The University has four main funding sources:
- State-aided funding, consisting primarily of state funds appropriated by the Unicameral, and tuition revenue
- Revolving/Auxiliary funds, which are dollars generated and used by specific university entities, such as some academic departments, athletics, student housing, and parking services
- Grants and contracts that are awarded to the University for very specific purposes and include rules for how the funding may be spent
- University of Nebraska Foundation funding which is comprised of financial gifts from donors
Resources for more information about University funding:
UNL Funding and Cost Objects - This video (8:50) introduces the UNL's main funding sources and explains how funds are identified with the cost object numbering system.