Camp Wesley Pines (map)
The out-of-town camp is a three-day, two-night, off-campus freshmen leadership retreat collaboratively planned by the Division of Student Affairs and Office of Enrollment Services. It is located at Camp Wesley Pines in Hazlehurst, MS about 2.5 hours from New Orleans. During this retreat, incoming students learn about the wide range of involvement activities and resources that the university offers. Most importantly, incoming students will learn key strategies on how to enhance their leadership s...
Camp Istrouma (map)
The University of New Orleans' Transfer Retreat for Leadership, or TRL, is an overnight retreat just for students who are transferring into the University. This leadership retreat is collaboratively planned through the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Enrollment Services. Whether you have joined us from a community college or another four-year institution, you live in the residence halls or away from campus, we are excited you are here and eager to help you settle into your new...
Pontchartrain Hall (map)
New Student Move-In Day marks one of the biggest the days of the year at UNO. The annual event is designed to bring new students, their parents, faculty, staff and administrators together, while warmly greeting newcomers to campus.  New Student Move-In Day also officially kicks off the Privateer Plunge, a six-week welcome for new students. The six-week session is packed with events, workshops, parties and presentations designed to introduce new students to available resources a...
Pontchartrain Hall (map)

Welcome to UNO! Join Enrollment Services, Student Housing, and Student Involvement & Leadership for an outdoor organization fair and barbecue so you can meet UNO's student leaders and get involved on day one.


University Center Ballroom (map)
Kick off the academic year with white clothes, black lights, FREE food, and awesome people! Join the Resident Assistants, Orientation Leaders, Leadership Cabinet members, Ambassadors, and Krewe Leaders for a night of music and fun!

Hosted by Enrollment Services and Student Involvement & Leadership.

Privateer Place (map)
Meet the Greeks for a sweet treat! Come meet the fraternities and sororities while enjoying ice cream and get to know what each fraternity and sorority has to offer.

Pontchartrain Hall (map)
Meet the Greeks for a sweet treat! Come meet the fraternities and sororities while enjoying ice cream and get to know what each fraternity and sorority has to offer.

The Quad (map)
Start the first day of classes off right with a hearty breakfast provided for FREE by the Student Activities Council (SAC), the official sponsor of campus fun!

The Quad (map)
Take a break from classes to enjoy FREE ice cream sundaes from the Student Activities Council (SAC), the official sponsor of campus fun!

The Cove (map)
Need groceries for your room? Don't have the money? Come play bingo to win an assortment of groceries at the Cove! Sponsored by Student Involvement & Leadership.

The Cove (map)
Come bask in the Hawaiian culture in your own back yard. A mixture of Hawaiian-inspired food, a great DJ and a chance to meet your new college family makes this a can’t-miss event. And don’t forget your dancing shoes because there will be games, prizes, dance contests, limbo competitions and lots more!
The Quad (map)
The best way to get to know the University is by meeting the student organizations that make the Privateer community one of a kind. Come enjoy free music, food, and fun with the entire UNO community and of course your favorite Student Activities Council (SAC).

University Center (map)

Come chat with current Student Activities Council (SAC) members and learn how to get involved with planning and implementing the SAC sponsored events. This is a great way to meet new people while also making a difference with the UNO student body.

Every Monday at 4:30PM in UC 208.


University Center (map)
We're relaunching Driftwood, the UNO student newspaper. Stop by the newsroom in the University Center, Room 252, to meet the staff and discover what we're all about! Whether you're interested in contributing or an ardent supporter of student run publications, we'd love to see you at our "Meet the Press" event. Light refreshments will be served. Follow us on Facebook: DriftwoodUNO or on Twitter and Instagram: UNODriftwood.
University Center (map)
Join Service Coalition to learn about opportunities to become more engaged in your community! Activities each week vary from viewing documentaries, meeting with local non-profits, and teambuilding exercises. For more information visit us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/UNOServiceCo).

Every other Tuesday at 2:00 PM in UC 206.

University Center (map)
Stop by the weekly Student Government (SG) meeting to see the student body in action—find out what’s going on around campus and see how your student fees are spent! All students are welcome! Follow us on twitter (https://twitter.com/unosg) or like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/UNOSG)!

Tuesdays at 4:30PM in UC208.

University Center (map)
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at the University of New Orleans is made up of the members of the 7 historically black fraternities and sororities on the campus. The council’s purpose is to promote unity and expose members to the “service for life” philosophy and foster leadership development and scholarship. Learn more at this informational!

University Center (map)
Interested in Greek Life? Join us to play games and learn about all that Greek Life has to offer! Come learn about our sororities and fraternities and see which one fits you best.
University Center (map)

Location: UC 206

Start the semester off on the right track by attending this FREE Time Management Workshop presented by UNO Counseling Services. Learn how to create and follow a schedule to help keep you on target for academic success. For disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact Adrian Péré in Counseling Services at 504-280-6683.

The University of New Orleans Campus (map)
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at the University of New Orleans is made up of the members of the 7 historically black fraternities and sororities on the campus. The council’s purpose is to promote unity and expose members to the “service for life” philosophy and foster leadership development and scholarship. Learn more at this fun, free event!