Welcome to UNO’s Student Government

Are you interested in getting involved with Student Government and the University of Nebraska at Omaha?

Senators

We are currently recruiting students to serve as representatives of the student body as Student Government Senators. As a Senator, you represent and advocate on behalf of all the students of your college as well as make changes on campus. 


Positions available (to apply, you must be a current student in that college):

1 Arts & Sciences Senator
1 Graduate College Senator
1 Business Administration Senator
1 College of Public Affairs and Community Service Senator
1 College of Education Senator


If interested in a position, please fill out the interest form HERE


For more information regarding Senator positions, please contact the Speaker of the Senate, Miranda Davis (mjdavis@unomaha.edu).
 

Existing Programs Directors

The purpose of Existing Programs Directors shall be to maintain and advance the programs and resources that SG-UNO creates to support students.
 
Positions available:
 
- Director of MavRide: 
Oversee and coordinate partnership with Omaha Metro in order to provide prepaid fare cards to UNO students for the academic year.

- Director of Maverick Readership: Oversee program that provides prints of the New York Times, Omaha World-Herald and USA Today free of charge to UNO students.

- Director of B-Cycle:Oversee program and distribution of one-year free memberships to the bike share program.

If interested in a position, please fill out the interest form HERE


For more information regarding Exsisting Programs Director positions, please contact Executive Treasurer David Farris (dfarris@unomaha.edu)

 

University Committees

We are currently recruiting students to serve as representatives of the student body on University-wide committees alongside UNO Faculty, Staff and Administrators.  We have numerous positions currently open for the following committees:

  • Athletics
  • Judicial
  • Library and Learning Resources
  • Parking Advisory
  • Student Publications Board
  • Technology, Resource and Planning

You can review more specifics about each committee on the application form HERE.

Contact the 2013-2014 Vice-President Adam MacKenzie (amackenzie@unomaha.edu) with any questions regarding the 2014-2015 Student Government University-Wide Committee positions.

 

Student Government Judicial Branch

We are currently recruiting students to serve as members of our judicial branch of student government.  We have two judicial committees that are currently recruiting new members for the 2014-2015 school year.  See descriptions for these committees below.

Student Court

The Student Court shall be responsible to rule on all grievances and appeals brought before it, serve as the final authority for all lower courts that have been created through Student Senate Resolutions, and perform additional duties or functions assigned by the Student Government Constitution or By-Laws. The Student Court meets once a month. (or more if needed)

Members: 5

Traffic Appeals Commission

Traffic Appeals Commission shall be responsible to vote on all parking ticket contentions and appeals and any other duties listed in the Student Government Constitution or By-Laws. The Traffic Appeals Commission meets once a month.

Members: 5

If you are interested in a position on one of these committees, complete the application for HERE.

Contact the 2013-2014 Vice-President Adam MacKenzie (amackenzie@unomaha.edu) with any questions regarding the 2014-2015 Student Government Judicial Branch committees.

Mission of Student Government of the University of Nebraska at Omaha

The University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Government (SG-UNO) is the voice of the student body and represents its constituents on a daily basis to the UNO Administration, Faculty, and Staff, as well as the University of Nebraska Board of Regents and the Omaha community. As we strive to make lasting, positive contributions to the student body, we, Student Government, vow to provide representation, leadership, guidance, and support with respect, honesty, and open-mindedness to promote memorable experiences on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus.

 

Office Information

Phone: 402.554.2620

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Members hold office hours throughout the week in which you may come visit with questions or concerns.

Mailing Address:

UNO Student Government

1st Floor MBSC

6001 Dodge Street

Omaha, NE 68182-0300

Physical Description:

The office is located on the East side of the first floor in the Milo Bail Student Center just behind the Fireplace Lounge.