Established in 1869
Offers to Young Men
and Young Women
Excellent Opportunities for a
Collegiate, Technical, and
THE UNIVERSITY IS THE CROWN OF THE FREE
PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OF THE STATE
In it is found the Continuation from the Twelfth Grade in the High Schools of the
State, through the Nineteenth Grade.
The University of Nebraska comprises the following named
colleges and schools:
The Graduate School; the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts; the Industrial College, including Courses in Agriculture,
Engineering--Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical--and the General
Sciences. The College of Law; the School of Agriculture; the
School of Mechanic Arts; the Sugar School; Special Profes
sional Courses; General Preparatory Courses in Law and Jour
nalism and in Medicine; the Summer School; a Teachers' Course,
and the School of Domestic Economy.
The expenses of living are extremely low, ranging from
$125 a year upward.
Tuition is free, excepting a nominal matriculation fee of five
dollars, and a reasonable tuition fee in the Profesional Schools
of Law, Music and Art.
The Calendar will be sent free to all persons who apply
For the Calendar, or any information that is desired,
address, GEORGE E. MACLEAN,
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I notice the format changed on this particular page when I look at the previous page that includes the two pages I transcribed for the 1898 yearbook. I put chancellor, and Lincoln, Nebraska on separate lines but the previous page put them all together. Also I put dashes on a new line after University education but the previous page put the dashes on the same line.