The Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) programs are an important means for the
education of military officers and are offered as an option to all interested UNO
students. Through these ROTC programs, the student may earn appointment as a commissioned
officer while earning his or her degree. Hours of ROTC credit may be counted toward
graduation in accordance with policies and programs of the individual academic departments
AFROTC is a nationwide program that allows students to pursue commissions (become
officers) in the United States Air Force (USAF) while simultaneously attending college.
AFROTC classes are held on college campuses throughout the United States and Puerto
Rico; students can register through normal course registration processes.
AFROTC consists of four years of Aerospace Studies classes (Foundations of the USAF,
Evolution of USAF and Space Power, Air Force Leadership Studies, and National Security
Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty), and a corresponding Leadership Laboratory for
each year. Students apply leadership skills, demonstrate command and effective communication,
develop physical fitness and practice military customs and courtesies.
College students enrolled in the AFROTC program (known as "cadets") who successfully
complete both AFROTC training and college degree requirements will graduate and simultaneously
commission as Second Lieutenants in the Active Duty Air Force. If a student enrolls
in the program as a sophomore, the program can be completed in 3 years.
The AFROTC program is currently offered at Tulane University, but there is a crosstown
agreement that allows UNO students to enroll in AFROTC and become full-fledged cadet
participants. For more information on AFROTC course descriptions, please review ROTC programs or Tulane University Air Force ROTC, for more information on the AFROTC program.
The Air Force offers excellent scholarship opportunities in a wide variety of academic
majors. For additional information or to check scholarship eligibility, contact AFROTC
Detachment 320, Tulane University, at (504) 865-5394, firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit www.afrotc.com .
Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) is a comprehensive program of studies
through which a student can qualify to be commissioned as an officer in the United
States Army, the National Guard, or the United States Army Reserve. Students learn
leadership and management skills that will help in any profession in the civilian
world. The Army ROTC program consists of a two-year Basic Course, which is open to
freshmen and sophomores only, and a two-year Advanced Course. Non-scholarship students
participating in the first two years of ROTC do not incur an obligation to the U.S.
Army. A variety of Army ROTC scholarships are offered. These provide tuition assistance,
a flat rate for textbooks per semester of $450, and a per month stipend ($300-freshmen
$350-sophomores,- $450 juniors, $500 seniors, up to 10 months per year). Uniforms
and military science textbooks are issued without cost to students. Scholarship students
are also paid for the advanced leadership camp they must attend before commissioning.
Summer training is available for outstanding cadets. Potential training opportunities
include Basic Airborne School, Air Assault School, Mountain Warfare School, and others.
Admission to ROTC is conditional on meeting academic, physical, and age requirements
(30 or younger for scholarship and 33 or younger for non-scholarship) as well as the
approval of the Professor of Military Science. Physical training is an integral part
of the ROTC program. Future Army Officers are held to high standards of physical fitness
To be commissioned as an officer, a student must complete either the regular four-year
program, a three-year program (whereby the Basic Course is compressed into one year),
or a two-year program (requiring completion of the summer ROTC basic camp giving the
student credit for the Basic Course). Advanced placement for ROTC training may be
given to veterans and to students with previous ROTC experience. In addition to these
requirements a student must complete at least one course in the area of military history.
That course must be approved by the Professor of Military Science. A student's length
of commitment to the military will depend on whether they serve on active duty or
in the national guard or reserve, as well as the whether the student will receive
a scholarship. Contact Army ROTC at Tulane University, Army ROTC, 200 Broadway, Suite
132, New Orleans, LA 70118, 504- 865-5594 or 1-800-777-ARMY and by email at mailto:email@example.com
The University of New Orleans offers the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)
through a cross-enrollment agreement with the NROTC Unit at Tulane University. The
NROTC program offers students the opportunity to earn a commission in the Navy or
Marine Corps through four-year, three-year, and two-year scholarships, and through
the College Program.
NROTC scholarship students are selected annually on a nationwide competitive basis.
They receive four-year scholarships that cover full tuition, university fees, uniforms,
textbooks, and a monthly subsistence stipend. Scholarship students participate in
paid summer training periods and receive commissions in the Navy or Marine Corps as
Ensigns or Second Lieutenants upon graduation. New Ensigns have a minimum obligation
of five years on active duty after commissioning, whereas new Second Lieutenants must
serve four years.
For those individuals who were not selected for a scholarship during their senior
year of high school, the NROTC College Program offers another path to pursuing a commission.
