The New Student's Reference Work/Nebraska, University of

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Nebraska, University of, located at Lincoln, the capital of the state, is a part of its public-school system.  It was founded by act of legislature in 1869, and is supported, chiefly by a state tax, together with income from land sales and leases under Act of Congress of 1862, the annual revenue being about $270,000.  It comprises the following colleges and schools: graduate school, colleges of literature, science and arts, industrial college, college of law, school of fine arts, affiliated school of music.  The faculty numbers 173 with 2,914 students in attendance, exclusive of the summer and preparatory schools.  E. Benjamin Andrews, LL.D., is chancellor.