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Office of Academic & Student Affairs

The Office of Academic and Student Affairs (OASA) assists and supports the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus in providing students with a top quality education. This website is designed to serve as a as a portal to comprehensive resources for faculty and staff as well as students and visitors. We have provided a wealth of information about OASA, who we are, and how we work to respond to the university's ever-changing needs for higher education in the 21st century. To learn more about OASA, click here.

Learning Communities

The Office of Academic and Student Affairs is accepting applications from UNO faculty who wish to develop pilot academic learning communities. Please visit the Academic Learning Communities pages for more information.

Student Enrollment

Visit Strategic Enrollment at UNO to learn more and get involved with UNO's efforts to sustain and grow our vibrant student body. All faculty and staff are encouraged to participate. To learn and get involved click here!


Announcement Archive

OASA Bulletin Summer 2013(05.29.2013)

posted 05.29.2013

This has been an exciting time for all of us in OASA with significant changes in personnel and in structure. Student Affairs under the leadership of Dan Shipp has created divisions focused on inclusion, wellness, involvement, and retention led by a Dean of Students and senior directors that help organize services for students from the moment they have been identified to become part of UNO until graduation and beyond... Read more here.

OASA Bulletin Spring 2013(02.26.2013)

posted 02.26.2013

In the past year, we've had many changes in Academic and Student Affairs. We've introduced new people to the campus and Omaha as well as familiar people in new roles here at UNO. With this bulletin, OASA wants to take the opportunity to re-introduce our newest faces and roles and a new space. Read more here.

Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Interviewed by WOWT(08.23.2012)

posted 08.23.2012

Pelema Morrice, vice chancellor of enrollment, was interviewed by WOWT about the recent changes to Omaha Public Schools' grading system and the effects it might have on incoming freshmen in the future. Read more here.