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Find out more about the characteristics of students who attend UNO.
See how many students applied, accepted, and enrolled at UNO. Learn more about students’ high school preparation and test scores.
Learn about costs to attend UNO and how much financial aid is typically awarded.
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Learn more about professors, where students live, and campus safety at UNO.
Discover ways to be actively involved in your education at UNO – inside and outside the classroom.
See which majors are most popular at UNO and what recent graduates plan to do after earning their bachelor's degree.
Discover how many students who start at UNO finish their bachelor's degree and how long it takes.
Figure out what learning gains to expect in critical thinking, writing, and other important subjects at UNO.
|Students per Faculty||18 to 1|
|Undergraduate classes with fewer than 30 students||62%|
|Undergraduate classes with fewer than 50 students||88%|
|Total Full-Time Instructional Faculty||478|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Are Female||43%|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Are Persons of Color||19%|
|% of Full-Time Instructional Faculty Who Have the Highest Academic Degree Offered in Their Field of Study||85%|
31% of new freshmen live in campus-based housing or residence halls.
13% of all undergraduates live on campus
UNO Campus Security provides services free of charge; escorts on campus, vehicle assistance, operation identification, blue emergency telephones and personal safety checks. Officers are trained in Basic First Aid, CPR and the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). Campus emergency planning is routinely reviewed with the Omaha Police Department for campus readiness and clear communication in the event of an emergency. Text-messaging to cell phones and e-mail accounts provides efficient campus emergency notifications, weather warnings, or other advisories.
The Carnegie Classification's were created "to reference the great diversity of colleges and universities in the United States, and ... enable [people] to identify groups of roughly comparable institutions." For information on the Carnegie Classifications system, please visit their website: http://classifications.carnegiefoundation.org/