Support the College Rodeo team, participate in and attend livestock shows, roping club events, and help sponsor a high school rodeo.
You'll build awareness of business activities important to the economy, and establish a network of business contacts.
Stay current on issues affecting the beef industry through guest speakers and tours of beef facilities. As a club member you may attend the Nebraska Cattlemen's convention.
Develop your leadership skills through service to local high school chapters. Participate in local projects, professional growth, and travel opportunities.
Open to all first- and second-year students who wish to support women who are studying agriculture and planning ag-related careers. Guest speakers cover personal and professional growth, and social issues. Members may attend the annual Women in Ag Conference.
Continue your interest in 4-H and expand your leadership skills by helping local clubs, assisting at the county fair, and attending regional collegiate 4-H meetings.
Become knowledgeable about issues affecting agriculture and ag policy development, and attend Farm Bureau's annual meeting, and the Young Farmers and Ranchers conference
Activities include campus landscaping projects; and plant and vegetable sales throughout the year to raise money that club members can use to attend professional meetings, seminars, and workshops.
Shoot once per week and have a better understanding of shooting sports. Compete in an Intramural Tournament and promote a friendly level of competition.
Interested in exotic animals, wildlife, or ecology and want to travel? The Safari Club plans an educational trip each year, and shares the experience through a public presentation.
Vet tech majors engage in social, educational, and community service activities to help prepare for active participation in state and national technician organizations.
Join this academic-based activity to enhance your communication and decision-making skills while improving your ability to evaluate livestock. The team competes throughout the year, and travel is required.
Compete against your own skill level, whatever that may be, at approximately eight American Stock Horse Association shows each year. Besides showing horses, you'll attend horse training workshops to improve your skills. You do not need a horse to join.
Allows college-bound cowgirls and cowboys to have the best of both worlds – boots and books! The NCTA Rodeo Team competes in the Great Plains Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
Student interest generates the sports that are played in the NCTA Intramural Sports. Men and women participate in basketball, volleyball, flag football, and softball every year. Other activities like ladder golf, bocce ball, Texas Hold' Em, Wii, and Xbox 360 tournaments are also held.
Phi Theta Kappa is an honorary society whose purpose is that academic excellence among community and junior college students may be nurtured; that opportunity may be provided for leadership training; that an intellectual climate may be promoted for an interchange of ideas and ideals; and that scholars may be imbued with desire for continuing education. Membership is earned by qualifications, honor, and service.