• General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Number of Utrecht Network semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students).

    1 (working to regain a balance and then will accept more students)

    General University Website:

    http://unl.edu

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    http://educationabroad.unl.edu/incoming-exchange

    Contact person for incoming students:

    Haley French-Sloan, Education Abroad and Exchange Student Coordinator
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    1248 R St. Love South 110
    Lincoln, NE 68588-4107 USA
    Phone: 402-472-5358
    Fax: 402-472-5383
    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Contact person for outgoing students:

    Haley French-Sloan, Education Abroad and Exchange Student Coordinator
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln 
    1248 R St. Love South 110
    Lincoln, NE 68588-4107 USA
    Phone: 402-472-5358
    Fax: 402-472-5383
    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    http://educationabroad.unl.edu/application-process

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    Both undergraduate and graduate students will apply using the same process described on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Education Abroad website here: http://educationabroad.unl.edu/application-process

    Other important notes

    N/A

    Last updated

    3 February 2017

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Colleges of Agriculture (agricultural biochemistry, agricultural economics, agricultural education, agronomy, animal science, entomology, food science & technology, forestry, fisheries & wildlife, horticulture, integrated pest management, mechanized agriculture, natural resources, plant pathology); Architecture (architecture, community & regional planning); Arts and Sciences (anthropology, archaeology, biological sciences, chemistry, classics, comparative literature, economics, English, environmental health, French, geography, geology, German, global studies, history, Japanese, Latin American studies, mathematics, meteorology, philosophy, physics & astronomy, political science, psychology, recreation, Russian, sociology, Spanish, speech communication, speech, urban studies, Western European studies, women's studies); Business Administration AACSB (accounting, actuarial science, economics, finance, management, marketing); Engineering ABET (agricultural, chemical, civil, electrical, computer science, construction management, engineering mechanics, industrial & management systems, mechanical); Fine and Performing Arts (art, art history, dance, dramatic art, music, music education, theatre arts); Journalism (advertising, broadcasting, news editorial, general journalism); Education and Human Sciences (business, vocational, educational administration, educational psychology, history & philosophy of education, health, education & family resources, human development & the family, human nutrition & food service management, textiles, clothing & design.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Many of the same areas listed above are open to graduate students as well. Please contact the Coordinator listed above for more information if you wish to take graduate level courses.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    No

    Can graduate students take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    N/A

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Law, Dentistry, Medicine, Elementary and Secondary Education

    Websites for course offerings

    Website for undergraduate course offerings: http://bulletin.unl.edu/undergraduate/ (contains course descriptions; course offerings not known until after student applies). Website for gradute course offerings: http://www.unl.edu/gradstudies/bulletin (contains course descriptions; course offerings not known until after student applies)

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Required minimum for undergraduate students: 12 credit hours. Required minimum for graduate students: 9 credit hours. Maximum hours allowed per semester for undergraduate range from 17-20 depending which college (faculty) the student is enrolled in. Maximum hours allowed per semester for graduate students is 15.

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    In Advance

    Language Requirements

    English proficiency required, see below for requirements.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    English language proficiency is satisfied by an official score on the Test of English as a Second Language (TOEFL). A minimum TOEFL of 523 (paper) or 70 (Internet with 20 writing subscore) is required for undergraduate exchange students. A 550 (paper) or 79 (internet) is the minimum TOEFL score required for graduate exchange students with some departments requiring higher scores. University of Nebraska-Lincoln TOEFL code = 6877.
    Alternate proof of English proficiency: IELTS 6.0 composite (5.5 writing subscore).

    If English is a non-native language, the above requirements must be satisfied upon application/before admission

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Contact coordinator

    Indicate dates and costs

    N/A

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Students typically choose classes from the undergraduate and graduate bulletin. This is a complete listing of courses and not all courses are taught every semester. Please include a list of alternate courses. The exchange coordinator assists with registration. Students should be aware they are only able to take one online course per semester. Students should also be aware they are generally unable to take major Capstone courses - contact Coordinator for more information on which courses are Capstone courses.