Students are encouraged to apply for College Program prior to entering college, or
at any time during their freshman or sophomore years; students should apply directly
with the Tulane NROTC unit, and qualified applicants will be selected by the Professor
of Naval Science prior to each fall and spring semester. College Program students
compete for three-year and two-year NROTC scholarships, and they will undergo at least
one paid summer training period. College Program students are furnished uniforms,
Naval Science textbooks, and a subsistence stipend of $350-$400 per month during their
junior and senior years. These students also receive commissions in the Navy or Marine
Corps upon graduation.
Requests for additional information should be directed to the Tulane NROTC unit at
(504) 247-1607 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cooperative education is a federal program which integrates students' academic study
at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral level with paid, career related work experiences.
The program bridges the gap between the classroom experience and the business world
at large. The term "cooperative education" (co-op) reflects the relationship between
the educational institution and the employer, both of which provide students with
a complete and meaningful education. It should not be confused with other work experiences
such as internships, externships, or practicums. Co-op is unique because it is a structured
program, has specific work schedules, and must include paid work experience related
to the student's major field of study.
Students are accepted into the program by meeting certain requirements. Undergraduate
students must be full-time, have successfully completed 30 credit hours, have an overall
grade point average of 2.5, have a declared major, and be able to commit to the co-op
program for at least two semesters. Graduate students must be full-time, have an overall
grade point average of at least 3.0, be enrolled in the graduate school, and be able
to commit to the co-op program for at least two semesters. Once a student is determined
eligible, a match is made based on student career goals and employer needs. Employers
are encouraged to interview potential candidates and make decisions based on students'
goals and the type of work experience provided. Placement in the co-op program is
not guaranteed; therefore, students are encouraged to interview with many different
employers before accepting an offer.
Students will work one of two co-op schedules: parallel or alternating. On the parallel
schedule a student works between 15 and 30 hours per week, and attends school full
time. On the alternating schedule a student alternates semesters (including summers)
of full-time study with semesters of full-time work. Work eligibility is based on
employer evaluation and co-op coordinator decisions. The College overseeing the experience
reserves the right to remove a student from the program at any time.
Once students are selected to work with a participating co-op employer, they are required
to register for the appropriate co-op class. Though this class does not carry any
university credit, it is an important part of the program. The addition of this class
to a student's transcript is an immediate indicator to potential employers that the
applicant has performed relevant work in his or her chosen field of study. For more
information, contact Career Services at 504-280-6225, or visit http://www.career.uno.edu/.
The University of New Orleans Center for the Book
The mission of the University of New Orleans Center for the Book is to amplify the
intellectual culture and influence of the University, supporting the goals of UNO
as both a research institution and an urban university by publishing and disseminating
scholarship and works of literature.
The Center for the Book works to publish books around which foster intellectual conversations,
highlighting the scholarship and literature of the university and the region. In partnership
with The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, The Neighborhood Story Project, and the National
Jazz Historical Park, the UNO Center for the Book is planning to release commercially
viable and intellectually engaging books. The UNO Center for the Book is supported
by the University of New Orleans Foundation. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit http://unopress.org.
National Student Exchange
The University is a member of National Student Exchange (NSE) which provides opportunities
for students to study for up to one calendar year at another NSE member college or
university with non-resident fees waived. With nearly 190 universities from which
to choose, students should be able to find a campus with just the right combination
of courses, facilities, and environment to meet personal and academic needs and interests.
NSE extends beyond the borders of the United States to include U.S. territories as
well as Canadian provinces. Students must be at least sophomore level (30 credit hours)
with a minimum 2.5 GPA at the time of the exchange. Students meet with their UNO advisors
prior to the exchange to assure that all credit completed while on exchange will transfer
toward their UNO degree program. Information and applications for the exchange are
available in Room 124 of the Bicentennial Education Center. Additional information
concerning the NSE Program and all partner universities may be obtained at http://www.nse.org.
Division of International Education
The mission of the Division of International Education is to assist the University
in its continuing efforts to enlarge its global presence, and to contribute to global
understanding by developing and supporting opportunities worldwide for students, faculty,
staff, and the general public. The Division promotes summer study abroad, manages
international student exchange, oversees international admissions and eases entry
of international students into the University, serves international students and scholars,
and manages low-residency Study Abroad sites. The Division is the home to the Office
of International Study Programs, the International Student Exchange Programs, the
Office of International Students and Scholars, International Admissions, and the Intensive
English Language Program. Additional information can be obtained at http://inst.uno.edu or by contacting mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org 504-280-7116.
The Office of International Study Programs
This office currently offers 8 Programs of Study each summer in seven different countries.
