Major in Agriculture
Nebraska Colleges offer world-class instruction on campuses across the state. We need students in all areas of the industry to bring their brains, bodies, and talents to study, innovate, and improve agriculture for a growing world population! Check up on the colleges by clicking through the tabs below!
The University of Nebraska
—Lincoln provides education to over 1,800 students studying agriculture in the College of Agricultural Scie
nces and Natural Resources (CASNR). As a four-year institution, students enjoy programing in 28 programs of study. Click to visit CASNR’s site!
Located in Curtis, Nebraska, the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) provides instruction in four agriculture program areas. With a s
mall-town atmosphere, NCTA is part of the University of Nebraska—Lincoln and provides students with agricultural opportunities with 2-year degree programs. Click to visit NCTA’s site!
Located in Chadron, Nebraska, Chadron State College (CSC) provides agricultural students experience in Rangeland Management and and Ecology. Visit Chadron State College’s site!
Wayne State College (WSC) is based in Wayne, Nebraska and provides instruction in Agribusiness. Industrial Technology teachers are also trained at WSC. Visit Wayne State College’s site!
Located in Columbus, Grand Island, and Hastings, Nebraska
Click to visit Central Community College’s site!
Located in Norfolk, Nebraska
Click to visit Northeast Community College’s site!
Located in Omaha, Bellevue, Fremont and Elkhorn, Nebraska
Click to visit Metro Community College’s site!
Located in North Platte and McCook, Nebraska
Click to visit Mid-Plains Community College’s site!
Located in Beatrice, Milford, and Lincoln, Nebraska
Click to visit Southeast Community College!
Located in Scottsbluff, Sidney, and Alliance, Nebraska
Click to visit Western Nebraska Community College’s site!