Success Starts Here.
Student success at South Dakota State University is something experienced throughout your entire career here on campus. We want our students to succeed in and beyond the classroom. To accomplish this we offer a wide array of activities and services designed to assist students at all levels of their college experience. Make the most of your time here and be sure you check out all the services available at your fingertips.
Facilitating the transition from student to professional and helping students and employers connect are two goals that drive the services of the Office of Career Development. From students exploring career options and job possibilities to employers posting jobs and conducting on-campus interviews, we provide help both online and in person.
Disability Services recognizes that disability is an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to the campus community. To this end, the office collaborates with students, faculty and staff across the University community to create a usable, equitable, inclusive and sustainable learning environment.
This web-based document provides access to information about services and resources for students as well as policies and procedures. Please be aware that all students are responsible for reading and knowing the contents of this handbook.
SDSU offers two TRIO programs that support first generation and income eligible students in college access, preparation and success. Both programs provide proactive support systems that increase the probability of student success and graduation from college.
When you need a hand, we're here to help.
SDState’s academic programs are meant to be challenging, and that’s why we offer free tutoring to all SDSU students through the Wintrode Tutoring Program—to supplement what you are learning in the classroom.
Your advisor can help guide you through the many questions and decisions of academic life.
LeadState is a semester-long leadership development program designed for college sophomores. Students are nominated to participate by faculty and staff from across campus and can also self-nominate by sending an e-mail to the LeadState account indicating their interest in the program. Around fifty students take part in LeadState each semester, and over 800 students have completed the program since its inaugural year in 2009.
Prepare to make an impact.
If you want to make a difference in your life, career or the world around you, South Dakota State University offers an abundance of graduate study options to get you started.
For additional resources on student success, please visit the Student Success Model page and find what you are looking for.
Not finding what you are looking for? Please reach out to us.