The International Summer School in Innsbruck, Austria is UNO's flagship program. In
operation since 1976, this program annually enrolls 250 students from colleges and
universities throughout the United States along with 50 guest students from the University
of Innsbruck. Offering more than 50 courses, all taught in English in a multitude
of disciplines, this program is one of the largest American summer schools abroad
and, after forty years enjoys a reputation as one of the finest in Europe. In addition
to Innsbruck, opportunities are offered in Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, France,
Italy, Japan and Ireland. Summer programs regularly enroll both college students and
adults. Each program has a distinct personality. Program durations range from four
to six weeks and accommodations range from home-stays, to dormitories, to hotels.
For example, the program in Ireland is designed for writers, while the program in
Prague, Czech Republic has a heavy emphasis on photography and the arts. The program
in Costa Rica offers home-stays, Spanish language, and other classes that take advantage
of the rich landscape and bio-diversity of Central America.
The office also administers the Academic Year Abroad Program (AYA) at the University
of Innsbruck. Students are offered intensive study in the German language and Central
European history, economics, and politics in a spectacular Alpine setting. AYA students
are served by a resident academic director and take part in numerous activities and
field trips throughout their course of study. Additional information may be obtained
at http://inst.uno.edu or by contacting email@example.com or 504-280-7116.
International Student Exchange Programs
The International Student Exchange Programs (ISEP) administers bilateral student exchange
agreements with universities in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Costa Rica, the Czech
Republic, England, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Turkey.
Each year, a number of UNO students take part in exchanges on a semester or yearly
basis. Additional information may be obtained at http://inst.uno.edu/exchange, or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-280-6388.
The Office of International Students and Scholars
The University of New Orleans currently hosts around 650 international students, faculty,
and staff from about 75 countries. The Office of International Students and Scholars
provides comprehensive immigration advising, programming, and support services to
all international students, staff and faculty and their dependents. The Office works
with faculty and administrators to build friendship agreements with foreign universities,
and we assist international student organizations in planning programs such as International
Night and other cultural activities. Additional information may be obtained by visiting
http://oiss.uno.edu or contacting email@example.com or 504-280-6021.
The Intensive English Language Program
Foundation in 1995, the Intensive English Language Program (IELP) is a full-time,
non-credit, pre-academic program which fosters cross-cultural exchange by providing
English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction to both international and U.S. resident,
non-English speaking students in preparation for study at UNO and other U.S. universities
and colleges in the United States. IELP offers five 8-week sessions year-round with
20 hours of classroom instruction each week. Admission into the IELP does not guarantee
admission to UNO; however, the IELP is designed to provide a transition into the regular
university curriculum upon successful exit from the program of intensive study. The
IELP issues an I-20 visa document to eligible nationals who are admitted. Tuition
and fees include classroom instruction, orientation, special events and field trips,
and access to most campus facilities. Additional information may be obtained by visiting
http://ielp.uno.edu, or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-280-5530
International Admissions offers records evaluation and admission services to both
undergraduate and graduate international applicants. For more information contact
email@example.com or 504-280-7263.
Academic Common Market
The University of New Orleans is a participant in the Academic Common Market. A current
list of applicable programs listed in the Academic Common Market Inventory can be
found at http://www.sreb.org. Additional information may be obtained by visiting http://www.sreb.org/page/1304/academic_common_market.html
The Earl K. Long Library, situated in the heart of the campus, provides a wide array
of resources and services to support the learning and research needs of the campus
community. The four story building contains research collections, group and individual
study spaces, electronic classrooms, and computer facilities. Over 100 computers are
available in the 1st Floor Learning Commons, along with research and technical assistance.
Additional computer workstations are available on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The Library's
3rd floor Innovation Lab provides students the opportunity to create digital media projects
using high-end computers, motion capture technology and 3D printing. Students may
borrow a laptop from the Circulation Desk or bring their own to access the Library's
wireless network. The Library provides a variety of learning environments, including
collaborative, quiet, and silent study spaces for the UNO community and an electronic
classroom designed to encourage active learning. The first floor also houses a coffee
shop and the Privateer Enrollment Center (PEC), which addresses enrollment and student
service needs in one place. The Women's Center and the Honors Program are also housed
in the Library.
