Student Population by Gender

University of Nebraska at Omaha has a total of 15,892 enrolled students. By gender, 6,913 male and 8,979 female students (the male-female ratio is 43:57) are attending the school.
12,768 students have enrolled in undergraduate programs and 3,124 students joined graduate programs.
Total Student Enrolled By Gender
TotalUndergraduateGraduate
Total15,89212,7683,124
Men6,9135,7191,194
Women8,9797,0491,930
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Gender

Student Distribution by Race/Ethnicity

By race/ethnicity, 10,241 White, 1,038 Black, and 650 Asian students out of a total of 15,892 are attending at University of Nebraska at Omaha. Comprehensive enrollment statistic data by race/ethnicity is shown in the next chart.
All Students Undergraduate Graduate
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (all students)
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Race
University of Nebraska at Omaha Demographics Pie Chart
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Undergraduate)
University of Nebraska at Omaha Undergraduate Student Population by Race
University of Nebraska at Omaha Undergraduate Demographics
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Graduate)
University of Nebraska at Omaha Graduate Student Population by Race
University of Nebraska at Omaha Graduate Student Population Pie Chart

Transfer-in Students (Undergraduate)

Among 12,768 enrolled in undergraduate programs, 1,378 students have transferred-in from other institutions. The percentage of transfer-in students is 10.79%.1,096 students have transferred in as full-time status and 282 students transferred in as part-time status.
Transfer-in Students Population by Attendance Status

Student Age Distribution

All Students Undergraduate Graduate
By age category, 172 students are younger than 18 and 25 students are older than 65 at University of Nebraska at Omaha. It has 10,904 students aged under 25 and 4,988 students aged 25 and over out of 15,892 total students.
Students Age Distribution by Gender
Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status
In undergraduate programs, 172 students are younger than 18 and 9 students are older than 65. UNOMAHA has 10,175 undergraduate students aged under 25 and 2,593 students aged 25 and over.
Undergraduate Students Age Distribution by Gender
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Age
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Age Pie Chart
Undergraduate Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status
University of Nebraska at Omaha Undergraduate Student Population by Age
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Age Pie Chart
It has 729 graduate students aged under 25 and 2,395 students aged 25 and over.
Graduate Students Age Distribution by Gender
Graduate Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status
University of Nebraska at Omaha Graduate Student Population by Age
University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Population by Age Pie Chart

Online Classes (Distance Learning) Enrollment

Distance learning, also called online education, is very attractive to students, especially who want to continue education and work in field. At University of Nebraska at Omaha, 3,251 students are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 9,552 students are enrolled in some online courses.
All StudentsEnrolled Exclusively Online Courses Enrolled in Some Online Courses
All Students15,8923,2519,552
Undergraduate12,7682,2478,715
Graduate3,1241,004837
Online Program Student Population
University of Nebraska at Omaha Online Student Population

Student Location Enrolled Exclusively In Online Courses

2,616 students lived in Nebraska or jurisdiction in which the school is located are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 635 students live in other State or outside of the United States.
Nebraska ResidentsOther States in U.S. Outside of U.S.
All Students2,61658154
Undergraduate1,80640635
Graduate81017519
Student Location Enrolled Exclusively In Distance Learning Course


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