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Sioux Falls Student Support & Resources
USD – Sioux Falls 
Science and Technology Building (FSC1)
Suite 220 (Second Floor)
4701 N Career Ave
Sioux Falls SD 57107
Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Welcome to USD – Sioux Falls Student Support & Resources Center

As a student at USD – Sioux Falls you have access to all of the resources the University of South Dakota has to offer. Our team will help you with everything you need, from on-site admissions support and academic advising, to career & internship connections, academic support and more. In addition, you have access to all of the student support the University of South Dakota has to offer. Our team can help connect you to virtual appointments or main-campus resources to meet your needs.


Planning Your Future Starts Here

Whether you are just starting your college journey or seeking an advanced degree, the USD – Sioux Falls faculty and staff are dedicating to your success in and out of the classroom.

Student Success Resources

Learn more about the resources we offer students to help them succeed.

The Math Emporium is here to help you succeed! The Math Emporium provides assistance for students taking Pre-College Algebra (MATH 095), Mathematical Reasoning (MATH 103), Finite Math (MATH 104), College Algebra (MATH 114), Survey of Calculus (MATH 121) & more! Students connect via Zoom - Monday-Thurs: 5p-8p & Fri 3p-5p Questions? Contact Steven Harding, Director, via 605-677-5970 or Steven.Harding@usd.edu.

Also, the USD-SF Math Lab is available with staffing to support students Monday-Thursday you can find Math help in FSC1-111 (Science & Technology Building).

Are you looking for support for a course that you are in and not sure where to go or is there another area of need that you have to support your journey toward success? Let us know via the link below!

Request Student Support

Taking a writing course or a course that demands writing? The Writing Center is available to help on all areas of your writing from developing ideas to revising & polishing your pieces. Receive one-on-one help with brainstorming, developing ideas, organizing & drafting, documenting sources, and using correct grammar and punctuation. Starting on August 29th, 2022 visit FSC1-212 on Monday/Wednesday/Thursday from 1:30p to 4:30p, stop-in or schedule an appointment in Coyote Connections.

Want to attend a Writing Workshops Online? Log into your D2L >> Online Writing Center. Prefer a ZOOM session? Log into D2L and select the Online Writing Center. In the navigation bar, select Communications >> Zoom Conferencing >> Zoom link. A writing consultant will be made available for you!

Questions? Call 605-677-5626 or email: wcenter@usd.edu.

Smarthinking, online tutoring, is an on-demand 24-7 tutoring option & provides support for most general education classes, as well as many upper division math, sciences, nursing, and business courses. Access Smarthinking via your Student Portal and choose "ST" for Smarthinking & log-in with your university assigned email.

Access Smarthinking

There are a variety of resources available to you, visit the Mental Health Resources webpage to see all the options. Need immediate mental support and/or resource assistance? Call 211 to reach the Helpline. Need a mental health counselor? Locally in Sioux Falls, there are a number of great options that include low-cost or sliding fee options for students:

Additionally, Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) provides free mental health support to students on a variety of topics, sign-in or register for an account using your USD Credentials:

Visit TAO

Library Resources

Librarians are available to help all students to find scholarly resources and more—whether it is a book/article, citing sources, etc. Both Steve Johnson & Caroline Bates provide reference help on these topics & can play a critical role in your research/writing needs! Stop by at the times below or schedule an appointment by messaging this email: library@usd.edu.

  • Steve Johnson (email: Stephen.Johnson@usd.edu): Wednesdays from 8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. | Office: FSC1-232 | Phone: 605-274-9576
  • Caroline Bates (email: Caroline.Bates@usd.edu): Tues-Thurs from 9 a.m - 4 p.m. | Office: FSC1-232 | Phone: 605-274-9576

Need electronic reference support? Visit www.libanswers.usd.edu on Mon-Thurs 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., Fri 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sun 2 p.m - 9 p.m.



Your one source to search for all materials

Search "One Search" (what is this?) for articles, books, movies, and newspapers all in one search.

Library Catalog   |  WorldCat@USD

Find articles and more in research databases:   |   Visit the full A-Z Databases for more search options.

Find journal titles with One Search

Search LibGuides for research assistance, subject/course guides, and more:

Visit our LibGuides home for more search options.

Request materials from other libraries through ILLiad:

Sign in with your USD email address and password.

Academic Support For You

The University of South Dakota offers tutoring, learning specialists and more to help you find success in your classes. Both on-site and virtual options are convenient and available to students in Sioux Falls.

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Departments & Facilities

Explore additional resources available to you at the USD – Sioux Falls campus.
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Sioux Falls Business Office

The Sioux Falls Business Office provides support to the faculty and students of USD – Sioux Falls.

Sioux Falls Technology Services

Your technology resource for USD - Sioux Falls.

Sioux Falls Testing Center

The USD – Sioux Falls Testing Center in provides a quiet, secure and comfortable environment for students to complete exams or study for the next big test.

student success story

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The instructors at the Sioux Falls location are skilled, intelligent people with years of experience in the field. When an instructor brings in guest speakers or does field trips it gives students a realistic view of what to expect after college. Each instructor brings a different element into this broad field and that diversity is paramount when it comes to the success of students.

Alyse Mikkelsen 

B.A. Criminal Justice '24

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