South Dakota State University is the state’s largest, most comprehensive higher-education institution. As South Dakota’s Morrill Act land-grant university, SDSU had a fall 2019 enrollment of 11,518, with students coming from 49 states and more than 70 countries. Students can choose from 82 majors, 35 specializations, 94 minors, 36 master’s degree programs, 15 Ph.D. programs and two professional doctorates. The university also offers courses at various off-campus sites as well as undergraduate and graduate programs online through the Office of Continuing and Distance Education.
The Division of Research and Economic Development works closely with university researchers, business leaders and other sponsors to promote faculty expertise aimed at solving real-world problems in society and industry. The university has positioned itself as a leader in agriculture and precision agriculture, remote sensing and life sciences. The research enterprise also capitalizes on expertise in digital technology related to agriculture and resource management.
Facilitating the transition from student to professional and helping students and employers connect are two goals that drive the services of the Office of Career Development. From students exploring career options and job possibilities to employers posting jobs and conducting on-campus interviews, we provide help both online and in person.
Succeeding at any university is exhilarating, but can have some difficulties. The Dean of Students is one of many resources to assist students in need. Here are some services provided by the Office of the Dean of Students for SDSU: Serves as the student Ombudsperson for the university; Supervises the Student Conduct Process; Chairs the Clery Report Review Committee.
Every student should have the opportunity to make the most out of their experiences to successfully earn their quality education at SDSU. Enrolling at SDSU is a cultural experience complete with new friends, new modes of instruction and a new environment. Because of all of this change, some students struggle along the way.
Living on campus is a jumpstart to students' learning and growth during their college careers at SDSU; residential students have everything they need to live, learn, and succeed conveniently located. Residence halls include furnished rooms, lounge areas, kitchens and laundry facilities.
In addition, the residence halls are located close to most academic buildings, dining options and SDSU activities and events.
The residential experience is also a great way to meet other students; with an open mind and an open door, students can develop lifelong friendships. Who knows who you'll meet at SDSU!
Briggs Library is open to the SDSU community and visitors.
The Active Learning environment is enabled by cloud computing. Basically, a "cloud" consists of networked computers that distribute processing power, software applications, and large systems amongst many types of devices (laptops, cell phones, etc.), giving students and faculty access to vast educational resources and information.
Welcome to the Student Health Clinic located in the Wellness Center at South Dakota State University. We specialize in college health. We offer high quality primary care services.
The mission of South Dakota State University Student Health Clinic and Counseling Services is to promote the health and wellness of the university community.
Want to take a tour of the South Dakota State University campus, but can’t make it to Brookings? Need a quick sneak peek of what’s in store before making a visit? View our online campus tour videos to get a quick synopsis of where over 12,000 students call home. There are over 168 buildings on campus, but here we have highlighted those that are most used by students and those who come to visit.
Jackrabbits near and far gather in our many athletic facilities to cheer on SDState.
Our state-of-the-art Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium, Student Wellness Center and Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic complex are used by not just SDState, but also by the Brookings community. Can you picture yourself here?
The Student Wellness Center has several state-of-the-art fitness machines and equipment, wellness classes and a conveniently located student health clinic.
The Student Wellness Center is connected to the Stanley J. Marshall Center where an indoor lap pool is located.
The Students' Association is comprised of all General Activity Fee-paying students at South Dakota State University. The Students' Association Senate is the official student government organization at SDSU, consisting of 28 senators representing each of the academic colleges and the student body president and vice president.
The Students' Association Senate serves as a representative body to bring the voice of SDSU students to university administration, faculty, and staff, state legislators and the South Dakota Board of Regents of Higher Education. The Students' Association also allocates student fee funds to support various campus entities, facilities, and many student organizations.
South Dakota State University has been granted the full, ten-year reaccreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. An accreditation team of representatives from peer institutions commended SDSU for:
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