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There is so much about college to explore—majors, campus life, career possibilities and more. If you’re a high school junior, now is the perfect time to start looking at colleges and narrowing down your options.
So, we’ve arranged a special visit day just for high school juniors and their families to learn about all the important aspects of college life and get to know SDSU.
Junior Day is a jam-packed day of fun and information. Plus, it’s a great way to kick start your college search, and you’ll be well on your way to finding the right fit for you.
The Honors College Visit Day at SDSU is a program designed specifically for high school juniors and seniors who have excelled as both students and student leaders throughout high school.
During the program, students and their families will have the opportunity to get to know SDSU and our Honors College and find out why both might just be the perfect fit.
Students eligible for Honors College have a minimum ACT of 27 or rank in the top 10 percent of their high school class.
Jackrabbit Previews are group programs designed for high school students and their families to explore SDSU and to meet other students who are considering us, too. The program is offered on most Fridays during the school year and Easter Monday.
You’ll learn about academic programs, student activities, financial aid, housing and other aspects of college life at State. The program also includes a campus tour as well as academic appointments with department representatives from your chosen field(s) of study.
Baritone William Sharp will hold a guest artist recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Peterson Recital Hall on the South Dakota State University campus.
Sharp is in South Dakota to perform with the South Dakota Symphony’s Music Unwound program.
Known as one of the foremost interpreters of the music of Charles Ives, he has been praised by The New York Times as a “sensitive and subtle singer,” and has garnered critical acclaim for his works in recitals, operas and recordings.
Experience the joy of giving while supporting wellness @ Jack’s Cupboard (student food pantry)!
Healthier Food Item Donation Suggestions:
Grains 100% Whole Grain Bread, Flatbread, Tortillas and Pasta, Breakfast Cereal (whole grain & low sugar)
Oatmeal (low or no added sugar), Brown Rice, Quinoa
Dairy Lowfat or Non-Fat Shelf Stable Milk (evaporated or powdered milk)
Free screenings for glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol
Communication is at the heart of efficient, high-quality health care and health outcomes. Students with a health communication skillset bring valuable skills to careers that impact people’s lives. Learn more about the 18-credit, interdisciplinary minor at our Information Table in on Main Street near the Market in the University Student Union.