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last updated

    3 February 2017

  • Dates

    Application deadline for each term

    Fall: May 1
    Spring: October 1

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Fall classes start: August 21, 2017
    Fall classes end: December 9, 2017
    Spring classes start: January 8, 2018
    Spring classes end: April 28, 2018

    Examination period(s)

    Examinations required.
    Fall: December 11-15, 2017
    Spring: April 30-May 4, 2018

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    No

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    International Student Orientation is mandatory. Website for international orientation: http://nse.unl.edu/international.aspx. Orientation occurs the week before classes begin each semester. There is no cost associated with orientation.

    Course registration deadline

    Registration begins upon acceptance by UNL. Registration concludes the end of the first week of classes

    Last updated

    3 February 2017

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in US Dollars

    (broken down below)

    2025.00 (TOTAL estimated cost for one semester exchange student is $10,304.00)

    Housing

    1115.00

    Meals

    Included in housing (7-day meal plan)

    Books

    110.00

    Local Transportation

    Included in other

    Health Insurance

    200.00

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    600.00 (laundry, transportation, extra meals/snacks, etc.)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes Comparable health insurance is allowed but the University Health Center must approve the coverage before waiving the required university health insurance.

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last Updated

    3 February 2017

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    On-campus housing is available and guaranteed for exchange students. Students will gain access to the housing application when they are admitted to the university. 

    Housing options

    UNL has various residence halls on campus including traditional, suite-style, and apartment-style options. 

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Housing website: http://housing.unl.edu/. Contact exchange Coordinator with questions about housing.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    The housing application is separate from the regular application. Students apply for housing online after they have been admitted to the university.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    The University Health Center is primarily a medical and dental clinic and a pharmacy but also includes physical therapy, radiology, nutrition and counseling.

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes Students must work with the International Student and Scholars Office to ensure compliance with immigration laws.

    Additional Notes

    Exchange students are required to arrive in Lincoln in time to attend international student orientation, which is typically held before the residence halls open for the semester. This means that students will need to arrange for early arrival if they want to stay in the residence halls prior to their official open date. Students will complete an early arrival check-in form on the housing portal to arrange early arrival. Early move-in is currently charged at a rate of $32.00 per night.

    Last Updated

    3 February 2017

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Oklahoma

    Number of Utrecht Network semesters you can accept during 2016/17 (not students):

    20

    General University Website:

    http://www.ou.edu

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    www.ou.edu/internationalexchange

    Contact person for incoming and outgoing students:

    Incoming: Katie Richardson, Exchange Student Coordinator  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

    729 Elm Avenue, Room 144, Norman OK  73019
    (p) 405-325-3337, (f) 405-325-0197

    Outgoing: Loy Macari, Senior Study Abroad Adviser  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

    729 Elm Avenue, Room 144, Norman OK  73019
    (p) 405-325-1693, (f) 405-325-7387

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    studyabroad.ou.edu (“Application Login”)

    The Exchange Student Coordinator creates applications based on nominations; students cannot create their own applications.  The Exchange Student Coordinator contacts nominated students via email, notifying them once an application has been created and providing them with detailed instructions on the application process.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    They have the same process.

    Other important notes

    All documents for the application process must be uploaded as electronic files through the online system before the student can be admitted in the main OU Admissions system. Original documents or hard copy applications will NOT be accepted, as our application process is conducted completely online.

    Last updated

    01/12/17

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    College of Architecture, College of Arts & Sciences, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, College of Business, College of Earth & Energy, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Fine Arts, College of Journalism & Mass Communication, College of International Studies, College of Law 

    There are many departments within each college at the University of Oklahoma.  More detail is available on this website.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes - all courses at the graduate-level must be approved by the department, regardless of the student’s level at his/her home institution. Additionally, no graduate-level coursework taken while on exchange at the University of Oklahoma may later be applied to a University of Oklahoma degree if the student returns to OU.

