University Expects Budget Shortfall
LINCOLN (AP) - The chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says the university community must find ways to overcome an expected budget shortfall for the next school year. Chancellor Harvey Perlman shared the financial news with university staff in an email on Thursday. The amount of the shortfall is still being evaluated, but Perlman says the increase in spring enrollment didn't provide the revenue numbers administrators were seeking. A university spokesman says enrollment was up 1.2 percent this spring, compared with spring 2013.