Black Hills State University is rallying 18,000 alumni and supporters around the first-ever Giving Day in school history. Thursday, Feb. 27, marks the 137th anniversary of the university’s founding and officials say there is no better way to celebrate than contributing to scholarships for future Yellow Jackets.
Black Hills State University will host the annual Jacket Job Career and Teacher Fairs Wednesday, Feb. 26, in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center. The event is for students and alumni.
Black Hills State University was named a Top 10 Military Friendly® School by VIQTORY media company. The university earned the Top 10 ranking in the small public university category. BHSU earned high rankings in the “Culture & Commitment” and “Military Student Support & Retention” categories of the Military Friendly® benchmarks.
South Dakota Secretary of Labor and Regulation Marcia Hultman, a graduate of Black Hills State University, has advice for young people preparing for their careers: Find a part-time job while you are young and be open to changes in your career expectations.
Black Hills State University President Laurie S. Nichols, along with students, staff, and the BHSU mascot Sting, attended the Board of Regents’ Legislative Welcome Reception in January. During the event, representatives from all Board of Regents universities spoke with state legislators about the value of higher education in South Dakota.