University of Nebraska--Lincoln
The University of Nebraska--Lincoln was established in 1869 as the University of Nebraska (NU), a land-grant public university. In 1969, NU merged with the Municipal University of Omaha and the University of Nebraska Medical Center, forming the University of Nebraska system. At that time, the original NU became known as the University of Nebraska--Lincoln (UNL or UN-L). UNL remains the flagship university of the NU system.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
These records include bulletins that outline class schedules, courses of study, information about colleges, and guidance on choosing a major, earning a living, and services offered by the university. The content of the bulletins changes as information students required to successfully navigate the university also changed.
The records include copies of publications of university faculty printed by the University of Nebraska Printing Division.