Top Priorities at UNO

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Chancellor's Priorities

Durham Science Center Renovation

Durham Science Center’s building has been on UNO’s deferred maintenance list since at least 2006. The project will address basic exterior renovations including a new roof, windows, HVAC system and elevators and updates to electrical and plumbing systems. It will also support the costs of renovating DSC classrooms and laboratories, bringing them to today’s teaching and research standards, preparing students for STEM-related careers or giving them an edge in their postgraduate educational programs. These renovated classrooms and labs will promote interactive and collaborative hands-on learning experiences, fostering an environment where students learn to think and solve problems independently as they hone their research skills.
Coming 2020

UNO Athletics – Baseball, Softball and Track

This new facility will be located on the former-Chili Greens site and will include a new baseball field, softball field and track facility. Currently, UNO rents field time at area facilities for these athletic programs.
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UNO Fund - Area of Greatest Need

A gift to this unrestricted fund enables the UNO chancellor to assist when special opportunities arise or provide immediate support to areas where students and faculty may need it most.

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UNO Fund - Student Scholarships

Your gift to this fund supports UNO students by providing scholarships recognizing academic excellence and financial need. The scholarships are awarded through UNO’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid and are available to deserving students enrolled within any college.

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