Featuring the advantages of an urban setting, the city of Lincoln, is
home to the University of Nebraska Campus and is only minutes away from the scenic
beauty and wide-open spaces of America's Heartland.
Living in Lincoln enables Nebraska student-athletes to enjoy the
of city life, while residing in a community that consistently ranks among the nations best in
overall quality of life.
As one of the nation's permiere public institutions, the University of
Nebraska is committed to undergraduate learning and world-class research. Quality
instruction is emphasized in Nebraska's 157 undergraduate majors, which are spread through
nine undergraduate colleges.
The Big Ten, known for
its athletic prowess, is highly regarded for its academic research enterprises. There is
nothing but upside for UNL to join the Big Ten.
Perlman, University of Nebraska
The University of Nebraska was chartered by the Nebraska Legislature
in 1869 as the state's public university and land-grant institution. Founded in Lincoln, the
University of Nebraska was expanded in 1968 into a state educational system now
comprising four campuses under the guidance of a Board of Regents and a central
The Don L. Love Memorial Library is the main library in the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln library system. Located on the southern edge of City Campus, it is
surrounded by two lovely botanical areas, Love Garden and Cather Garden.
Nearly every Husker sport enjoys a venue that ranks among the nation's best.
Nebraska provides its student-athletes top-notch game-day and
practice atmospheres in every sport. In 2011-12, the Nebraska men's and women's
basketball and wrestling programs will benefit extensively from the addition of the
Hendricks Training Complex at the Devaney Center. The new facility includes new practice
courts and a wrestling room along with expanded strength and condition and athletic
I think Nebraska fans
are the greatest fans in college football, no question in my mind. The enthusiasm here is as
good as any place, but the integrity here of the fans is the best in America.
Lee Corso, ESPN College Football Analyst
Nebraska football fans are perhaps the most loyal in college football. An
entire state follows the Huskers, along with an ever-growing national fan base, packing
memorial Stadium or every game since 1962. On Sept. 26, 2009, Nebraska fans added
another chapter to their rich history by celebrating the 300th consecutive sellout of
Memorial Stadium. The Big Red faithful packed a single-game record 86,304 fans into the
historic venue for Nebraska's 55-0 win over Louisiana-Lafayette.
All sports in Nebraska benefit from the loyal fan-base from the
intimidating confines of the Coliseum in volleyball and wrestling to the grandeur of Hawks
Field and Bowlin Stadium at Haymarket Park for baseball and softball.
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