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The major strength of IANR's College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources (CASNR) lies in the quality of its students and faculty.
CASNR and its associated academic units provide a supportive, positive environment in which students are encouraged to develop their educations in the fields of agricultural sciences and natural resources. The student body contains a nice mix of students from Nebraska and surrounding states as well as a diverse population of international students.
The same can be said for CASNR’s educational partners, the College of Education & Human Sciences and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture which provide educational opportunities in education, home and family, and agricultural technology and systems.
Each college provides materials and programs to assist students in their pursuit of excellence. And there are several ways to get involved both academically and socially.
Explore the information and services that pertain to your needs by visiting websites for the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, College of Education & Human Sciences and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture and sign-up to have information sent to you.