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SDSU's online degree programs ranked No. 12

Study.com named South Dakota State University’s online bachelor’s degree programs 12th in the nation in its 2019 rankings. According to Study.com, “all of this school's distance-learning courses are taught by on-campus professors who are proficient in their fields.

Fruits and Veggies Matter More

September is the month focusing on incorporating fruits and veggies into your diet. Check out our Welcome Desk at the Wellness Center to learn 30 ways to sneak more fruits and veggies into your diet! 

Eight species of fungus cause root rot in South Dakota corn

Eight species of Fusarium, a common soil fungus, have been identified as causing root rot in South Dakota cornfields.

Oglala Lakota College students explore agricultural research

Two Oglala Lakota College students explored careers in science and agriculture through the Future Agriculture and Science Taskforce Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates fellowship program this summer/

Move-In Weekend begins Friday

Move-In Weekend begins at 8 a.m. with fourth-floor residents.

Group Fitness Studio B Will Reopen Sep 3

The reopening of Studio B is anticipated for September 3. 

Forbes ranks SDSU in America's Top Colleges 2019

South Dakota State University was ranked in the top 11 percent of the 4,300 degree-granting postsecondary institutions in the U.S. SDSU was ranked No. 471 in Forbes’ America’s Top Colleges 2019.   The rankings are based on five general categories: alumni salary, student satisfaction, debt, American leaders, on-time graduation rates and academic success.

Nichols named a National Collegiate Honors Council Fellow

Tim Nichols, who served as dean of South Dakota State University's Van D. and Barbara B. Fishback Honors College from 2008 to 2016, has been named a National Collegiate Honors Council Fellow. Nichols took over as dean of the University of Montana’s Davidson Honors College in July after three years as an honors professor at the University of Wyoming.

All Home Connections ranks SDSU No. 1 in state

South Dakota State University is the “Most Instagrammable” college campus in South Dakota, according to a report by All Home Connections. The AT&T online retail affiliate analyzed hashtag usage data to crown the Instagram champion of each state.

Survey asks how community events affect Brookings residents

Events, such as the Brookings Summer Arts Festival, the Fourth of July celebration and Hobo Day, attract visitors to the Brookings community—that’s the goal. Vendors and hotels reap financial benefits and the events themselves enrich the lives of all residents, but more people can also mean more traffic and more trash, according to South Dakota State University assistant professor Xu Li of the De