University of Nebraska at Omaha Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (19)
University of Nebraska was a perfect school for someone who wants a small class at a university. I only had huge classes in my first couple of freshmen courses, then it went to 20-25 students. The greek life is a great place to get involved especially since you have to go to events. It is nice to be in greek because it gets you involved in other activities around school too.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha is in the center of a growing metropolitan community in the heart of the Midwest. The university offers many degree choices along with a variety of clubs and sports to take part in. The university also has developed many graduate programs for students who seek higher education with compatible placement with other institutions.
UNO was a great college. Class sizes were moderate, teachers usually knew your name. Getting the courses you needed was simple and the advisors were very helpful. The campus was clean and easy to navigate. Dorms were spacious and safe. I would recommend UNO over and over again.
I think I've taken this survey before. But. My graduating class and department was so small I'm not comfortable offering my honest opinion as it wouldn't be difficult to figure out who I am.
UNO is a great school for multiple interests. The philosophy dept is top notch, if overlooked. Audi (no gone) melanson, and newman are fantastic1
Excellent business school. Informed instructors. Great opportunities to further career growth.
Wonderful campus, great class sizes, very organized and well structured university to attend.
UNO is a wonderful university. I was able to work full-time and attend classes full-time, thanks to UNO's flexible class availability. All of my professors were supportive and helpful with my degree program.
This college is a typical commuter school; if you make an effort to get involved you with the school/program you will have a great time.
GREAT college. Fantastic city. Lots to do. Staff was extremely helpful. I felt Master's Degree was easier than Bachelor's because of the staff wanting to help.