Now that you're admitted... What's next?
After being accepted into the University of New Orleans, you'll need to take care of just a few more details to complete the admissions process.
1. Share the good news!
By taking a photo and posting on social media using #UNOproud. Follow us at @UofNO and @UNOadmissions to see if you’re spotlighted!
2. Access Your UNO Email
Be on the lookout for an email from UNO Access Services for details on how to set up your UNO username and password. Once completed, you’ll be able to access your UNO email by visiting mail.uno.edu. Need help setting things up? Contact the IT Help Desk at 504.280.HELP (4357).
3. Submit FAFSA and Review Financial Aid
If you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, be sure to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. Have questions about the FAFSA, TOPS, scholarships, etc.? Visit finaid.uno.edu or call the Privateer Enrollment Center at 504.280.6603. All financial aid notices will be sent to your UNO student email account, so be sure to check it regularly!
4. Start your New Student Experience
Through each step of the New Student Experience, students will be prepared to succeed at UNO while discovering how to live & learn in community. Learn more about New Student Experience here.
Step1: Zoom or In-person Orientation is designed to get you started! Now that you are a Privateer, we’re ready to introduce you to campus & get you enrolled in classes.
Step 2: Online Orientation Modules teaches you more about different parts of campus at your own pace.
Step 3: Fall MAMBO will help you start your classes on the right foot and to make the most of your Privateer experience!
5. Submit Immunization Forms
Incoming freshmen are required to submit immunization records to UNO Student
Health Services, or request an Immunization Waiver prior to getting advised and registered. For more information, visit immunization.uno.edu.
6. Apply for Campus Housing/Exemption
All new full-time, first-year students are required to either apply for campus housing, or submit a housing requirement exemption request prior to getting advised and registered. For more information, visit housing.uno.edu.