Is the steady rise in tuition and fees limiting South Dakota’s labor force?

By Bob Mercer State Capitol Bureau PIERRE – South Dakota’s public universities and public technical institutes aren’t a bargain for South Dakota residents to attend, according to statistical reports and anecdotal evidence presented to the state’s new Council on Higher Education. Total costs for a full-time undergraduate student who was … Read Article

Center for Disabilities announces inaugural annual spring symposium

SIOUX FALLS – “Best Practices in Providing Services to Individuals with Disabilities” is the theme of the recently announced USD Center for Disabilities Spring Symposium, which takes place in Chamberlain, April 14-16. In the past, the Center for Disabilities held trainings and presentations like the Fall and Spring Autism Conferences … Read Article