South Dakota Community Colleges

South Dakota is home to a great selection of community colleges that offer students quality, affordable education. From the eastern plains of the state to the Black Hills and Badlands, South Dakota’s community colleges are located throughout the state in major cities such as Rapid City, Sioux Falls and Yankton.

Community College Location Enrollment
Southeast Technical Institute Sioux Falls 2,332
Lake Area Technical College Watertown 2,043
Mitchell Technical Institute Mitchell 1,167
Western Dakota Technical Institute Rapid City 1,037
Oglala Lakota College Kyle 874
Sisseton Wahpeton College Sisseton 609
Kilian Community College Sioux Falls 97

The largest community college in South Dakota is Southeast Technical Institute (STI). Located in Sioux Falls, STI offers more than 80 academic programs across a wide range of fields including business administration, computer information systems, engineering technology and health sciences. STI also provides career services to help students find employment after graduation and resources for those who are looking to transfer to a four-year college or university.

The second largest community college in South Dakota is Western Dakota Technical Institute (WDTI) located in Rapid City. WDTI offers over 60 certificate and associate degree programs as well as continuing education courses designed to help individuals stay up-to-date on the latest trends in their field or develop new skills for career advancement. Popular program areas include automotive technology; computer information systems; criminal justice/law enforcement; engineering technology; health sciences; hospitality management; marketing/sales management; paralegal studies; psychology/social work or web design/development.

The third largest community college in South Dakota is Lake Area Technical Institute (LATI) located near Watertown. LATI offers over 50 certificate and associate degree programs across a variety of fields including accounting/business administration, automotive technology, computer information systems, criminal justice/law enforcement engineering technology and health sciences as well as continuing education courses designed to help individuals stay up-to-date on the latest trends in their field or develop new skills for career advancement.

Other notable community colleges in South Dakota include Mitchell Technical Institute (MTI) located near Mitchell which offers over 40 certificate and associate degree programs across a range of fields such as accounting/business administration, automotive technology, computer information systems and health sciences as well as continuing education courses designed to help individuals stay up-to-date on the latest trends in their field or develop new skills for career advancement. Also worth mentioning is National American University with campuses throughout South Dakota which provides students with access to bachelor’s degrees from four universities without having to leave the area – Anderson University, Clemson University, North Greenville University or Southern Wesleyan University – making it an attractive choice for those who want a four-year degree but don’t want the hassle of relocating.

List of All Community Colleges in South Dakota

Below is a list of all community colleges in the state of South Dakota. For each college, you will see the name of current president, website URL,  street address, phone number, postal code and city location.

Kilian Community College

CEO/President: Robert  Smallfoot
Web Address: kilian.edu
Address: 300 East 6th Street
City: Sioux Falls
Zip: 57103
State: SD
Phone: 6052213100

 

Southeast Technical Institute

CEO/President: Jeff  Holcombe
Web Address: southeasttech.com/sti_web
Address: 2320 Career Place
City: Sioux Falls
Zip: 57107
State: SD
Phone: 6053677624

 

Western Dakota Technical Institute

CEO/President: Rich  Gross
Web Address: wdt.edu
Address: 800 Mickelson Drive
City: Rapid City
Zip: 57703-4018
State: SD
Phone: 6053944034

 

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