Welcome back to UNO. Whether you have been away for one year or twenty, our students always have a home at UNO, and we want to help you accomplish your educational goals. If you have taken classes at UNO in the past and didn't finish completing a degree, you are more than welcome to re-apply.
If you have not been enrolled in one academic year, then you will need to re-apply to the university. If you have been enrolled within the academic year, then you are still an active student and can reach out directly to your advisor to schedule classes.
*For example, if you were enrolled in a Fall term, you would be eligible to enroll as an active student until the next Fall term, after that term you would need to re-apply.
All returning students will need to re-apply. If you have attended any institutions after leaving UNO, Submit all transcripts of any courses taken. We're currently accepting unofficial transcripts for re-admission.
Application fees are currently waived. Apply today!
If you've been out of school 2 or more years you may be eligible for reduced tuition and fees through the Compete LA program. Learn more here.
Former UNO undergraduate students who were not enrolled in the regular Fall and Spring semester immediately preceding the semester of desired enrollment must apply for admission. If intervening college work was taken, applicants must meet transfer admission requirements.
Former students who were on scholastic probation and are readmitted will be continued on scholastic probation regardless of the grade point average earned at the other institution(s). Former students who left on their first scholastic drop may be readmitted on probation after they sit out the requisite one semester.
Students who left on their second scholastic drop may be readmitted on probation after they sit out the requisite two semesters (not including summer). Some students may be required to appeal based upon their quality point deficiency. Those students will be required to submit an appeal letter. Those students will be notified by email upon submission of their new application. If it is determined that the student does not have enough hours left to reach a cumulative 2.0 before graduation, they will not be readmitted. Students who left on their third or more scholastic drop will be required to sit out 6 full semesters (3 years), and will only be admissible on academic renewal or appeal.
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