USF students walking on campus in the fall.
USF business students volunteer with VITA
  • April 14, 2016

This spring, USF business students helped the Sioux Falls Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) complete over 330 tax returns. The volunteers assisted in the taxpayers getting $185,121 of Earned Income Credit and total refunds of $437,281.

Ceca Cooper selected to present her artwork in Governor’s Biennial Art Exhibition
  • April 8, 2016

In recognition of her significant achievements in the visual arts, Associate Professor of Art Ceca Cooper was selected as one of ten artists from across the state to present her artwork as part of the South Dakota Governor’s 7th Biennial Art Exhibition.

USF to host ALICE Instructor Training on June 2-3
  • April 5, 2016

The University of Sioux Falls and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Training to USF on June 2-3.

USF introduces new chapter of Sigma Delta Pi
  • April 1, 2016

The University of Sioux Falls is proud to announce its new chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, a national collegiate Hispanic honor society. Four students will be inducted into the chapter on Sunday, April 10 at 12 p.m. in the McDonald Center.

USF to host South Dakota Academy of Science’s Annual Meeting
  • April 1, 2016

The University of Sioux Falls will host the 101st Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Academy of Science on April 8-9.

Art students serve community through ReStorAtion Art Auction
  • March 20, 2016

Associate Professor of Art Ceca Cooper’s sculpture class is serving the community through Habitat for Humanity’s ReStorAtion Art Auction.

USF partners with Dispatch Project, impacts Haitians
  • March 8, 2016

USF’s motto Culture for Service inspires faculty, staff and students to impact the world for Christ and serve those in need. Through a partnership with Dispatch Project, USF sponsored three students on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. Theology and Philosophy major Luke DeBoer ‘17, Nursing major Rachel DeBoer ‘16 and Elementary Education and Special Education major Allie Thiesse ‘18, along with a team of nine, worked on a construction project to build a house for a local church pastor.