University of Nebraska Omaha
The University of Nebraska Omaha is located at 6001 Dodge St, Omaha, NE 68182
Their mascot is named Durango. They are the Omaha Mavericks.
They have a fight song composed by Dr. James Saker. Their colors are crimson and black.
A undergraduate resident pays $196.75, a non-resident pays $616.00, a MAP** pays $295.12, and audit pays $98.37.A graduate resident pays $245.25, a non-resident pays $685.00, MAP** pays$367.87, and audit pays $122.62.
Some housing places are the Maverick Village, the Scott Village, the Scott Court, the University Village, or you can get a 9 month contract in the Scott Hall, Scott Court or in the University Village. The Maverick Village includes: furniture rental, basic cable, electricity, data/internet service and unlimited laundry. For a 12 month contract Monthly:$570, Semi-annual:$6,660 ($3,330 each semester), and Annual:$6,480. Scott Village includes: furniture rental, basic cable, electricity, and data/internet service. For a 12 month contract Monthly:$515, Semi-annual:$6,060 ($3,030 each semester), Annual:$5,940. The Scott Court includes: furniturerental, basic cable, electricity, and data/internet service. For a 12 month contract Monthly:$545, Semi-annual:$6,420 ($3,210 each semester), Annual:$6,300.The University Village includes: furniture rental, basic cable, electricity, data/internet service and unlimited laundry. For a 12 month rental Monthly:$540, Semi-annual:$6,300 ($3,150 each semester), Annual:$6,120. For a 9 month contract in the Scott Hall is $8,750 (which includes a meal plan), Scott Court is $5,400 (semi only payment which is $2,700 each semester), and in the University Village it's $5,130 (semi only payment which is $2,565 each semester.
Meal Plan Rates for Scott Dining Hall are Unlimited Meal Plan: $1,399 per semester (begins the first day of class), Frequent Diner Plan (10 meals per week): $949 per semester (begins the first day of class), Prepaid 25-Meal Card: $180, Prepaid 50-Meal Card: $350, Prepaid 100-Meal Card: $650. Walk-In Pricing, Breakfast: $7, Lunch: $8, and Dinner: $9.
For men sports they have Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, and Tennis. For women sports they have Basketball, Golf, Swimming & Diving, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Cross Country, Track & Field, and Softball.
Some of the service clubs are:
American Humanics Student Association
Associated General Contractors- Student Chapter
Colleges Against Cancer
Kappa Kappa Psi – Kappa Iota Chapter
Police Cadet Academy
Student Orientation Leader Organization
Student Social Work Organization
Habitat for Humanity
In 2011 there were 14,712 students enrolled at the University of Nebraska Omaha
To gain admission to UNO, applicants must complete the core course requirement AND one of the performance requirements. There are 16 units of required academic courses required for admission to the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). A unit is equal to one year of high school study or a semester or quarter of college coursework. You need 4 units in English, 3 in Mathematics, 3 in Social Studies, 3 in Natural science, 2 in Foreign Language, and 1 in Additional Academic Requirement. You have to meet one of the performance requirements which are the following:
Some facilities are Climbing Wall, Counseling Center, Dance Lab, 2 Double,Gymnasiums (East & West), Elevated Jogging Track, Fitness Areas(North & South), Golf & Archery Lab, Health Services, Indoor Spa, Men's & Women's Locker Room, Injury Prevention & Care (IPC)
, MAC Court, Massage Room, MavRec Cafe, Multipurpose Rooms, Outdoor Venture Center (OVC), Pool, Spinning Room, and Racquetball/Squash Courts.