In-person and hybrid classes, to-go meal options and mask requirements: What fall will look like at Augustana University.
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From higher education to lifelong learning, here’s how the Sioux Falls area is getting educated.
There’s no cybercamp this summer, but that hasn’t stopped young women from 26 states and seven other countries from learning virtually with DSU.
“It’s both a short- and long-term message: We have opportunities and a great place to live right after graduation, and as you develop professionally here, you’re going to find a fantastic career path awaits.”
Chinese history, global understanding and peacemaking, and decades in higher education all helped prepare Dakota State University’s newest leader for his role as head of the College of Arts and Sciences.
He fell in love with the school as soon as he stepped on campus. Years later, he’s DSU’s new dean of the Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
Their final year in college might have been the most unpredictable yet — but that hasn’t stopped this class of 2020 from making great career moves.
Personal relationships, virtual admissions sessions and lots of flexibility for recent graduates are helping Augustana give prospective students a feel for what the university is all about.
Not only are you pretty much guaranteed to get a job with a new Wi-Fi and broadband technology degree, but the school offering it has more interest from employers than it has students.