|Creighton University||1878||2500 California Plaza, Omaha||4,075 ||See Creighton University (category) for more information.|
|Doane University||1872||1014 Boswell Avenue, Crete||2,950|
|Hastings College||1882||710 Turner Avenue, Hastings||1,093|
|Nebraska Wesleyan University||1887||5000 St. Paul Avenue, Lincoln||1,600|
|Bryan College of Health Sciences||1926||Lincoln||[ citation needed]|
|College of Saint Mary||1923||Omaha||1,063|
|Nebraska Christian College||1945||Papillion||150|
|Nebraska Methodist College||1891||Omaha||707|
|Summit Christian College||1951||Gering|
There are three regular campuses in the University of Nebraska system, along with several specialized facilities located away from regular campuses. The Nebraska State College System has three member institutions.
|Chadron State College||1911||Chadron||3,000|
|Peru State College||1867||Peru||2,327||Public, Four-Year Liberal Arts College|
|University of Nebraska at Kearney||1905||Kearney||7,100||See University of Nebraska at Kearney (category) for more information|
|University of Nebraska-Lincoln||1869||Lincoln||21,792||The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is an affiliate of UNL. See University of Nebraska at Lincoln (category) for more information.|
|University of Nebraska Omaha||1908||6001 Dodge Street, Omaha||13,824||See University of Nebraska Omaha (category) for more information.|
|University of Nebraska Medical Center||1880||Omaha||3,681||See University of Nebraska Medical Center (category) for more information.|
|Wayne State College||1910||Wayne||3,571||See Wayne State College (category) for more information.|
|Central Community College||Columbus|
|Little Priest Tribal College||Winnebago|
|Metropolitan Community College||1974||Omaha||45,291 ||Metro provides two-year programs.|
|Mid-Plains Community College||McCook||Oldest Community College in Nebraska|
|Nebraska Indian Community College||Macy|
|Northeast Community College||Norfolk|
|Southeast Community College||Milford|
|Western Nebraska Community College||Scottsbluff|
|Dana College||1884||Blair||550||Closed 2010. Founded in 1884 as a seminary for Lutheran ministry students and had remained a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It was later bought out by Midland University in the year 2013. Midland backed out of a purchase it will remain closed until further notice. |
|Grand Island Baptist College||1892||Grand Island||152||Closed in 1931 and merged with the University of Sioux Falls.  |
|John F Kenedy College||1965||Wahoo||John F. Kennedy College was founded in 1965 in Wahoo, Nebraska, one of six colleges started by small-town businessmen on the model of Parsons College in Fairfield, Iowa. The college was named after President John F. Kennedy. Due to a drop in enrollment and financial difficulties following the end of the military conscription draft in 1973, Kennedy College closed in 1975. JFK College athletic teams became known for pioneering early intercollegiate women's athletics. The softball team won the first three Women's College World Series championships in 1969-71. The women's basketball team, winners of several AAU titles, helped to further the diplomatic thaw in Sino-American relations in 1973 by representing the U.S. on a tour of games in the People's Republic of China, which was the subject of an article in Sports Illustrated.|
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