In 1958, the University of New Orleans opened its doors as the first fully integrated public university in the South and has not strayed from that vision in 60 years.
Today, as the only public research university in New Orleans, the University has educated students from all 64 Louisiana parishes, all 50 states and more than 130 countries, bringing together a diverse group of talented and determined students. When taken together with the neighboring UNO Research & Technology Park, the University has an annual economic impact of nearly $1 billion, creating more than 11,000 jobs for the metro New Orleans area. As a global community asset, UNO offers a wide array of relevant undergraduate and graduate academic programs and world-class research opportunities. #UNOProud
Appeared on U.S. News & World Report’s Least Debt list for multiple consecutive years
Named a Top College by The Princeton Review and Forbes
Ranked third in the U.S for providing equal access to higher education among selective, four-year public research universities
One of only two Carnegie R2 institutions in Louisiana and one of fewer than 75 in the U.S.
Address:2000 Lakeshore Drive