About Respiratory Care
Breathing is a privilege many of us may take for granted. However, those with cardiopulmonary diseases know just how hard breathing can be. At SDSU, you can become a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) and help patients breathe easier.
BREATHE-SD Scholarship for Students Pursuing the A.S in Respiratory Care
BREATHE-SD is a HRSA grant-funded project focused on increasing and strengthening the respiratory care and public health workforce in South Dakota.
Through BREATHE-SD, half-tuition scholarships are available to students pursuing an A.S. in Respiratory Care at SDSU. All A.S. degree requirements also count toward the B.S. in Respiratory Care.
There is no separate application for the BREATHE-SD scholarship; simply apply to the A.S. in Respiratory Care and you will be automatically considered for the half-tuition BREATHE-SD scholarship.
Explore Our Programs
The Respiratory Care Program offers associate and baccalaureate respiratory care degrees, to prepare graduates with demonstrated competence in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective learning domains of respiratory care practice, as performed by Registered Respiratory Therapists.
For more information, contact:
Director of Respiratory Care/Instructor
Department of Allied and Population Health
SDSU - Sioux Falls