The Library's extensive collections and research tools provide in-depth support for
faculty and student research in the Library or from any computer 24/7. The Library
is a member of LOUIS, the Louisiana Library Network consortium, a 47 member consortium
which hosts its integrated library system and provides access to the holdings of 44-35
academic libraries around the state. The Library maintains thousands of current print
and electronic subscriptions, more than 180,000 electronic books, and a rich array
of research databases in all disciplines, with state-of-the-art discovery tools that
provide intuitive access to resources both in and outside the library. The Library
also a member of the Louisiana Digital Consortium and contributes digital collections
of library owned materials to the award-winning Louisiana Digital Library. The Library
also and showcases faculty and student research in its institutional repository at
The Library is a U.S. Federal Documents Depository and receives approximately 86%
of federal government publications, most of which can be checked out by UNO students
and faculty. The Louisiana and Special Collections Department contains specialized
materials related to Louisiana and New Orleans, as well as original archive and manuscript
collections, rare books, the UNO Authors Collection, and original copies of all University's
theses and dissertation on Louisiana topics. The Multimedia Collection provides material
in non-print formats such as microfilm and microfiche, VHS, DVDS, videos, DVDs, compact
disks, audiocassettes, and even vinyl recordings. The UNO Student Government funds
a collection of popular movies on DVD and a leisure reading collection which are available
for student check-out.
When the Library does not own materials needed by students and faculty, they can be
obtained from libraries around the state or around the world through the Interlibrary
Loan Service. The collection is also enhanced through reciprocal borrowing, whereby
graduate students and faculty can apply for a LALINC card to borrow materials directly
from other academic libraries in Louisiana.
Reference and research assistance is available in person, by phone, and through the
Library's website via email, chat, and other social media applications. Subject-specific
research help is available through the Library's LibGuides interface at http://libguides.uno.edu. Students are encouraged to make appointments with librarians for in-depth personal
research consultations. Faculty can request library instruction sessions tailored
to their course content to improve students' information literacy competencies and
disciplinary research skills. Librarians are also available to consult with students
and faculty about copyright, open access, and other scholarly communication issues.
The Library's website, at http://library.uno.edu, provides further information and links to library resources and services and is
accessible 24 hours per day. The Library may be reached by telephone at 504-280-6355.
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
The role of the university is to make a contribution to society in myriad ways in
which the academy is uniquely qualified, such as:
- Fundamental research to discover and understand our universe;
- Creative endeavors which frame our consciousness and underscore our humanity;
- Inventing technology in partnership with the private sector; and
- Partnerships with our communities to enhance them economically, socially, politically,
Within the University of New Orleans, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
(ORSP) strives to further these goals in several ways. ORSP has both a compliance
monitoring role as well as a service role to assist faculty in their acquisition of
external funds that further academic pursuits. The compliance role embodies the traditional
components of academic research which guarantee its higher level credibility; proper
ethics and protection of human subjects; proper animal care and use; scientific integrity;
financial integrity; and avoidance of conflicts of interest. The service component
of ORSP entails more of a partnership with the faculty in furthering their various
research agendas. Some of those components include: providing leadership to small
or large groups of faculty on projects requiring partnership with outside resources,
assistance in identifying funding sources, announcement of special competitions, assistance
and advice in proposal preparation, proposal submission and managing an award once
it is secured. All of these services are provided to insure that faculty has an overall
positive experience in their pursuit of external funding. Thus, the ORSP provides
a partnership role both externally and internally to the University, in numerous ways,
all toward the common goals of furthering UNO's overall research agenda and development
of a wide array of sponsored programs. Please call 504-280-6836 or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Office of Technology Management and Commercialization
Researchers and employees at the University of New Orleans develop discoveries that
are significant to academia, the business community and the public. Much of the knowledge
developed is disseminated through publications and papers. However, before any public
disclosure of your idea or invention is made, it must be protected if it has possible
commercial value. Otherwise, any income from your idea or invention cannot be assured.
Please note that in accordance with the UNO policy (AP-RE-03.2), you are required
to report inventions, discoveries, and other developments having possible commercial
value. Please do not hesitate to contact OTMC if you have any questions. Please call
504-280-3943 or email mailto:email@example.com for more information, or visit: http://www.uno.edu/otmc .
The University of New Orleans offers a number of programs that promote and support
student success from the first year through graduation.
