The University of Nebraska’s state governmental relations team works to build productive relationships with the state legislature, governor, and other policy makers to increase understanding of the University’s role in Nebraska’s economic future.
The University of Nebraska is a state-funded agency, with approximately one-fourth of the operating budget coming from state funds. University representatives meet regularly with legislators to provide information on the financial needs of the university, as well as a variety of policy issues that impact higher education in our state.
The 106th Nebraska Legislature is now in session. To follow along with legislation impacting the University of Nebraska visit the official Nebraska Legislature Site.
University of Nebraska Advocates
The University of Nebraska Advocates are a statewide team of alumni, community members and friends who are passionate about the University and want to help raise awareness of its contributions to the state of Nebraska.
As part of the team, you'll be regularly informed about the challenges and issues impacting higher education in Nebraska. We'll share the latest on policy issues, we'll call on you when we need help sharing our story with state legislators, and you will be the first in line to stand up in support of the University of Nebraska. Become a University of Nebraska Advocate today!
Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure
The University of Nebraska, a registered principal with the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission, must comply with the requirements of the Nebraska Political Accountability and Disclosure Act. This document provides guidance on providing campus-specific gifts to state officials.