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Lincoln, Nebraska (NE) Colleges and Universities

There are 15 schools within 25 miles of Lincoln, NE. Learn information pertaining to some of these schools, including net costs and graduation rates, to help you with your educational goals.

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Discover statistics related to colleges and universities near Lincoln, Nebraska. The following data, from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), examines net costs, student populations, and graduation rates of roughly eight of the more traditional schools that offer a variety of programs.

Closest Schools to Lincoln, Nebraska

You will find several institutions within a five-mile radius of downtown. There are two universities less than three miles away. If you are looking to study close to Lincoln, consider the following schools:

  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln (located 2.1 miles from downtown)
  • Kaplan University - Lincoln Campus (located 2.1 miles from downtown)
  • Union College (located 3.3 miles from downtown)
  • Southeast Community College Area (located 3.6 miles from downtown)
  • Doane University - Graduate and Professional Studies (located 4.6 miles from downtown)

Largest Schools Near Lincoln, Nebraska

The five largest schools near Lincoln are within a 22-mile radius of downtown. They all had student populations greater than 1,500 in 2015. For those interested in studying in a school alongside many colleagues, look into these institutions:

  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln (25,260 students; 20,182 undergraduates)
  • Southeast Community College Area (9,248 students, all undergraduates)
  • Concordia University - Nebraska (2,457 students; 1,478 undergraduates)
  • Nebraska Wesleyan University (2,049 students; 1,811 undergraduates)
  • Doane University - Graduate and Professional Studies (1,582 students; 606 undergraduates)

Find schools that offer these popular programs

  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Business
  • Communications and Journalism
  • Computer Sciences
  • Culinary Arts and Personal Services
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Legal
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Mechanic and Repair Technologies
  • Medical and Health Professions
  • Physical Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Transportation and Distribution
  • Visual and Performing Arts

Lowest Net Prices

Net prices are calculated by the NCES by taking the total program cost and subtracting the average financial aid given to full-time undergraduates. Five of these non-specialty schools had net costs below $21,000 for 2014-2015. Four of those schools are less than four miles from downtown.

  • Southeast Community College Area ($8,023)
  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln ($15,648)
  • Concordia University - Nebraska ($19,144)
  • Kaplan University - Lincoln Campus ($19,148)
  • Union College ($20,786)

Highest Graduation Rates

Graduation rates are determined by the NCES via full-time undergraduates who complete their studies in 150% or less of the normal amount of time. Of the five institutions with high graduation rates in 2015, all are 4-year schools, one is public and four are private not-for-profit.

  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln (67% graduation rate)
  • Nebraska Wesleyan University (62% graduation rate)
  • Doane University - Arts & Sciences (61% graduation rate)
  • Concordia University - Nebraska (59% graduation rate)
  • Union College (57% graduation rate)

If you are interested in studying near Lincoln, Nebraska, there are multiple options to consider if you are seeking schools with low costs, high graduation rates, and large student populations.

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