Recovery Community hopes to build a common and safe space for students in recovery from addiction to congregate, socialize, support one another, and build academic success.
Public Safety provides assistance to students 24 hours a day.
- Protect life and property
- Provide building and exterior patrols
- Investigate criminal offenses
- Control the University Access System
- Provide emergency first aid response for on on campus incidents
Blue Light Emergency Phones
Blue light emergency phones are located all over campus. Use the phone to report emergencies or to contact Public Safety for other assistance. Bluelight locations.
Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for monitoring compliance with environmental, health and safety programs intended to minimize or prevent injuries and illnesses on UNO's campus and to protect the quality of the surrounding environment.
The Office of Military and Veteran Services focuses on academic achievement, career attainment, financial health, and overall physical and mental wellness. Being a military, veteran, or dependent student at UNO is more than earning a degree, it’s supporting your future.
The Accessibility Services Center collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to all UNO programs and activities.
From community programs and learning communities to the bond that forms between neighbors and roommates, your housing experience is bound to be unforgettable.
The mission of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center is to foster and promote equity, access, and inclusion for all genders and sexualities through education, resources, advocacy, and activism.
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The University of Nebraska does not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment. Learn more about Equity, Access and Diversity.