Would you like to observe a BHSU class to enhance your knowledge of a subject?
Alyce Schavone, a retired Spearfish resident visits with BHSU history professor Dr. David Wolff. Schavone attended his BHSU history class with a Visitor Pass, a new initiative that allows community members to expand their knowledge and experience the learning opportunities at the University.
BHSU now offers a Visitor Pass! For $100 you can observe a class on a space available basis. There is a limit of two classes per semester, and no college credits will be earned.
To get your Visitor Pass call after the following date 605.642.6044:
Summer - two weeks before class starts
Fall - two weeks before the semester starts
This program is designed to provide the public with the opportunity to visit classes without the need to complete assignments or tests. However, since the fee is significantly less than the usual tuition and fees, visitors will not participate in class activities unless invited by the instructor. This program is a non-credit offering, and participants will not be admitted to the university. No grades will be assigned and no transcripts will be available. Participants must purchase a parking permit if they intend to park a vehicle on campus.
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“The Visitor Pass will provide residents of this region the opportunity to expand the depth and breadth of their interests and be exposed to the outstanding faculty members leading the innovative high-quality educational opportunities at Black Hills State University,”
BHSU President Kay Schallenkamp