University of New Orleans
2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148
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Type: 4-year College or University
he University of New Orleans is committed to making higher education available and affordable to all qualified students. UNO actively recruits and supports a large population of nontraditional students. In fact, half of UNO's student body is over the age of 25, many with families and established careers. UNO understands both the special needs and talents of the adult students, and we offer a number of programs to help ensure your success as an adult learner.
Making the UNO Decision
Deciding to come to college is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. The University of New Orleans wants to help you make the right choice.
UNO understands that adult students may have special needs. We offer a variety of programs and services to accommodate you and your academic achievement. Health insurance, academic counseling and career services are just some of the ways UNO helps you fit college into your life.
Adult students have several options for enrolling at UNO. See which student classification best compliments your educational needs
First time freshman - no college credit
Transfer - must have completed 24+ hours of college/non-remedial coursework (including Math and English) with GPA of 2.25+
Returning - some college credit, must meet either first time freshman or transfer requirements
Special student - non-degree seeking student (includes Lifelong Learners, students with college degrees, and those students taking classes for fun, preparing for professional exam or graduate school). Consult the Office of Admission for details 504-280-6595.
Guest student - taking classes not offered at home institution