The University of New Orleans is committed to offering a safe campus for the fall semester to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff, while also continuing to deliver the UNO experience. By adhering to our new guidelines and following science-based practices, we, as individuals, demonstrate consideration for the health and safety of our fellow Privateers and their loved ones.
New classroom technologies allow more classes to be offered completely online or in a blended format, ensuring on-campus classes are held in appropriate classrooms.
receive some form of financial assistance
For years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UNO among the national universities whose students graduate with the lightest debt loads. Nearly 77% of our students receive some form of financial assistance every year, totaling over $41 million dollars in financial aid and scholarships.
employed within two years after graduating
90% of our students are employed two years after graduation according to Niche.com. Within the past year, UNO was also ranked tops in the state in lowest student debt and number one in Louisiana in highest early career salaries.
This work is not the responsibility of the few. It requires a collective effort to bring necessary change to our campus. We are not doing this because it is easy but because it is worthwhile
UNO First is the University's annual fund which supports all aspects of the student experience. It resources scholarships, state-of-the-art facilities, and academic program enhancements and provides flexibility for the University to respond to challenges as they arise.
MAKE A GIFT Put UNO First for UNO’s Future
If you're up to the challenge, we want you to bring that energy to our campus, along with your ideas, your perspective and your ambition. Every year when we welcome a new class, UNO takes on a slightly different personality. Because our students make this place what it is.