First Year Advising (FYA)
First Year Advising is an advising program that assists incoming freshmen and transfer
students with less than 24 hours with advising needs. It is common for incoming students
to have questions regarding a major, class schedules, and registration. Incoming freshmen
and incoming transfer students with less than 30 hours will meet with the First Year
Advising staff members for academic advising sessions. FYA assists students throughout
their first year at UNO to ensure they progress on the right academic track. To find
the appropriate First Year Advisor, please visit: http://www.uno.edu/first-year-advising/advisors.aspx
First Year Experience (FYE)
The first year of college can be exciting, stressful, and fun; however, the first
year can often be the most challenging. First Year Experience (FYE), in the Office
of Enrollment Services, is a unit staffed by full time professionals whom assist first
year students with their transition to college. FYE provides a broad network of support
services and programs that address the academic, personal, and social needs of our
first year students and
promote student success. In addition, they provide outreach and necessary interventions
to students who are experiencing academic and social difficulties. For more information
regarding their services and programs, please visit http://www.uno.edu/fye or contact
Learning Resource Center (LRC)
The Learning Resource Center provides information about all departmental tutoring
offered each semester on campus. All tutoring services and resources are free and
available to all UNO students. The LRC houses the Writing Center and a 23-station
computer lab for all students to utilize. The LRC is located in Liberal Arts 334.
For more information, please visit http://www.uno.edu/lrc or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-280-7054.
New Student Orientation (NSO)
New Student Orientation is an informative campus program for all new freshmen, transfer,
and adult students. The program, sponsored by the Office of Enrollment Services, is
designed to help ease new students' adjustment to the University of New Orleans. The
program addresses new student concerns and questions and provides a comfortable and
satisfying transition to university life. The program allows new students to register
for classes. The freshman program now includes an overnight component, allowing incoming
students the opportunity to experience on campus living. For more information, please
visit http://www.uno.edu/nso ,or contact email@example.com or 504-280-5458.
Orleans-Jefferson Educational Talent Search Program (OJETS)
OJETS is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education. OJETS provides
specific services and activities to participants from the target area of Orleans and
Jefferson Parishes. The program's mission is to serve young people in grades 7-12.
This intervention program helps individuals from low income and potential first generation
student's families to better understand their educational opportunities and options.
OJETS identifies qualified youth with potential for education at the postsecondary
level and encourages them to complete secondary school; OJETS assists eligible participants
to enter a program of postsecondary education; and OJETS encourages persons who have
not completed education programs at the secondary and postsecondary level to re-enter
these programs. In addition to motivation, vocation, social and personal counseling,
participants receive information about college admissions requirements, scholarships,
and various student financial aid programs. For more information, please contact the
UNO Associate Director for OJETS at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-280-5560.
Privateer Enrollment Center (PEC)
The Privateer Enrollment Center was opened in July 2013 and is located in the heart
of the campus in the Earl K. Long Library. The Center offers knowledgeable staff
who welcome and assist students in all areas of enrollment services including Admissions
(Graduate and Undergraduate), Financial Aid, New Student Orientation, First Year Experience,
First Year Advising, Registrar's Office and Veterans Affairs. The PEC is designed
to expedite the enrollment process as well as facilitate a successful first year for
all students. For example, students will receive their first introduction to UNO in
the state of the art Privateer Pride Room for a campus tour, submit documents for
admission, receive federal financial aid counseling or student success coaching, meet
enthusiastic and welcoming orientation leaders, learn what courses to select or about
ways to get involved on campus, inquire about veterans benefits, or obtain their photo
identification. The PEC is the place to visit for students to be connected to resources
related to their academic, personal, and professional goals. It is also the location
of Centralized Enrollment Services each semester. Additional services during those
times will include representatives from the Office of the Bursar, UNO Federal Credit
Union, Campus Dining, Student Health Services, University Police for parking passes,
and the University Computing Center's Help Desk.
After first contact with students, they are connected to services by Alpha Teams. For
example, if a student's last name begins with B, then this student has a specific
member of the UNO staff from each department devoted to them from the A-D team. Each
team consists of an admissions counselor, a financial aid counselor, a financial aid
validator, a reception services assistant, an academic advisor and a student success
counselor for first year students. For more information, please visit www.uno.edu/pec, or contact email@example.com or call 504-280-6595.
Project Access: Educational Talent Search Program (ACCESS)
ACCESS is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education. ACCESS provides
specific services and activities to participants from the target areas of Jefferson
and Orleans Parishes. The program's mission is to serve young people with disabilities,
ages 11 to 27. This early intervention program helps individuals from low income and
potential first generation student's families to better understand their educational
opportunities and options. ACCESS identifies qualified youth with potential for education
at the postsecondary level; encourages them to complete secondary school; assists
eligible participants to enter a program of postsecondary education; and encourages
persons who have not completed education programs at the secondary and postsecondary
level to re-enter these programs. In addition to counseling, participants receive
information about disability accommodations, college admissions requirements, scholarships,
and various student financial aid programs. For more information, please contact the
UNO Associate Director for Project ACCESS at firstname.lastname@example.org 504-280-7425.
