Aggie Alumni President David Fulton invites you to become a supporter and member of the Aggie Alumni Association -- FREE membership for 2022! This page shares updates on activities and news from the Association and your Aggie alumni friends. To stay connected with classmates from your Aggie years at high school or college, be sure to "Update Contact Info" below for your alumni record. Aggie Alumni membership is open to all graduates of NCTA-UNSTA-UNSA-NSA (or a family member) and Honorary Members. At the June 23 Annual Meeting of the Aggie Alumni Association, the board unanimously approved a motion to waive membership fees for 2022. We want YOU to be an informed and active Aggie alumnus!
Calling all basketball athletes! UNSTA-NCTA basketball teams from 1976 to 2006 are invited to return to campus this summer. Coach Del Vanderwerff invites Aggie athletes for a basketball practice and reunion on Saturday, July 30. Help him spread the word for the afternoon gathering from 1 to 5 p.m. For details, or to RSVP, email Coach Del at firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE DATE - Saturday, November 19, the alumni association board of directors is planning a gathering for all UNSTA-NCTA alumni and friends in Lincoln. The Aggies will have a football “tailgate” indoors at the Animal Science Complex of East Campus at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Alumni recognition awards will be presented. Let's join with friends from the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources as Nebraska takes on Wisconsin in Lincoln. We hope to see many of you there!
2019 Aggie Alumni at Broken Bow
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