Sioux Falls Community
Serving Sioux Falls.
Why is UC located in Sioux Falls? To serve the community. University Center was created to address the changing needs of Sioux Falls’ local economy and provide quality academic programs, lifelong learning opportunities and graduates to meet them. It’s a unique focus we’re proud of.
We’re big on academic partnerships.
Not only has University Center partnered with six state universities – we’re also connected with offices around the state including outreach sites at USD and SDSU.
We’ve partnered for community development.
Working with the Prairie Family Business Association, UC supports family businesses, networking opportunities and professional growth throughout the state.
Find a place to live.
Nearby, you can find University Hills Village offering low-cost living with community areas for students. Additionally, you can search for a place to rent in Sioux Falls by visiting SD Housing Development Authority or if you are looking to begin the process of purchasing a home in Sioux Falls and surrounding communities, you can start by educating yourself on the process via an affiliate of South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA), HERO which operates under the SDHDA Board of Commissioners appointed by the Governor of South Dakota. Another great resource is our local newspaper, the Argus Leader.
Community scholarships support us.
UC graduates are valuable to our community, and our scholarship supporters agree. Through generous gifts, businesses and individuals continue to contribute to University Center and invest in the future of Sioux Falls students.
Looking for assistance with child care, mental health, financial guidance, life crisis, etc.? The Helpline Center is your starting point for help as well as The Compass Center. Also, you are never alone in your personal and mental health needs! For any student, faculty, staff counseling needs, we have partnered with Stronghold Counseling--their staff of counselors are able to assist with a variety of needs. Also, Stronghold offers a sliding fee scale for those without financial resources.
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, check out how we can help you (See Room Reservations and Rentals)!
There will be no classes and UC offices will be closed on Native American Day.View Details
Posted: September 18, 2018
Featuring Sociology, Psychology, Human Development & Family Studies and Criminal Justice. Thursday, Sept 27 4pm - 6pm Avera Hall. Learn about these majors & network with professionals. FREE REFRESHMENTS.Read More
Fall 2018 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