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We celebrated 50+ years of Aggie Alumni with classmates and friends, and honored classes ending in 0, 1, 5, or 6! Aggie Food Services served a delicious luncheon for 102 guests in The Barn.  What a FUN time we had reminiscing and sharing stories from all in attendance. 

Thank you to retiring president Ann Ramm Bruntz, and welcome to incoming president David Fulton. 

Aggie Alumni Scholarships were awarded to Allison Wilkins, Gibbon and Morgan Preston, Wright, Wyo.

Watch this page for updates on news, awards, and the next Aggie Alumni Board meeting!

Aggie Alumni Day Agenda
9:00AM Alumni Board Meeting
10:00AM-11:00AM Registration
10:00AM-1:45PM Silent Auction
10:00AM-4:00PM Aggie Store Open
11:30AM Luncheon
12:00PM-1:30PM Alumni Program
1:30PM-4:00PM Campus Tours
2:00PM-4:00PM Dean’s Residence Tours

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About the Aggie Alumni Association

Thousands of young agriculturalists have graduated from our institution in Curtis, Nebraska. We invite any student or graduate to join the Aggie Alumni Association and participate in events, scholarship programs and financial support of your alma mater.

The existing UNSTA-NCTA Alumni Association represents all college alumni and encourages membership of all high school alumni of NSA and UNSA (1913-1968) as well.

The campus officially opened in September, 1913 as a regional high school and had two names during its 55-year history as a high school, and two names since becoming a college in 1965. These titles include:

  • Nebraska School of Agriculture (NSA) 1913-1945
  • University of Nebraska School of Agriculture (UNSA) 1946-1968
  • University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture (UNSTA) 1965-1994
  • University of Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) 1994-present

Questions? Contact Josi Arnold at or (308) 367-5200