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Education Team Tours Aggie Campus


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Students take part in a hands-on learning experience through Nebraska's Coordinating Commission on Postsecondary Education.

CURTIS – They came to college prepared to work, ask questions, learn, and weren't afraid to get their hands dirty.

Nebraska's Coordinating Commission on Postsecondary Education brought appointed members and staff to Curtis recently, making their first official visit in nearly a decade to the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture.

Their role: to see first-hand the programs, facilities and mission of the University of Nebraska's two-year campus which specializes in agriculture and veterinary technology.

"This was more intense and very specific, more so than in the past, we have seen one...

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