The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) is one of nine academic colleges at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Residing within the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, CASNR enrolls over 3,300 undergraduate, graduate and professional students across 12 academic units that are engaged in the relentless pursuit of knowledge affecting all aspects of agricultural and natural resource systems to include food, water, energy, landscape systems, and people.
The college’s strategic priorities serve as the roadmap for the CASNR community to boldly shape the future and positively transform the lives of learners in Nebraska and around the world. These strategic priorities include:
- Be the place for diverse educational pathways at the nexus of food, energy, water, and societal systems (FEWS).
- Relentless focus and commitment to access and student success.
- Prepare a talented and diverse workforce to support economic growth and vitality for Nebraska and beyond.