Higher Education Center — West River
515 West Blvd. • Rapid City, SD 57701
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 24, 2005
Contacts: Steve Buchholz, School of Mines, 394-6082
Corinne Hansen, BHSU, 642-6215
Higher Ed Center Seeks Public Opinion
The Higher Education Center — West River invites area residents to participate in an online survey that will help determine how the center can best meet the region’s higher education needs.
The Higher Education Center — West River is a consortium of South Dakota public institutions of higher education created to promote, increase and enhance undergraduate and graduate education opportunities. Member institutions include Black Hills State University, Dakota State University, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, South Dakota State University, the University of South Dakota and Western Dakota Technical Institute.
The survey takes just a few minutes to complete, but the information collected will set the future course for the center. Visit www.rapidcityjournal.com/hec to complete the survey. All responses must be submitted by Wednesday, June 8.
“The Higher Education Center — West River exists to meet the public’s needs,” Brad Henrich, USD’s director of West River programs, said. “That’s why this data is so important. We will use it to make sure we offer the programs and classes people want and need.”
The center was established to provide a "one-stop shop" for all West River area students considering enrolling in higher educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Some courses and programs are taught at the center. The center's location at 515 West Blvd. near downtown Rapid City includes more than a dozen offices and a large classroom and houses representatives from several institutions.
Learn more about the center at www.sdbor.edu/hec-wr.
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