Here is the 2nd part:
University Campus Ideas (Part 2)
The following “city name” State Colleges become Campuses of Nebraska State U.:
Midland Lutheran: Nebraska-Fremont
Nebraska Wesleyan: Nebraska State-Lincoln
Creighton: Nebraska Tech-Omaha
Grace: Nebraska State-Omaha
Doane: Nebraska-Doane or Nebraska-Crete
Dana: Nebraska-Dana or Nebraska-Blair
Union: Nebraska Tech-Lincoln
You forgot Concordia University of Seward.
All of those are religiously affiliated, most Lutheran and and Methodist schools. Bellevue U, I believe, is not affiliated with any church. Nebraska Wesleyan is a Methodist university and among those state named Midwestern "Wesleyans" (Dakota Wesleyan, Kansas Wesleyan, Iowa Wesleyan, Illinois Wesleyan, Indiana Wesleyan, Ohio Wesleyan). Midland Lutheran and Dana are both affiliated with the ECLA Lutheran Church and Concordia is one of a number of Luthern Church Missouri Synod Churchs (there's one in Ann Arbor, MI, River Forest, IL, Milwaukee, WI area, Austin, TX, Portland, OR, Selma, AL and one in Alberta Canada, I believe.
Union College is Seventh Day Adventist. There are a number of Union College's in the nation, all affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
None of these would ever become state affiliated, except for maybe Bellevue. Doane is affiliated with the United Church of Christ, but that school seems to have a number of foreign students who come to learn to prepare for the TOEFL exam, so it could be more open to a state affiliation, but not likely.
Dana College is the almater of the late former US Senator of Illinois and 1988 Democratic Presidential Candidate Paul Simon ("The Bow Tie", but not the famous singer-songwriter).
Hastings College is affiliated with the Presbytarian Church and is the undergraduate almater of U.S. Congressman Dr. Thomas Osborne (R-NE 3rd District)/former University of Nebraska head football coach (1973-1997 -- College Football Hall of Fame) and current candidate for Governor of Nebraska.