Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

Curtis, NE

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Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Student Essentials

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Student Essentials
Region: Midwest
Setting: Rural Setting
Type: Public
Affiliation: Not applicable
Size: Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
Website: ncta.unl.edu
On-Campus Housing Available: Yes
Selectivity: Open Admissions
In-State Tuition: $4,530
Out-of-State Tuition: $8,706
Retention Rate: 65%
Enrollment: 413
Year Established: 1965

About Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

Agriculturists in Nebraska seeking transferable associate’s degrees in agriculture studies would do well to look into the University of Nebraska’s College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Nebraska.

Academics offered at the school include four degrees with transfer options to the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and many other four-year institutions. These degrees are in:

  • Veterinary Technology Systems
  • Agriculture Production Systems
  • Agribusiness Management Systems
  • Horticulture Systems

Admissions require students to possess a high school diploma or GED and to have taken the ACT assessment test, with scores used for determining scholarships, advising, and guidance assistance.

Specialty programs designed for students to expand their knowledge in professional settings are also offered, like the 100 Acre Advantage Program, 100 Beef Cow Ownership Advantage Program, Agronomy Scholar Program, and Business Builders Program.

The college contains an exciting student life, with picnics, dances, movie nights, and intramural sports. Whether your interest is in the Rodeo Team or volunteering at the local church, the college has opportunities for you.

Junior or senior high school students may enroll in the college and receive college credit for their work. Online classes are also offered to accommodate students’ busy schedules.

On-campus housing and meal plans are available and required for all first year students. A limited number of rooms are reserved for second year students.

Eligible students may receive financial aid through grants, low interest loans, work-study programs and various scholarships, including academic, leadership, and activity scholarships, all offered by the Nebraska College. All scholarships require a high school transcript and ACT scores, with the leadership scholarship preferring additional letters of recommendation.

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Ratings & Reviews

Overall School Rating:

Rated 4 of 5 Stars 1 Review

100% of students gave Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture 4 stars overall.

Student Ratings

Student at This School - Grad Year 2013

Overall Rating

great school great.indoor arena I am learning to do things in my chosen field of ranching and horse management. It would be great if there were more financial resourses I have not had any complaints and have met lots of new people that I like. the rodeo club is a great experience but is a bit under funded.


Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Map & Location

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
404 East 7th
Curtis, NE 69025


Getting Around Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

Walkability

Good walkability. We think you’ll enjoy walking in this area.

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Weather

Seasonal average temperatures for Curtis, NE

Winter
Dec
40
13
Jan
40
12
Feb
44
15
Spring
Mar
53
24
Apr
64
34
May
73
45
Summer
Jun
83
56
Jul
89
61
Aug
87
59
Fall
Sep
79
48
Oct
66
35
Nov
51
22

Students

Total Students 413

Ethnic Diversity:

  • Caucasian: 94%
  • Unknown and Other: 5%
Caucasian 94%
Unknown and Other 5%

Undergraduate 100%
Graduate %
Full-Time 57%
Part-Time 43%
International 0%
Domestic 100%

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