A conference room in the newly remodeled David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union on the campus of Black Hills State University has been named in honor of Dr. Clifford and Karen Trump.
Black Hills State University recently received a gift of $37,919 from former educator, Edith Gutsche Anderson.
A lifelong interest in education motivated Anderson to leave this gift to the BHSU Foundation for scholarships. The funds will assist students from Butte and Meade counties with educational costs.
Black Hills State University recently received gifts from donors. “These generous gifts will provide significant financial support for BHSU students,” says Steve Meeker vice president of University Advancement. “All of us at the University appreciate the support. These gifts will provide needed financial support for students as they begin to transform their life by earning their degree.”
Campaign co-chair, alumnus, and Spearfish businessman Harvey Krautschun, Class of '72 and his wife Joy Proctor-Krautschun, Class of '73, have announced they are donating one million dollars to Black Hills State University.
The John T. Vucurevich Foundation recently donated an additional $72,500 for the scholarship program at Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University is hosting the 19th Annual Gold Dust Yellow Jacket Golf Tournament Saturday, June 27 at the Spearfish Canyon Country Club in Spearfish. Proceeds from the golf tournament will be used for scholarships for student-athletes at Black Hills State University.
A scholarship in memory of Catherine (Schmaltz) Jacobsen, a former nurse at Queen City Regional Medical Center in Spearfish, has been established at Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University recently received a $120,000 pledge for scholarships from Joe and Elaine Floyd from Sioux Falls.
Black Hills State University recently received a donation of $125,000 from Black Hills Corporation.
Bruce Byrum, president of First Western Bank in Spearfish, presents a $10,000 check to Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, president of Black Hills State University; and Steve Meeker, vice president for University Advancement. The donation is the third installment towards a $50,000 pledge to establish the First Western Bank Scholarship Endowment.
Black Hills State University student, Kimberly Ulmen, received the Williams and Ree Scholarship this year. Ulmen, junior composite instrumental music major from Kadoka, was awarded $1250. The scholarship is funded by an endowment from BHSU alumni Bruce Williams & Terry Ree.
Paul Sather, BHSU men’s basketball coach, (left) and Mark Nore, BHSU women’s basketball coach, (right) present a check to George Larson, American Cancer Society representative (center), following their participation in the national Coaches vs. Cancer at a Yellow Jackets home game last season.
The Black Hills State University photography program recently received cash donations of $18,000 as well as additional equipment donations with a value of $9,000.
Joseph Kissack, junior Black Hills State University music major from Moorcroft, Wyo., received a $600 scholarship from Lori Miller, co-owner of High Plains Booking.
The Center for American Indian Studies (CAIS) at Black Hills State University is sponsoring the second annual American Indian College Scholarship Gala Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Belle Luce Ballroom above Roma’s Ristorante in Spearfish. The reception will begin at 5 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6:30 p.m.
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