Computer Science Tutoring Center
The Computer Science Tutor Center is a UNO academic service that helps students maximize their software development skills. Tutoring is provided on a walk-in basis and is free.
Get help in the introductory Computer Science sequence:
- CSCI 1583: Software Design & Development I
- CSCI 2120: Software Design & Development II
- CSCI 2125: Data Structures
- CSCI 2450: Assembly Language Programming
Hours vary per semester. Schedule posted @ Math 319.
Computer Science Tutor Center
Mathematics Building 319
Math Tutoring Center
The Math Tutor Center and Study Hall is a UNO academic service that helps students maximize their math potential.
The Math Tutor Center offers both individualized and group programs to assist students in learning mathematics and in successfully completing their mathematics requirements at UNO.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Math Tutor Center
Mathematics Building 105
The Writing Center offers tutoring services for UNO students. You can make an appointment, meet writing coaches, and get online tutoring. Students have access to a wide variety of writing and grammar resources and workshops to become better writers. For more info, see UNO Writing Center
Monday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m .
Liberal Arts 334
Academic advising is provided to all undergraduate students. Students should meet with their advisor on a regular basis and must consult with an advisor before registering for classes. Students with less than 30 credit hours meet with their assigned advisor in the First Year Advising Office in the Privateer Enrollment Center. Once students complete 30 or more credit hours, they will meet with their assigned advisor in the College of Sciences.
To determine your assigned advisor, view theor check your UNO Webstar account. Appointments can be easily scheduled using the UNO Privateer Success portal.
If you feel you are having academic problems, please talk to your advisor or a faculty member.
Computer Labs and Libraries
The Department of Computer Science has many computational resources available to students. Our computer classrooms/labs have been used for courses at all levels.
The department has five computer classrooms/labs available for student and faculty use. The labs are all located in Math Building, in rooms 322, 320, 317, 212, 209. For more info, see Computer Science facilities.
The department has a study room available for student and faculty use equipped with a ten person conference table and wall-mounted display using HDMI connection. The study room is located in Math Building, in room 318.
The UNO Library has nearly one million volumes, as well as numerous journal and ejournal holdings.