Colleges and Universities in Nebraska
The Cornhusker State is a beautiful place at the heart of the United States. This proud Midwestern State is a great place for students to make their start. Nebraska is home to fifteen public colleges and universities as well as fifteen private colleges and universities. The state also boasts a number of trade and private associate degree schools, providing students with all types of opportunities to further their education.
Living in Nebraska
About 1.8 million people live in Nebraska. The big cities here include Omaha and the capital city of Lincoln, but most of the state is untamed wilderness and expansive farmland. About 87% of the people in Nebraska over the age of 25 have their high school diploma-well above the national rate of 80%. About 24% of Nebraskans over 25 have their bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income here is nearly $50,000 and the median cost of a home is just $88,000, making Nebraska an ideal place to start a family and purchase your first home.
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