USF students walking on campus in the fall.
Pam Gohl named Director of Athletics
  • December 7, 2018

University of Sioux Falls President Brett Bradfield today announced that Pam Gohl has been named the next Director of Athletics at University of Sioux Falls. She will begin effective immediately. In addition to being an NCAA Division II National Champion coach, an NSIC Coach of the Year and the 2009 Molten/Women’s Division II Bulletin Coach of the Year, Gohl has extensive leadership experience in athletic administration, holds a Master’s degree in Sports Management, and is a former student-athlete herself. Gohl is in her seventh year at USF.

Bridges Program continues to grow, benefits students and the community
  • November 15, 2018

Two years ago, as part of the University of Sioux Falls and Kilian Community College’s historic agreement, USF assumed ownership of Kilian’s Bridges program. Today the program flourishes as enrollment surpasses 100 students from multiple continents.

USF Theology professor publishes book
  • November 6, 2018

In her recently published book, The Significance of Singleness: A Theological Vision for the Future of the Church, Dr. Christina Hitchcock, Professor of Theology, challenges assumptions about “the problem” of singleness and offers a contemporary theology of singleness relevant to all members of the church.

Forbes names Sioux Falls top small city for business and careers—an advantage for USF students
  • November 2, 2018

A recent report by Forbes announced that Sioux Falls is ranked number one in the nation as the best small city for business and careers.

USF hosts history-making performance of ABLE: The Disability Chronicles
  • October 19, 2018

On Saturday, October 20th the University of Sioux Falls hosts a history-making performance of ABLE: The Disability Chronicles presented by Flutter Productions.

Peer and Professional Connections Make USF’s MBA Program Shine
  • October 16, 2018

Earning your Master of Business Administration degree can make a significant impact on your career and your life.

PBS President Paula Kerger to Visit University of Sioux Falls
  • October 4, 2018

PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger returns to South Dakota on Friday, October 12 to help with the official opening and ribbon cutting for the new SDPB Sioux Falls Studio. Later she will be speaking at the University of Sioux Falls. The events are free and open to the public.

USF community to volunteer throughout Sioux Falls
  • October 2, 2018

Faithful to USF’s mission of serving God and humankind in the world, the University has a long-standing tradition of encouraging students to integrate service into their everyday lives. To exemplify this spirit of service, USF devotes one day during the academic year—dubbed ’Culture for Service Day’—to serving in the community.

USF hosts South Dakota Supreme Court Oct. 1-3
  • October 1, 2018

The South Dakota Supreme Court is hosting its October 2018 Term of Court at the University of Sioux Falls at the Jeschke Fine Arts Center’s Meredith Auditorium on October 1, 2 and 3. Chief Justice David Gilbertson extends a special invitation to the residents of Sioux Falls and area communities to attend any of the Court's sessions.

USF hosts law enforcement conference this week
  • September 19, 2018

Today the University of Sioux Falls is honored to welcome over 250 law enforcement agents to its campus for the Dakota Chapter conference of the Midwest Gang Investigators Association. Darin Young, chief warden and director of prison operations for the South Dakota Department of Corrections gave opening remarks this morning.