students working in Goodding Center

Academic Resources

Nebraska provides a variety of academic resources that will help you be successful. Questions about courses, overrides and degree requirements should be addressed to your academic adviser or the Student Services Center located in 279 Plant Sciences Hall.

Undergraduate Programs

FAQs for Prospective Undergraduate Students

FAQs for Current Undergraduate Students

FAQs for Internship

FAQs for Plant and Landscape Systems Degree Requirements

Nathan Donoghue Agronomy Club

Student Clubs and Organizations

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has over 350 clubs and student organizations, with six based in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture. These include the Agronomy Club, Horticulture Club, Range Management Club, Turf Club, Pi Alpha Xi (National Honor Society for Horticulture) and the Agronomy and Horticulture Graduate Student Association.

Our Student Clubs and Organizations

Soil Judging

Student Contest Teams

The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture sponsors extracurricular, intercollegiate contest teams which compete at both regional and national levels. These include the Crops Judging team, Soil Judging team, Weed Science team and Turf Bowl team.

Student Contest Teams

Jamie Dasenbrock Horticulture Club


The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture offers more than $130,000 in academic scholarships each year. Applicants must have a declared major of agronomy, horticulture, turfgrass & landscape management, or plant biology in CASNR, to be eligible.


Australian seacoast

Education Abroad

Faculty in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture offer short-term study abroad opportunities to learn more about your academic discipline. Destinations include Ethiopia, Argentina and Australia. For more information about these and other CASNR sponsored study tours, see the Education Abroad website.

Education Abroad


Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Creative Activity and Research projects are designed to promote undergraduate research in conjunction with a faculty advisor. The UCARE program solicits applications from eligible undergraduates for either academic year or summer awards. The program offers up to $2,000 for the first year and $2,400 for the second.


Crops Judging Team 2018

2021 Undergraduate Student Awards

Our undergraduate students earn numerous awards, fellowships and honors.

2021 Undergraduate Student Award Winners

2022 Undergraduate Student Award Winners

Dean’s List

Each semester, students having 12 university semester-graded hours with a minimum grade point average of 3.75 or above, are eligible for the CASNR Dean's List.

CASNR Dean's List

Undergraduate Student Services

Anne Streich

Anne Streich

Undergraduate Advisor
362D Plant Sciences Hall, East Campus
Bio Information


Tyler Quick

362H Plant Sciences Hall, East Campus