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Michaela Willis and Dennis Hedge present their current plans for SDSU’s opportunity center to students during the Oct. 26 listening session. This was the first of three sessions hosted by university officials to discuss opportunity centers.

New centers leave students, faculty out on a limb

Jordan Rusche, Editor-in-Chief (she/her) October 26, 2021

When Gov. Kristi Noem’s letter asking the South Dakota Board of Regents to investigate for “agendas” in state universities was brought up during a meeting of South Dakota State University administrators...

Collegian photo by KAITLYN LORANG 
Leah Irlbeck taps her phone to pay for her meal recently at The Market in the University Student Union. Friends Keelie Van Hee and Andrea Eisenschenk wait for their turn.

Search for efficiencies could lead to new food provider

Kaitlyn Lorang, Reporter (She/her) September 28, 2021

The vendor that provides dining services to South Dakota State University could be changing. The South Dakota Board of Regents issued a request for proposal (RFP) Sept. 13 that allows food service providers...

University faculty in S.D. fear that return to campus may lead to COVID-19 outbreaks (FULL)

University faculty in S.D. fear that return to campus may lead to COVID-19 outbreaks (FULL)

Bart Pfankuch, SUBMITTED, South Dakota News Watch July 25, 2020

The plan to return to face-to-face teaching and learning at colleges in South Dakota in August is causing great concern among faculty and staff who fear that campuses across the state could become sources...

University faculty in S.D. fear that return to campus may lead to COVID-19 outbreaks (ABRIDGED)

University faculty in S.D. fear that return to campus may lead to COVID-19 outbreaks (ABRIDGED)

Bart Pfankuch, SUBMITTED, South Dakota News Watch July 25, 2020

The plan to return to face-to-face teaching and learning at colleges in South Dakota in August is causing great concern among faculty and staff who fear that campuses across the state could become sources...

Board of Regents adopts system for face covering requirements

Board of Regents adopts system for face covering requirements

Jordan Rusche, Copy Editor July 22, 2020

The South Dakota Board of Regents has adopted a tiered system regarding face covering requirements for the 2020 fall semester. At the start of the semester on Aug. 19, face coverings will be required inside...

Guest Column- South Dakota Board of Regents

Guest Column- South Dakota Board of Regents

Paul B. Beran, Executive Director & CEO South Dakota Board of Regents October 15, 2019

Scientific American published a special report in 2014 on how diversity powers science and innovation. An article accompanying the report’s release observed that “being around people who are different...

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A look at the many monitors in the security operations center at South Dakota State University.

Security operations center launched on campus

Facing more than 20 million cyberattacks each day, South Dakota State University’s Division of Technology and Security and other South Dakota Board of Regents institutions are under constant stress....

MIRANDA SAMPSON

Enrollment drops 3.3 percent at SDSU

Brianna Schreurs September 24, 2018

Figures released Sept. 20 by the South Dakota Board of Regents show 12,107 students are enrolled at South Dakota State University for the 2018-19 academic year. The total is down from last year’s...

Arkansas Education Leader Named Board of Regents’ Chief Executive

Arkansas Education Leader Named Board of Regents’ Chief Executive

July 27, 2018

PIERRE, S.D. – The chancellor of the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith was appointed Friday to lead South Dakota’s six public universities and two special schools. Paul B. Beran will become the South...

Regents’ Executive Director Announces Plans

Regents’ Executive Director Announces Plans

April 14, 2018

SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS NEWS RELEASE PIERRE, S.D. – Michael G. Rush, executive director and CEO of the South Dakota Board of Regents since 2015, announced today his resignation effective May...

SDBoR approves increase in tuition and SDSU college realignment

SDBoR approves increase in tuition and SDSU college realignment

Brianna Schreurs March 29, 2018

This week the South Dakota Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory fees for the upcoming academic year and South Dakota State's realignment of colleges plan. Tuition will increase 3.0 percent...

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National enrollment trend hits home as SDSU, international numbers fall short

Alison Durheim October 25, 2017

South Dakota State’s fall 2017 enrollment decreased from last year and only half of South Dakota public universities experienced growth. According to the South Dakota Board of Regents, although SDSU...

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