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    College of Architecture, College of Arts & Sciences, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, College of Earth & Energy, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Fine Arts, College of Journalism & Mass Communication, College of International Studies, College of Law

    There are many departments within each college at the University of Oklahoma.  More detail is available on this website.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes - subject to departmental approval 

    Can graduate students take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    None

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Coursework offered at the OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City or the OU Tulsa campus

         --Ex: Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Telecommunications

    College of Continuing Education coursework

         --Ex: Aviation, Administrative Leadership, Liberal Studies, Criminal Justice

    College of Business coursework at the graduate level (numbered 5000 and above)

         --Ex: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing & Supply Chain Management, and Management Information Systems

    Department of Economics coursework at the graduate level (and some at the undergraduate level)

    Department of Energy Management

    Websites for course offerings

    classnav.ou.edu

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    All exchange students are considered “non-degree” (no undergraduate v. graduate distinction).
    Minimum: 12 OU credits
    Maximum: 15 OU credits

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    In Advance – Students should send course registration requests to the Exchange Student Coordinator who works on permissions and enrollment.  Full-time enrollment cannot be guaranteed in advance and may continue upon arrival.

    Upon Arrival – Students may also register for courses after arrival, as they have the first two weeks of the semester to finalize their schedule.

    Language Requirements

    iBT TOEFL:
    Undergraduate coursework: 61, Graduate coursework: 79, College of Law: 90

    IELTS:
    Undergraduate coursework: 6.0, Graduate coursework: 6.5, College of Law: 7.0

    On a case-by-case basis, this requirement can be waived by the Exchange Student Coordinator if the student comes from a university with sufficient English classes.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    International TOEFL or IELTS score required at the time of nomination – the certificate cannot be more than 2 years old from the time of intended study at OU.  For example, if the student wishes to participate on exchange in Fall 2017, the language score certificate must be from August 2015 or more recent.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    None

    Are there any special advising or registration concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    All course registration and enrollment is handled by the Exchange Student Coordinator.  Departmental restrictions are highlighted above, and course approvals are based upon prerequisite coursework and language ability.  All concerns about course availability and eligibility can be directed to the Exchange Student Coordinator.

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last updated

    03/20/17

  • Dates

    Application deadline for each term

    Deadline to nominate for Fall: 15 March
    Deadline to complete application for Fall: 15 April

    Deadline to nominate for Spring: 15 September
    Deadline to complete application for Spring: 10 October

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    http://www.ou.edu/admissions/academic_calendar

    Examination Period(s)

    Fall: mid December
    Spring: early May

    Examinations take place in the week following the last class session, according to the Academic Calendar above.

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January)

    There is no break between courses and exams.

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Students are asked to arrive to campus one week prior to the first day of classes.

    The New International Student Orientation (NISO) experience includes four components:
    1)    a pre-departure Mandatory Internet Orientation, covering topics in immigration, healthy and safety, and academic and social integrity
    2)    Airport Transport where students are greeted by OU students and staff at the airport and shuttled to campus
    3)    an ISS Arrival Appointment where students report to the International Student Services office to complete immigration-related tasks
    4)    Crimson Connection, a required, in-person orientation on campus where students are introduced to various aspects of OU and get to meet fellow international students

    The NISO Experience is mandatory; students are charged $200 for the NISO Experience in their first semester on campus.  Crimson Connection takes place on Wednesday before classes in Fall and on Thursday before classes in Spring.

    Course registration deadline

    Students may request courses prior to arrival, but full course registration is not guaranteed until the second week of classes.  All effort is made to enroll students prior to arrival, but students should be flexible and should expect changes.

