Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is located in Curtis, Nebraska. The college is a coed, public, associate college which is regionally accredited. It is primarily a commuter campus.
NCTA occupies a 72-acre (290,000 m2) campus which adjoins the town of Curtis, Nebraska, on the northeast. The College also owns a 562-acre (2.27 km2) farm which serves as a field laboratory. The farm includes grain storage facilities, cattle growing and finishing facilities, and a completely diversified dry land and irrigated farming operation The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture was established in 1965 as a land-grant institution - known at that time as UNSTA. According to a researcher at Cornell College in Iowa, NCTA is the oldest college campus that was previously a high school and is still functioning today as an educational institution
The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA), an institution of higher learning, is dedicated to the development of innovative individuals for the agriculture industry and related sciences.