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Our website can tell you only so much about our beautiful campus and innovative programs. The best way to find out if DSU is right for you is to see for yourself!

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Alumni & Friends

Alumni for a lifetime

You're only a student for a few years, but you're a Trojan for life.

We're proud of our alumni and what they accomplish when they leave campus. So if you're an alum, we encourage you to send us updates on career successes and important life events. We share this news through our alumni newsletter and magazine. Be sure to sign up for the alumni newsletter or check out the alumni magazine to share your own news and see what your classmates are up to today.

If you want to show your Trojan pride now that you're off-campus, you can order a DSU license plate or get involved with the alumni board. Be sure to stop by campus to visit or attend an alumni event throughout the year. We're always happy to see you!

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Support future alumni

Our students benefit from a range of scholarships that have been funded by alumni like you. If you are able to give, we invite you to learn more about the DSU Foundation or make a gift online.

“After attending a DSU alumni social gathering in Scottsdale, Ariz., I realized that I want to become more involved with my alma mater because of all the opportunities the school has given me.”

Victoria Sopko, Elementary Education '17

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Child of Alumni tuition rate program

Continue the DSU legacy and save money with the Child of Alumni tuition rate program.

Freshmen and transfer students that live outside South Dakota are eligible to receive in-state tuition if their parent or legal guardian earned a Dakota State degree.

To be eligible, students must have a 20 ACT and the rate applies to on-campus tuition only. For more information, please contact our Admissions Office at (888) 378-9988 or email admissions@dsu.edu.

News

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Be Great Over Break

As a lead up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day in January Dakota State is inviting employees and students to Be Great Over Break by giving back to their communities in a safe, socially distanced way.

Megan Zephier game design major and computer science minor at DSU.

Scholarships prove key to designing collegiate success

With a solid grip on the basics, Megan Zephier chose to embark on an education that would lead her towards her career goal. Now, she's a thriving game design major chasing her dreams.

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New CyberHealth Strategic Alliance

Dakota State University and Sanford Health have announced a new Strategic Alliance that will drive CyberHealth innovation and research, and create workforce and economic development opportunities for South Dakota.

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