    Last updated

    01/12/17

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in US Dollars

    (broken down below)

    Housing

    $2400 per semester for Traditions Square, $1200 per semester for Kraettli (paid by semester prior to arrival)

    Meals

    Meal plans (optional): $263 for block plan of 25 meals

    Regular grocery expenses: $400-600 per month, depending on student needs

    Books

    $250-500 per semester

    Local Transportation

    $25-50 (free university bus system)

    Health Insurance

    Approximately $550-700 per semester

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    It is recommend that students bring $300-500 per month for personal expenses.


    $20 SoonerCard ID
    $75 International Maintenance Student Fee (each semester)
    $50 Exchange Student Program Fee (each semester)

    Students must be prepared to show bank statements in support of the Form DS-2019 immigration document.  Students must demonstrate access to $7500 US if staying for one semester or $13,000 US if staying for one year.

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes – In order to waive the OU Student Health Plan insurance, the student’s home insurance must meet the strict criteria outlined on the Human Resources Offices: http://hr.ou.edu/Students/Student-GA-Health-Insurance/Norman#4175145-international-students   The application to waive coverage is completed online after arrival; all documentation must be in English.

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last Updated

    01/12/17

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes – Housing contracts are created based on the preference indicated by the student in his/her program application.  The students will then be contacted by the Housing Office to complete their contract and their rent payment. While OU cannot guarantee on-campus housing for all exchange students, every effort will be made to house exchange students on campus who meet the deadlines communicated to them by the Exchange Student Coordinator.

    Off-campus housing is available, but this is not facilitated through the International Student Services Office.  Off-campus housing options are generally only feasible for exchange students planning to study at the University of Oklahoma for a full academic year.

    Housing options

    Traditions Square (apartments)
    Kraettli Complex (apartments)
    Off-campus

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    housing.ou.edu 
    Luis Salvatierra, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    The housing application is separate, but it is managed through the Exchange Student Coordinator once initial applications are approved online.  The housing application deadline is specified in email correspondence with the students.  Payment is required at the time of contract completion.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    Goddard Health Center, goddard.ou.edu or ou.edu/healthservices

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    No

    Additional Notes

    Oklahoma state law requires that all students who enroll as a full-time or part-time student in an Oklahoma public or private postsecondary institution provide documentation of vaccinations against Hepatitis B (three doses) and measles, mumps and rubella (MMR - two doses).  The University of Oklahoma policy requires students who hold US visas to provide evidence of having been tested for Tuberculosis within six months prior to attending classes for the first time; this can also be completed for free upon arrival.

    Last Updated

    01/12/17

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Nebraska at Omaha

    Number of Utrecht Network semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students):

    10

    General University Website:

    http://www.unomaha.edu/

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    http://world.unomaha.edu/

    Contact person for incoming and outgoing students:

    Emily Hassenstab
    Manager of Education Abroad and Global Partnerships
    6001 Dodge St., ASH 220B
    Omaha, NE 68182
    phone 1-402-554-2293, fax 1-402-554-2949
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Nominated students will receive a detailed e-mail regarding the application procedure.  Application materials can be found at: http://world.unomaha.edu/admissions/.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    Graduate admission usually takes 4-8 weeks after all documents received for admission decision on average and additional documents may be required. Undergraduate admissions are able to be processed more quickly and will have fewer requirements. International Admissions will guide students through this process.

    Other important notes

    N/A

    Last updated

    01/12/17

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Area Studies, Biology, Business, Communication, Computer and Information Sciences, Education, Engineering, Foreign Languages and Literature, Health Sciences, English Language and Literature, History, Social Work, International Studies, Law, Criminal Justice, Library and Information Science, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Physical Sciences, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Psychology, Social Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts, Sports Studies

    http://www.unomaha.edu/academics/majors-and-programs/

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes, pending approval from graduate college and department. 

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    http://www.unomaha.edu/academics/graduate-education/ 
    Psychology unavailable.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    No

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    Psychology (graduate level)

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Architecture, Psychology (graduate), and Interior Design. Education courses are limited.

