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Local Colleges and Universities in South Dakota

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Local Colleges and Universities in South Dakota
There are 30 colleges and universities in the state of South Dakota. Refer to the following table to find local schools in South Dakota sorted by university name. If you are interested, you can follow the link below to see its specific information. Please understand that all higher educational programs in South Dakota are listed here in alphabetical order.

Name of College or University Location
Augustana College Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Sioux Falls, SD
Avera McKennan Hospital School of Radiologic Technology Private not-for-profit, 2-year in Sioux Falls, SD
Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Private not-for-profit, 2-year in Yankton, SD
Black Hills State University Public, 4-year or above in Spearfish, SD
Colorado Technical University of Sioux Falls Private for-profit, 4-year or above in Sioux Falls, SD
Dakota State University Public, 4-year or above in Madison, SD
Dakota Wesleyan University Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Mitchell, SD
Headlines Academy of Cosmetology & Massage Private for-profit, 2-year in Rapid City, SD
Kilian Community College Private not-for-profit, 2-year in Sioux Falls, SD
Lake Area Technical Institute Public, 2-year in Watertown, SD
Mitchell Technical Institute Public, 2-year in Mitchell, SD
Mount Marty College Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Yankton, SD
National American University-Ellsworth Private for-profit, 4-year or above in Ellsworth Afb, SD
National American University-Rapid City Private for-profit, 4-year or above in Rapid City, SD
National American University-Sioux Falls Private for-profit, 4-year or above in Sioux Falls, SD
North American Baptist Seminary Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Sioux Falls, SD
Northern State University Public, 4-year or above in Aberdeen, SD
Oglala Lakota College Public, 4-year or above in Kyle, SD
Presentation College Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Aberdeen, SD
Si Tanka University-Eagle Butte Campus Public, 4-year or above in Eagle Butte, SD
Sinte Gleska University Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Mission, SD
Sioux Valley Hospital-School of Radiologic Technology Private not-for-profit, 2-year in Sioux Falls, SD
Sisseton Wahpeton College Public, 2-year in Agency Village, SD
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Public, 4-year or above in Rapid City, SD
South Dakota State University Public, 4-year or above in Brookings, SD
Southeast Technical Institute Public, 2-year in Sioux Falls, SD
Stewart School Private for-profit, 2-year in Sioux Falls, SD
University of Sioux Falls Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above in Sioux Falls, SD
University of South Dakota Public, 4-year or above in Vermillion, SD
Western Dakota Technical Institute Public, 2-year in Rapid City, SD

Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City, United States, South Dakota, by the Black Hills; 61 450 in. (2004). Trade center in mining and agricultural district, founded during the gold rush in 1876. City status 1882. Varied industry. Tourist Traffic. Mount Rushmore, where Danish John Gutzon Borglum has carved four presidents into the mountainside, is nearby. Today, the monument to the Indian chief Crazy Horse is carved. Outside the city stands an exact copy of the Borgund Stave Church, built 1968-69. Ellsworth Air Force Base, important military base. A flood after a rainfall in 1972 killed 235 people.

Pierre, South Dakota

Pierre is the capital of the state of South Dakota in the United States, and has 13,974 residents (U.S. Census, 2017). Located on the east bank of the Missouri River and in the state's geographic center, the city is the second smallest state capital in the United States. The town is named after fur trader Pierre Choteau jr. (1789-1865).

Commercial roads and culture

Most work in the service sector. Pierre is a regional trading center in an agricultural district (domestic animal husbandry and cultivation of cereals and maize, etc). Tourism at the Oahe Dam also employs many.

Attractions include Lake Oahe 8 miles north of town, the South Dakota Discovery Center & Aquarium, the South Dakota National Guard Museum and Fort Pierre on the west bank of the Missouri River.

History

Pierre was founded in 1880 as a Western terminus on the Chicago and North Western Railway. The city grew as a transhipment station for the mining industry and as a trading center for a large surrounding area.

Pierre became the capital of South Dakota upon the establishment of the state in 1889. The Capitol building was inaugurated in 1910. Lake Oahe, the United States' fourth largest artificially constructed water reservoir, was begun in 1948 and inaugurated in 1962.

Population

The population has risen slightly since 1970 except for a modest decline between 2000 and 2010.

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