Survey completion will let students be heard

As students, we want to know our voices are being heard on campus.
For 5,278 randomly selected freshmen and seniors, filling out a simple survey will make sure that happens.
Every three years, UNO has students take the National Survey of Student Engagement or NSSE.
The survey collects information about student participation in programs and activities provided for their learning and personal development.

UNO ranked top military friendly school for the fifth consecutive year

University of Nebraska at Omaha has officially been ranked by G.I. Jobs magazine and Victory Media as one of America's top military friendly schools. This is the fifth consecutive time UNO has been awarded such a high honor. The list of schools in the running was created from data from over 10,000 schools across the country that are approved for VA funding.

New program would offer different approach to campus communication

Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Dan Shipp, shared a new approach to university communication, OrgSync, with Student Government senators.

Nelson becomes UNO’s politician-in-residence

Beginning this semester, former  Sen. Ben Nelson will be partnering with UNO's Political Science department as the "Politician-in-Residence," holding lectures on foreign policy and assisting in teaching upper-division courses each semester.

UNO named top military friendly school for third consecutive year

The University of Nebraska Omaha has recently been named one of the top military friendly schools, according to G.I. Jobs magazine. This is the third year in a row UNO has made the list and has been placed in the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools.

New campus photographer advocates through his work

After years of following stories around the state for the Omaha World-Herald, Jeff Beiermann is thankful to be more stationary and more attached to his work. He was hired by UNO in November, replacing long-time photographer Tim Fitzgerald.

Chancellor: ‘great time to be a Maverick’

During  his  annual State-of-the-University address, University of Nebraska Omaha Chancellor John Christensen declared the current moment as the greatest for Mavericks.

Forensics sweeps first tournaments

When Vanessa Hatfield-Reeker, assistant director of UNO's Forensics team, isn't in class or making lesson plans, she's working on forensics.