    Websites for course offerings

    https://mavlink.nebraska.edu/psp/mavlink/NBO/HRMS/?cmd=logout

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    12-15 credits, undergraduate
    9-15 credits, graduate (9-12 hours recommended)

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    In Advance 

    Language Requirements

    English language proficiency required.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    Before admission.
    Undergraduate Students:  61 IBT, 500 TOEFL or 6 IELTS
    Graduate Students:  varies by program

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    ILUNO (Eight week intensive language program)  http://world.unomaha.edu/iluno/index.php 
    Tuition & Fee Cost for 8 week program $1,800/ Insurance $281
    Tuition & Fee Cost for 16 week program $3,600/ /Insurance $562
    Living Expenses: contact advisor for further details

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Students accepted to our program will receive assistance with course registration through the Study Abroad Office

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last updated

    01/12/17

  • Dates

    Application deadline for each term

    Fall 2017: May 15
    Spring 2018: November 15
    *Late applications will be considered based on availability of housing and exchange openings. These deadlines are usually flexible. Nomination deadlines one month before application deadlines.

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Fall 2017: August 21 - December 15
    Spring 2018: January 8 - May 3

    International Student Orientation takes place during the week preceding semester start dates.

    Examination period(s)

    Fall 2017: December 11 - December 15
    Spring 2018: April 30 - May 3

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    No, there is no break.

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    International Student Orientations are held the week prior to the start of each new term. All new students are required to attend the orientation. Visit http://world.unomaha.edu/advising/getting_started.php for the most up to date orientation schedules.

    Course registration deadline

    Students should try to complete registration prior to arrival if possible as courses fill quickly. Course registration must be complete prior to the first day of classes.

    Last updated

    01/12/17

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in US Dollars

    (broken down below)

    Housing

    (approx.) $600 per month ($3396/semester)

    Combined room & board estimated at $4458.00 for a semester.

    Meals

    (depending on habits, approx.) $400 per month, kitchen available in student housing.

    Books

    (approx.) $500 per term

    Local Transportation

    (approx.) $100 per month

    Health Insurance

    (approx.) $850 per term

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Personal expenses (approx.) $1815.00

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes, all health insurance must be approved by UNO Student Health Services during Orientation Week.

    Beginning January 1, 2017, all UNO international students will be required to be enrolled in the StudentBlue Health and Dental Insurance plan. Waivers will only be reviewed for students who have an active financial guarantee or have a US based employer plan. Students who are eligible to waive coverage under the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) must submit a waiver application and all required documentation by the Waiver Deadline Date. Any student who is covered under a health insurance plan that does not meet all of the applicable requirements will not be allowed to waive out of SHIP.

    Additional Notes

    N/A

    Last Updated

    01/12/17

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes, all students are required to live in on-campus, apartment style housing and receive application information via email from the Manager of Education Abroad or International Student Advisors.

    Housing options

    On-Campus Housing: University Village

    (Homestay options are available on a limited basis)

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    http://universityvillage.unomaha.edu/
    Trent Fredricksen, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    Housing applications can be completed via MavLINK once the student has completed the UNO admissions process.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    UNO has a full service health center which includes robust personal fitness options, student health, and counseling services.

    http://studenthealth.unomaha.edu/index.php; http://www.unomaha.edu/student-life/wellness/index.php
    Student Health Services (Full time registered nursing staff, part time doctor on staff)
    University Counseling Services (personal, academic, career)
    University Gymnasium (track, weightlifting, pool, group fitness)

    Are internships available?

    Yes, under the provisions for J1 visa requirements for "Academic Training." In past years, Utrecht Network students have had success at finding their own internship placements. Students must consult with International Office if planning to participate in an internship.

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes, however the availability of student worker positions are very limited.

    Additional Notes

    Recommended UNO web page highlights:
    Enjoy the city of Omaha: www.omaha.com/ 
    Campus Recreation:  http://www.unomaha.edu/student-life/involvement/index.php r/ 
    Outdoor Venture Center: http://www.unomaha.edu/wwwocr/ovc/index.php

    Last Updated

    01/12/17