Our Facility is Public
UC’s newly designed campus is open for the public to enjoy. We’ve hosted political town hall meetings, mayoral debates, training seminars, public discussions, and other events contributing to community progress (see Room Rental Policy and Room Rental Cost). Think of how we might host your next event or meeting at our state-of-the-art facilites. We have rooms that range from 8 seat Conference Rooms to a 131 seat auditorium (Avera Hall); additionally, almost all rooms have a computer, A/V equipment, and a projector. Want to check room availability before submitting a request? See our Online Webviewer to see available rooms at University Center!
Click Here to Schedule a Digital Dakota Video Network Meeting (DDN)
Are you looking to reserve a room for a DDN Conference? The Digital Dakota Network or DDN is a statewide interactive video communications system using compressed digital technology to provide a "meeting pipeline" across the State of South Dakota and the global community. This video component connects the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of state government, the Board of Regents, private universities, the four public technical schools, municipal governments and the K-12 community. Video sites or studios are located in government facilities, public and private universities, technical education institutions and high schools. Any business, school, organization, agency or individual may use the DDN video system for instruction, training, meetings and presentation purposes.
Room/Space Schedule Request at University Center (Non-DDN)
Complete the following form to begin the process of reserving a space(s) at University Center:
There will be no classes and UC offices will be closed on Native American Day.View Details
Posted: September 22, 2017
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Melody Jewell - recipient of University Center's annual Excellence in Teaching Award 2017!Read More
Fall 2017 Mid-term Deficiencies Due; instructors are required to send midterm deficiency notices on behalf of students who are at a grade below C allowing students time to take action, discuss with advisors, and talk with instructors about improvement.View Details