In order to better serve the needs of fellow students, Student Government has created five separate Student Agencies whose mission is to promote, educate, and serve our campus. These five agencies represent those student populations that have been typically under-represented on our campus. Each agency has its own space located within the Student Government office on the first floor of the Milo Bail Student Center.
The American Multicultural Students (AMS) Agency promotes cultural awareness through weaving an understanding and appreciation of diversity in the life of UNO students. AMS seeks to promote cultural awareness and understanding through experiences on the UNO campus by providing educational programs and services.
Contact AMS at (402) 554-3696
The Gender & Sexual Orientation (GSO) Agency educates, advocates, and preserves the rights and concerns of those identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexed, questioning, allied (LGBTIQA), and heterosexual. GSO serves the UNO campus by providing comprehensive services and programming for the community in the interest of full and inclusive representation of the LGBTIQA population.
Contact GSO at (402) 554-4846
The Agency of International Student Services (ISS) is responsible for assisting international students with academic, social, and cultural needs on campus. ISS works to enhance on-campus experiences for international students, as well as providing non-international students the opportunity to learn about other cultures from around the world.
Contact ISS at (402) 554-2937
The mission of the Network for Disability Awareness (NDA) is to provide educational, informational, and social resources and programs that raise awareness of diversity among UNO students. NDA offers individualized services for students, educates able-bodied peers on issues affecting those with disabilities, and advocates for the inclusion of all students on our campus.
Contact NDA at (402) 554-2368
The Women's Resource Center (WRC) works with the UNO community to address issues both on campus and in the Omaha Metro Area. The WRC is a student-run, multi-service agency offering everyone the opportunity to explore and discover resources pertaining to women's concerns.
Contact WRC at (402) 554-2730