Project PASS: Upward Bound (PASS)
PASS is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education. PASS provides specific
services and activities to participants (including students with disabilities) from
Eleanor McMain High School, McDonough # 35 High School, and the target area of Orleans
Parish. The program's mission is to help students, in grades 9 through 12, who are
on a diploma track to complete high school, to enter a postsecondary education program
potential first generation student's families to better understand their educational
opportunities and options. Participants receive instruction through a variety of modalities
including collaborative learning and computer assisted instruction (with state of
the art laptops and iPADs). Instruction is provided in language arts, literature,
composition, mathematics, sciences, and guidance and counseling on the University
of New Orleans campus. Instruction is offered on alternate Saturdays with weekly tutoring
in all subjects at McMain and McDonough #35. During the summer, the same subjects
are taught with the addition of foreign language through a thematic approach. Summer
program students participate in weekly field trips where they visit college campuses
and/or participate in community service activities which earn them volunteer hours
which can be used to complete high school requirements. Students who are in the program
and have graduated from high school are included in the summer component as well.
In addition to motivation, vocation, social, and personal counseling services, participants
receive information about college admissions requirements, scholarships and various
student financial aid programs and disability accommodations if needed. For more information,
please contact the UNO Associate Director for Projects Jefferson and PASS at mailto:email@example.com or 504-280-1262.
Project Jefferson: Upward Bound (Jefferson)
Jefferson is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education. Jefferson
provides specific services and activities to participants (including students with
disabilities) from East Jefferson High School, Riverdale High
School, and the target area of Jefferson Parish. The program's mission is to help
students, in grades 9 through 12, who are on a diploma track to complete high school,
to enter a postsecondary education program and to graduate from college. This college
preparatory program helps individuals from low income and potential first generation
student's families to better understand their educational opportunities and options.
Participants receive instruction through a variety of modalities including collaborative
learning, and computer assisted instruction (with state of the art laptops and iPADs).
Instruction is provided in language arts, literature, composition, mathematics, sciences,
and guidance and counseling on the University of New Orleans campus. Instruction is
offered on alternate Saturdays with weekly tutoring in all subjects at East Jefferson
and Riverdale High School. During the summer, the same
subjects are taught with the addition of foreign language through a thematic approach.
Summer program students participate in weekly field trips where they visit college
campuses, and/or participate in community service activities
which earn them volunteer hours which can be used to complete high school requirements.
Students who are in the program and have graduated from high school are included in
the summer component as well. In addition to motivation, vocation, social, and personal
counseling services, participants receive information about college admissions requirements,
scholarships, and various student financial aid programs and disability accommodations
if needed. For more information, please contact the UNO Associate Director for Projects
Jefferson and PASS at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-280-1262.
St. Tammany Educational Talent Search Program (STETS)
STETS is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education. STETS provides
specific services and activities to participants from the target area of St. Tammany
Parish. The program's mission to serve young people in grades 7-12. This early intervention
program helps individuals from low income and potential first generation student's
families to better understand their educational opportunities and options. STETS identifies
qualified youth with potential for education at the postsecondary level; encourages
them to complete secondary school; assists eligible participants to enter a program
of postsecondary education; and encourages persons who have not completed education
programs at the secondary and postsecondary level to re-enter these programs. In addition
to motivation, vocation, social and personal counseling, participants receive information
about college admissions requirements, scholarships, and various student financial
aid programs. For more information, please contact the UNO Associate Director for
STETS at email@example.com or 504-280-6565.
Student Support Services (SSS)
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded grant program designed to provide
personal, academic and career guidance to a limited number of eligible undergraduate
students enrolled at the University of New Orleans.
SSS provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college
requirements and motivates students toward the successful completion of their first
undergraduate degrees. The overall goal of SSS is to increase the college retention
and graduation rates of its participants. An eligible participant must be first generation,
meet federal income guidelines and/or have a documented disability.
SSS services include: academic tutoring; advice and assistance in course selection; assistance
with information on student financial aid programs, scholarships, assistance in completing
financial aid applications and activities designed to improve financial literacy;
assist students in applying for admission to graduate and professional programs; and exposure
to cultural events and academic programs not usually available to our targeted population.
Student Support Services also provides supplemental grant aid to current SSS participants
who are receiving Federal Pell Grants and meet other program requirements. For more
information contact: Student Support Services, Bicentennial Education Center, Room
147, (504) 280-5457, (504) 280-5566 (fax) or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or http://sss.uno.edu.
UNO Classic Upward Bound Program
The Classic Upward Bound Program is a federally funded TRiO Program under the auspices
of the U. S. Department of Education. The program serves high school students from
low-income families and/or families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree.
