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Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
Three-story brick building
Type Public technical college
Established1965
Students300
Location, ,
United States
Campus Rural
Website www.ncta.unl.edu

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is a public technical college in Curtis, Nebraska. The college is part of the University of Nebraska system.

History

The Nebraska Legislature passed a bill to establish a Nebraska School of Agriculture as a boarding school for high school students in 1911. Curtis was selected as the site for the new school, over 11 other applicants in the state. Classes began in 1913. [1]

In the 1960s, the Nebraska Legislature passed legislation to convert the school to a post-secondary agriculture school, the University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture (UNSTA). The college opened in 1965. [1]

UNSTA was adopted by the University of Nebraska system as the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis in 1994. [1]

Academics

Students at the college may seek A.A.S. degree, A.S. degrees, or certificates in agribusiness management, agriculture production systems or veterinary technology. [1]

Campus

NCTA and its earlier institutions have continually operated with business offices and the administration located in the first building on campus, Agriculture Hall at 404 East 7th Street, Curtis.

References

  1. ^ a b c d Technical Agriculture Education in Curtis, Nebraska, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (2013).

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NEBRASKA COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL AGRICULTURE Latitude and Longitude:

40°38′09″N 100°30′39″W / 40.63583°N 100.51083°W / 40.63583; -100.51083