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Join a Student Group or Club: Meet students with similar interest areas. Make a difference and stay engaged in the campus community. From Diversity, Religion, and Fitness to Gaming, Gardening, and Reading, any group is possible! Click here for details on joining a student group or the process to create your own!
Join the All Students Welcome Club (ASW): UC's ASW club provides a welcoming space for students to collaborate with one another and the community, enhance personal growth, and acknowledge what makes us all unique.
Attend Exploration Nights: Exploration Nights introduce current and prosepctive students to degtree and careeer opportunities in their field of interest. University Center professors and Sioux Falls community leaders share experiences and advice to guide students to a successful future.
Volunteer: Check out UC’s Career Blog for volunteer opportunities in the community.
3rd Thursdays: Join us on the third Thursday of every month for free fun events at UC! All students, friends, and family are welcome!
Join the Sociology Club: UC's Sociology Club gives students an opportunity to meet other students, learn about sociology careers, network with potential employers, discuss ideas, practice leadership, contribute to the community, and improve their resume.
Student Success Labs: Fun, hands-on activities focused on devoloping your academic, personal, and professional skill sets. Topic areas include: time management, leadership development, study skills, understanding your learning style, motivation & goal setting, networking, and personal wellness.
FAFSA Open Labs & Workshops: Received one-on-one assistance completing your FAFSA application. To attend these open labs, you will need to bring: 1. Personal Identifier Information: SSN#, DOB, Alien Registration # (if Non U.S. Citizen) 2. Tax Information 3. W-2's & Other Records of Income.
Posted: April 18, 2019
Carmen Simone has 700 reasons behind her decision to become the leader of the University Center in Sioux Falls: That’s how many area students she estimates don’t go on to any post-secondary education after high school.Read More