University of Nebraska, Historical Expenditures


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Fiscal years ended June 30, 20xx

Sources: Nebraska Annual Budgetary Report for the year ended
June 30, 2018 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 28-39
June 30, 2017 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 28-40
June 30, 2016 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2015 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2014 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2013 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2012 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2011 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2010 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2005 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-53
June 30, 2000 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 44-57

The University of Nebraska was founded on February 15, 1869, less than two years after Nebraska became the nation's 37th state. The original goal of this new land-grant university was, "To afford the inhabitants of this state with the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various branches of literature, science, and the arts." This goal has stood the test of time, inspiring the university's dedication to the education of students, research in a broad range of disciplines, and service to the state's citizens.

The University of Nebraska is the state's only public university. It became the first institution west of the Mississippi River to offer graduate education in 1903. Founded in Lincoln, the university included a medical center in Omaha beginning in 1902.

The University was reorganized under a 1968 act of the Nebraska Legislature. The legislation provided for the addition of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (formerly the municipal University of Omaha) and designated the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Medical Center as separate campuses. In 1991, the University of Nebraska at Kearney (formerly Kearney State College) became a campus of the university. The university also includes many research, extension, and service facilities statewide.

http://www.nebraska.edu/

Agency Historical Expenditures

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YearPersonal ServicesOperating ExpensesTravelCapital OutlayGovernment AidTotal
2018$1,317,662,493$680,314,586$40,933,797$200,868,938$439,641,704$2,679,421,518
2017$1,274,331,314$682,635,072$41,810,570$356,518,691$425,867,253$2,781,162,900
2016$1,194,071,995$643,220,140$42,400,343$362,406,292$403,245,519$2,645,344,289
2015$1,159,473,435$637,417,535$40,905,950$247,800,851$399,483,262$2,485,081,033
2014$1,116,160,872$617,606,713$35,272,983$221,571,961$390,742,642$2,381,355,171
2013$1,083,503,597$596,622,165$35,819,453$214,673,258$381,311,825$2,311,930,298
2012$1,053,902,154$604,266,602$33,840,971$164,419,800$383,269,092$2,239,698,619
2011$1,019,782,947$585,735,522$30,958,632$158,852,063$373,125,166$2,168,454,330
2010$985,772,666$532,047,165$28,951,388$226,330,607$305,640,632$2,078,742,458
2009$945,151,040$528,830,969$29,730,957$209,427,735$268,231,208$1,981,371,909
2008$899,997,633$497,640,380$28,948,485$164,087,598$243,776,352$1,834,450,448
2007$847,588,333$475,296,521$27,557,054$107,856,768$229,329,590$1,687,628,266
2006$808,969,538$448,741,344$26,805,552$128,331,183$217,237,377$1,630,084,994
2005$761,620,624$437,609,942$24,133,013$149,190,485$205,583,697$1,578,137,761
2004$726,861,174$387,332,329$21,770,789$144,483,993$194,646,748$1,475,095,033
2003$723,177,202$360,091,143$18,953,199$84,590,142$174,534,402$1,361,346,088
2002$685,104,270$377,684,577$15,396,352$115,572,625$154,920,317$1,348,678,141
2001$627,089,600$351,954,927$15,741,038$115,358,434$143,797,846$1,253,941,845
2000$591,001,371$333,294,265$15,444,767$84,948,674$128,195,060$1,152,884,137
Total$17,821,222,258$9,778,341,897$555,375,293$3,457,290,098$5,462,579,692$37,074,809,238

Sources: Nebraska Annual Budgetary Report for the year ended
June 30, 2018 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 28-39
June 30, 2017 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 28-40
June 30, 2016 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2015 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2014 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 27-39
June 30, 2013 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2012 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2011 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2010 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-52
June 30, 2005 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 42-53
June 30, 2000 - Schedule of Expenditures by major account category, pages 44-57