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State Quick Facts: Nebraska

Nebraska's Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education
140 North 8th Street, Suite 300
P. O. Box 95005
Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-5005
Telephone: 402-471-2847
Fax: 402-471-2886
www.ccpe.state.ne.us/PublicDoc/CCPE/Default.asp



State Population: (in thousands) (CENSUS FY08)
Total:
1,783
College-aged (18-25):
132
White:
1,586
Black:
71
Hispanic:
140
Asian:
27
Native American:
14
Male:
883
Female:
900
  Total Number of Institutions: (IPEDS 2007-2008)
Total:
42
Public:
15
4-year:
7
2-year:
8
Independent, Not-for-Profit:
19


Total Headcount Enrollments: (Fall 06 & 07)
Total (Fall 07):
127,378
Public (Fall 06):
94,486

Independent, Not-for-Profit (Fall 06):

27,039
Undergraduate (incl. AAs & certificates) (Fall 06):
105,611
Graduate (Fall 06):
15,217
First Professional (Fall 06):
3,672
White (Fall 07):
108,753
Black (Fall 07):
6,082
Hispanic (Fall 07):
5,051
Asian (Fall 07):
3,108
Native American (Fall 07):
1,021
Alien (Fall 07):
3,363
Male (Fall 06):
55,814
Female (Fall 06):
68,686
  Total Completions: (IPEDS 2007-2008)
Total:
21,747
Associates:
4,837
Bachelor:
12,365
Graduate:
4,545
White:
18,387
Black:
810
Hispanic:
549
Asian:
490
Native American:
121
Alien:
439
Other (not incl. above)
951
Male:
9,564
Female:
12,183

Appropriations: (Total SHEF FY 2008 in Thousands)

State & Local
Appropriations:

$575,119
  Selected State Reports:
A Factual Look at Higher Education in Nebraska

Sources –
Population: Resident FY 2008 Estimate, U.S. Census Bureau
Institutions: FY 2007-2008, NCES/IPEDS Digest of Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education
Enrollments: FY Fall 2006 and Fall 2007, NCES/IPEDS Digest of Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education
Completions: FY 2007-2008, SHEEO-SPRC and NCES/IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education
Appropriations: Educational Appropriations Nominal and Un-Adjusted Dollars from SHEEO-SHEF FY 2008. Educational appropriations measure state and local support available for public higher education operating expenses and excludes appropriations for independent institutions, financial aid for students attending independent institutions, and research, agriculture, and medical (RAM) purposes.

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