USF News Feed
Four Reasons Now is the Time to Get Your MBA
- April 18, 2018
Whether you’re considering forging a career in the business world, or simply looking at ways to broaden your existing career opportunities, an MBA remains the premier degree for business success.
USF is bringing active shooter training to Sioux Falls region again
- April 9, 2018
University of Sioux Falls and the ALICE Training Institute team up again this summer to bring the nationally-recognized training program, ALICE Instructor Training, to the Sioux Falls region June 4-5.
USF Hosts Math Conference This Weekend
- April 6, 2018
This Saturday, University of Sioux Falls will welcome math researchers from across the region for the 19th annual Mathematics on the Northern Plains Undergraduate Research Conference.
Spring proves a great time to consider Master’s degree in Education programs
- March 15, 2018
As the snow melts and teachers prepare for summer sessions, now is an ideal time to review the upcoming Master’s degree programs at University of Sioux Falls.
USF welcomes the 19th annual Mathematics on the Northern Plains undergraduate research conference
- March 14, 2018
The University of Sioux Falls welcomes the 19th annual Mathematics on the Northern Plains undergraduate research conference on Saturday, April 7.
The New York Times best-selling author to headline USF Research Symposium
- March 13, 2018
The New York Times best-selling author Theresa Brown, RN, will be the keynote speaker for the 10th annual USF Research Symposium
USF hosts Fulbright Scholarship workshops for international opportunities
- February 26, 2018
USF is bringing the esteemed Fulbright Scholarship programs one step closer to its students, recent alumni, faculty and administrative staff.
USF and Sonia Sotomayor Elementary prepare for 2nd annual USF Spanish Immersion Day
- February 22, 2018
Registration is officially open for the 2nd annual University of Sioux Falls Spanish Immersion Day
Finishing Your Degree: What's Stopping You
- February 15, 2018
Returning to college after years away is daunting; many adults dismiss the idea because they believe there's not enough time in their schedule between work or parenting, that courses are too expensive, or that credits earned when they were younger couldn't possibly still count. At USF, we understand these considerations, and we work hard to keep higher education as accessible as possible for working adults.