Nebraska Schools – 4 Year Colleges

Nebraska – 19 Schools – Quick Facts 2020*:

* Nebraska Schools:LocationUndergrad
Enrollment
In-State TuitionOut-of-State TuitionAnnual Room & Board% with FA from SchoolAverage FA from School% with FA -All SourcesAverage FA - all SourcesSAT Math 25%SAT Math 75%ACT Comp 25%ACT Comp 75%Adm RateGrad Rate
Bellevue UniversityBellevue4,2117,8517,8518,94054%7,249 79%7,848 24%
Bryan College of Health SciencesLincoln35817,53417,53442%1,758 60%4,420 192472%56%
Chadron State CollegeChadron1,5017,5567,5867,82079%4,834 88%6,521 45%
Clarkson CollegeOmaha35614,04014,0407,06856%1,370 61%4,780 192246%38%
College of Saint MaryOmaha79420,75020,7507,850100%13,498 100%15,976 49%57%
Concordia UniversitySeward1,26033,49033,4908,850100%20,508 100%22,108 540670202678%64%
Creighton UniversityOmaha4,29141,40041,40011,27499%21,837 99%22,531 580680232974%81%
Doane UniversityCrete99435,30035,3009,80099%20,472 100%22,350 71%54%
Hastings CollegeHastings95031,56031,5609,990100%20,328 100%22,201 470590182467%59%
Midland UniversityFremont1,19434,04034,0408,914100%19,956 100%22,894 460570182449%40%
Nebraska Methodist College of Nursing Omaha41916,28416,2849,60490%4,496 95%6,152 202497%69%
Nebraska Wesleyan UniversityLincoln1,67635,56435,56410,172100%20,879 100%22,867 530610222868%65%
Peru State CollegePeru1,0787,7047,7049,08885%3,357 92%5,774 34%
Union CollegeLincoln67224,62024,6207,170100%10,567 100%12,970 440560172693%46%
University of NebraskaLincoln19,4669,52225,82811,83082%7,401 83%8,863 560690222878%66%
University of Nebraska at KearneyKearney3,9417,75213,85410,45273%5,178 85%7,217 510585202685%56%
University of Nebraska at OmahaOmaha9,8687,98021,2449,92056%3,940 63%7,031 192683%50%
Wayne State CollegeWayne2,5727,20212,6628,27048%2,441 91%5,321 51%
York CollegeYork37019,31019,3108,450100%10,292 100%12,658 440510172257%47%

* Public and Private not-for-profit Universities & Colleges offering 4 year (Bachelor’s) degrees and with undergraduate enrollment of 200 or more during the 2019-20 fiscal year. Listing also includes community colleges that offer Bachelor degrees in addition to Associate (2 year) degrees. For-profit Universities & Colleges and 100% online/remote only schools are not included in this listing. All information as reported is from institutional data compiled by the US Department of Education.

Explanation of Table Headings:

% with FA from School: Percentage of full-time undergraduate students who received some form of financial assistance directly from the school. Financial Assistance (FA) includes scholarships and awards based on academic, athletic, financial need and other considerations.

Average FA from School: Average annual dollar value of financial assistance to  full-time undergraduate students who received  awards directly from the school.

% with FA -All Sources: Percentage of full-time undergraduate students who received some type of school, federal or other financial assistance.

Average FA – all Sources: Average annual dollar value of financial assistance to full-time undergraduate students who received some type of school, federal or other FA. Student loans are not included in this figure.

SAT & ACT Percentiles: Our data reports the 25th & 75th percentiles for SAT Math & ACT Composite scores of incoming students. Accordingly, the scores for the middle half of incoming students were within this range.

25% SAT Math & ACT Comp: 25% of the students admitted scored at this Percentile or below;  75% scored above this level.

75% SAT Math & ACT Comp: 75% of the students admitted scored at this Percentile or below; 25% scored above this level.

Adm Rate: Admission rate for incoming class – this is the percentage of total applicants who were offered admission and enrolled in the fall.

Grad Rate: Percentage of students who graduated within  6 years  from time of first enrollment.  The 6 year national graduation average for students seeking four year degrees is 59%. The 6-year graduation rate was 58% at public institutions,  65% at private non-profit institutions, and 32% at private for-profit institutions.