University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Motto Literis Dedicata et Omnibus Artibus
Motto in English Dedicated to Letters and All the Arts
Established 1869
Type Flagship
Public
Land grant
Endowment US$1.24 billion[1]
Chancellor Harvey Perlman
President J.B. Milliken
Academic staff 1,597
Students 24,593[2]
Undergraduates 19,345[2]
Postgraduates 4,679[2]
Location Lincoln, Nebraska, US
40°49′03″N 96°42′05″W / 40.8175°N 96.70139°W / 40.8175; -96.70139Coordinates: 40°49′03″N 96°42′05″W / 40.8175°N 96.70139°W / 40.8175; -96.70139
Campus 613 acres (248 ha),
42,562 acres (17,224 ha) total throughout state
Colors Scarlet and Cream
           
Athletics NCAA Division I FBS
Big Ten
21 varsity teams
Nickname Cornhuskers
Mascot Herbie Husker and Lil' Red
Affiliations URA
Website unl.edu
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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln (also called Nebraska, UNL or NU) it is a public university that also does research. It is located in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.[3] UNL is the state's oldest and largest university campus. It is also the leading school in the University of Nebraska system.

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