Founded in 1908, the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) became the public Municipal University of Omaha in 1931. The university took its current name in 1968 after merging with the University of Nebraska.
The 503-acre campus has almost 12,000 undergraduate students. The Carnegie Foundation classified the University of Nebraska Omaha as a Doctoral Research University.
The University of Nebraska Omaha has partnerships with education, business, arts, government, and civic organizations.
The University of Nebraska Omaha offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in areas such as accounting, communication, engineering, business administration, and education. UNO also offers a variety of online degrees.
The most common majors consist of Business, Management, Marketing, Education, Biomedical and Biological Sciences, Journalism, Communication, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Homeland Security.
The University of Nebraska Omaha provides an array of clubs and organizations from social clubs to professional organizations.