UNMC Omaha – Main Campus
The University of Nebraska Medical Center's main campus is in Omaha, located at 42nd and Dewey Streets. Student enrollment includes more than 3,600 students.
Nearly 10,000 students, employees, staff and faculty are located in the area of 10 square blocks that make up the campus. This area includes classrooms, labs, outpatient care, the Lied Transplant Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute and other university facilities, including the new Stanley M. Truhlsen Eye Institute and the future site of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Institute. Two hospital towers – University Tower and Clarkson Tower– also are located on campus. They are operated by our primary clinical partner, The Nebraska Medical Center.
The Lincoln division of the UNMC College of Nursing is located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Main Campus, in Commerce Court. The College of Dentistry is located on East Campus.
The Kearney division of the UNMC College of Nursing is located on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus. A planned addition to the Bruner Hall of Science at UNK will provide more space for nursing, as well as allied health science programs. UNK also offers bachelor's degrees and pre-professional programs for preparation for further studies at UNMC.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing-West Nebraska Division is located in the University of Nebraska Complex in Scottsbluff. The West Nebraska Division was opened in the fall of 1987 to prepare nurses for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree and a Master of Science in Nursing Degree.
The Norfolk division of the UNMC College of Nursing is located on the Northeast Community College campus. The J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing opened in August 2010 and offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree and graduate nursing programs.
Panhandle Learning Center
In August 2003, the College of Dentistry expanded its dental hygiene program to western Nebraska. Students attend classes at Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska in Gering and use distance learning technology to access Lincoln classes.