During the academic and summer components the Upward Bound students participate in
a program of study that includes academic classes, tutoring, financial aid resources,
financial literacy, counseling, college tours, and cultural enrichment activities.
Students who complete at least one year in the program before graduation from high
school also benefit from participation in the Upward Bound Summer Bridge Program,
which permits eligible students to enroll in the University of New Orleans. Student
fees for enrollment in up to two University of New Orleans college courses are funded
by the Classic Upward Bound Program. For more information, please contact the UNO
Classic Upward Bound Director, at email@example.com or (504) 280-7050.
University Success (UNIV)
UNIV 1001 is a one credit, letter-graded course required for all first time full time
freshman. Students will meet in groups led by an experienced faculty or staff member
and a peer mentor (an experienced student) for an in-depth review of skills and issues
relevant to academic and personal success at the University. Topics include time management,
effective note-taking and test preparation, campus diversity, and university resources.
Enrollment is restricted to students with less than 30 hours of credit only. Enrollment
is optional for transfer students within their 30 hours of credit at UNO. For more
information about University Success, please visit http://www.uno.edu/univ1001
UNO Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free help to students who want to improve their writing.
Students who come to the Writing Center work with tutors in one-on-one sessions on
any kind of writing problem- brainstorming, researching, organizing, and developing
ideas for their papers. In addition, students may submit drafts of their papers for
feedback. While the Writing Center does not proofread or edit papers for students,
the tutors show writers how to become better editors of their papers with regard to
grammar and stylistic problems. The Writing Center welcomes papers written in all
disciplines, not just in English, and it offers group workshops for various grammar
and writing issues. Its webpage provides handouts for grammar and writing problems,
as well as other resources. For more information, please visit the Center's website
at http://www.uno.edu/lrc/writingcenter or call (504) 280-7054
UNO Lindy C. Boggs Conference Center and UNO Conference Services
The Lindy C. Boggs Conference Center, located directly on Lake Pontchartrain, across
Lakeshore Drive from UNO’s main campus, offers a full service conference center with
free parking, away from the distractions of downtown New Orleans. The center has 20
meeting rooms of varying sizes; the largest can accommodate 270 attendees. The Center
hosts over 250 meetings a year ranging in size from 15 to 400 attendees. Audio visual
equipment rental, technical support, and full service conference planning are also
UNO Conference Services Meeting Planning is not limited to conferences held at the
Lindy C. Boggs Conference Center. Meeting Planning has administered conferences held
at local hotels, as well as in other cities, states, or countries. Meeting Planning
provides personalized service for conferences, allowing constituents to be the host
while staff ensure all details are addressed. The Conference Center offers full service
meeting planning including: assisting with scheduling of dates, choosing a site, negotiating
with hotels, establishing a budget, choosing menus, providing secure on-line registration,
collecting fees, arranging transportation, printing conference literature, and manning
your registration table throughout your event. After the event Meeting Planning will
provide detailed financial statements and attendee lists.
For more information about the Lindy C. Boggs Conference Center or UNO Conference
Services Meeting Planning, please visit the website at http://conferences.uno.edu , or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-280-6680.
Office of Information Technology
UNO's Information Technology (IT) department is a comprehensive service organization that operates a complex array
of multi-vendor computing servers connected to thousands of workstations over a high
speed local and metropolitan area network providing key enterprise services to UNO
students, faculty, and staff. IT provides support for Academic Computing, Administrative
Computing, Servers and Networks, User Training and Support, and Telephony through
the following divisions:
Administrative Computing Services (ACS)
Provides high quality support for core, shared administrative IT applications systems
including support for Accounting Services, Admissions, Financial Aid, Human Resources,
Payroll, Purchasing, Records, Registration, and other essential University administrative
Enterprise Servers (ES) and Enterprise Networks (EN)
Provides high quality support for core shared servers, networks, and communication
systems including the University's critical academic and administrative IT systems:
Exchange, File Server, Moodle, PeopleSoft Financials and PeopleSoft Campus Solutions,
SharePoint, Wired/Wireless Network, Telephony, and Web.
User Training and Support (UTS)
Provides the University community with high quality computing services, training,
and support for user systems including academic computing and administrative end-user
applications and services.
The following is a brief description of the University's major computing services
and systems managed by IT through the aforementioned divisions.
Accounts. Every faculty and staff member receives accounts for the following computing systems:
Email, Local Area Network (LAN), Moodle (UNO's Learning Management System), SharePoint,
and WebSTAR. All accounts share the same user id and password.
