A State Education in Sioux Falls
People pursue a college education for a lot of reasons. Our partner universities offer a lot of options, with graduate, bachelor’s, associate degrees and certificate programs all available right in Sioux Falls with convenient day and night courses.
The University Center location is great for all ages. From recent high school graduates to adult and non-traditional learners, UC knows students need to balance their college education with jobs and families. And with exceptional affordability, you can pursue a quality post-secondary education for a lower cost.
Decide if you should pursue a degree.
How can I move ahead?
You see a glass ceiling dictating how far you can go in your job or your life. Or maybe you just need a career change. Either way, you're wondering if a college education could take you somewhere better and help you accomplish your goals.
What degree or career is right for me?
You've decided that a degree could be in the cards for you. Now it's time to decide which one. What are your passions? Which could you make into a career? And what degree program is going to get you there? Take a look at graduate, bachelor's and associate's degrees.
How does college fit into my life?
Going back to school will change your life, but at the same time, it can still fit into the life you already have. Look for a school with a great location, flexible courses, tuition that fits your budget and transferable credits. It's possible to pursue a degree while keeping your existing job and without relocating. Get the facts on UC.
I'm going to enroll.
You've made a smart decision for your future. Once you've committed to earning a degree, you can apply and start exploring options for financial aid, scholarships and more. Congratulations – you're on your way!
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Posted: September 4, 2018
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