Chadron State College

Chadron State College

Chadron, Nebraska, United States Chadron, Nebraska, United States

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Founded in 1911,
Chadron State College (CSC) sits
nestled against the north slope of northwest Nebraska’s

beautiful Pine Ridge. With its roots in teacher education,

CSC has evolved into a comprehensive college offering

a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs

through on-campus and online courses in a variety of

fields of study. CSC takes pride in being financially and

academically accessible to a student population of more

than 2,200 and values diversity and inclusion in people

and thought.

Chadron State College seeks to harness impactful

experiences and outcomes for its students and

recognizes that student engagement and learning is a

principle component of its mission. While the College

serves students from around the globe, CSC retains a

special commitment to serve the residents and needs

of Nebraska’s High Plains region through education,

research, and public service programs. CSC has a

significant cultural and economic component to its

regional role, working creatively to ensure access

to quality educational offerings. A strong sense of

community, resilience to adversity, and a practical

approach have embodied the character of the College

and region for more than a century.

Chadron State College is one of three institutions that

comprise the
Nebraska State College System (NSCS).
Combined with Peru State and Wayne State Colleges,

the three colleges serve nearly 9,000 students and offer

more than 200 degree, certificate, and pre-professional

programs. The open-enrollment institutions partner with

the rural communities they serve to provide an engaging,

personalized, and rewarding college experience for

undergraduate and graduate students. The NSCS is

committed to providing a high-quality education that is

affordable and accessible to all students.

The State of Nebraska offers generous support for higher

education, ranking ninth in the nation in spending per

student, according to
U.S. News & World Report, and has
increased the amount of money it spends per student by

5.3 percent from 2008 to 2018

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