Campus Network. UNOnet provides wired, wireless, and remote network access to the main campus as
well East campuses. The network consists of a 10 Gigabit Ethernet core interconnecting
all buildings on the main campus via a fiber-optic gigabit backbone. Approximately
5000 individual network connections are serviced on the main campus at data rates
of 100 or 1000 Mb/sec. Wireless connectivity is available throughout all major areas
Faculty Staff Resource Center – FSRC. The IT department maintains a resource center dedicated to meeting the technology
needs of the UNO Faculty and Staff. The FSRC contains 15 PC computers with cd/dvd
burners, a projector and printer services.
Helpdesk and Desktop Support. UNO IT department operates Help Desk and Desktop Support units that provide hardware
and software services for the UNO community. These units provide the University with
a helpful, single point of service for peripherals, desktop software and hardware,
and support for UNO's main computing systems. Services can be requested by telephone
at (504) 280-HELP (280-4357), via e-mail at email@example.com, or in person in Room
1O1R of the Computer Center building.
Keys and IDs. ID cards and keys are issued in the Computer Center building during normal business
hours. IDs can be used for card access to selected buildings, dormitory rooms, Library
borrowing privileges, and food services.
Mathematical Computing. To assist researchers and students, UNO licenses MATLAB and Mathematica. MATLAB
integrates mathematical computing, visualization, and a powerful language to provide
a flexible environment for technical computing. Mathematica is the tool of choice
for scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, from simple calculator
operations to large-scale programming and interactive document preparation. MATLAB
and Mathematica are installed in the FSRC in addition to all Student Open Labs managed
by the IT department.
Messaging and Email. Exchange is an email client/server system that offers advanced calendaring and email
features, and collaboration tools. Email can be accessed locally through a client-mail
program or anywhere through the Web.
PeopleSoft. UNO's Web-based Enterprise Resource Planning system provides access to financial,
and student administration information. PeopleSoft financial accounts are issued
to authorized faculty and staff.
Research Computing. The University is a member of the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (LONI) and
an Affiliate Member of UCAID (Internet 2). LONI is a state-of-the-art, fiber optics
network that runs throughout Louisiana, and connects Louisiana and Mississippi research
universities to one another as well as to the National LambdaRail and Internet2.
Through LONI, researchers have access to one of the most powerful supercomputing resources
available to any academic community with over 85 teraflops of computational capacity
from systems based at Louisiana universities. In addition, LONI provides access to
the TeraGrid community, the world's largest, most comprehensive distributed cyber
infrastructure for open scientific research. Through our association with LONI, UNOnet
currently has access to the following Internet services: Commodity Internet (I1) at
90 Mb/sec, Internet2 (I2) at 1 Gigabit/sec, and National Lambda Rail at 10 Gigabit/sec
(for Supercomputer clustering and Grid based computing support).
Student Computing Labs. The Technology Fee provides UNO students with two types of computing facilities:
Open Tech Fee Labs and Departmental Labs. Open labs are general use facilities available
to any enrolled UNO student on a walk-in first-come, first-served basis. Student
Lab Assistants are on duty to help users with system related problems. Departmentallabs
are facilities dedicated for specific departments or courses, and may be restricted
Statistical Computing. As a Carnegie Research University, UNO is committed to the process of discovery.
To assist faculty, researchers and graduate students with quantitative analysis, UNO
supports SAS and SPSS for statistical computing. The university has a site license
for these packages, and SAS and SPSS are installed in the FSRC in addition to all
Student Open Labs managed by the IT department.
WebSTAR Portal. Provides faculty and staff with Web access to UNO systems for payroll and benefits
information, and for accessing class rosters and recording of student grades. Students
can use this system to register for classes, access grades, class schedules, financial
aid, fee payment, and other services.
UNO Women’s Center
The UNO Women's Center was created in 1985 to serve the diverse needs of women in
the university and to affirm the lives of women at the University and in the communities
of New Orleans. The Women's Center offers scholarship and book awards, and provides
research assistance, space and support for student activities, and a range of programming
throughout the year. Events include: twice per semester Coffee Talk Lecture Series,
educational speakers, discussion and support groups, and periodic workshops on preventing
violence against women and other topics of concern. In addition, the Center acts as
a referral hub for counseling and community services, and is a liaison between campus
groups and departments addressing women's issues at UNO, and works with women's advocacy
groups in the region. Students, staff, and faculty are welcome. Fall and Spring hours
are from Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.;
Summer hours vary; call or check the website for hours of operation.
Women's Center, Earl K. Long Library, Room 201, University of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore
Drive, New Orleans, LA 70148, Tel#504.280.7285. http://wmcn.uno.edu