A watchdog organization says nearly 100 University of Nebraska employees get privately funded job perks that include free cars and club memberships.
Common Cause Nebraska said Wednesday that the University of Nebraska Foundation and university boosters provide the perks.
The group says some staffers get a car, car allowances or memberships to country clubs, golf clubs or health clubs. Some get both a car and membership. The employees receiving the perks include all four campus chancellors as well as football coach Bo Pelini.
Jack Gould of Common Cause Nebraska says not being transparent about using private funds to pay for personal benefits to public employees could hurt NU's integrity.
Messages to the university and the foundation were not immediately returned Wednesday.