Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Nebraska, University of
NEBRASKA, UNIVERSITY OF, a coeducational institution, founded at Lincoln, Neb., in 1869. There were in 1919 5,529 students with 200 teachers. The endowment fund amounted to $809,000,000 and the value of grounds and buildings to $4,500,000. There are 145,000 volumes in the library. The total income amounted to approximately $2,280,000. The president is Samuel Avery, Ph. D.