About University Center
What are the hours of operation at University Center?
Click on the department below to view their hours of operation:
What student services are available at University Center?
Students have an array of help and support at University Center. See the links below to check out each area:
Where can I park my car?
Students may park in any lot that is not designated as “Staff/Faculty” or “Visitor” parking. A parking permit is not required. All students registered for University Center courses will be assessed a $15.00 Parking Fee (Vehicle Registration Fee) per semester approved by the SD Board of Regents. No parking permit decals will be issued. Parking tickets will be issued for visitors parking longer than 2 hours in the visitor parking lots, or for parking in OLLI, staff, faculty or handicapped Parking without appropriate permit. Students must only park in student parking. Maps of our parking lots are available upon request and on the website. (See Parking Map). Green Car parking is only for vehicles found on the Green Car list.
Where and how do students buy books for classes at University Center?
How much does it cost to attend University Center?
The cost of classes at University Center is set by the South Dakota Board of Regents. Students attending face-to-face classes at University Center pay the cost of tuition only (See Tuition Costs). Books and/or other course materials are separate and determined by course/instructor requirements. (See UC Bookstore)
Where is the Lost and Found?
University Center's Lost and Found is located in the Receptionist Office in the Administration Building Rm 103 (FADM 103). Lost and found items will be received and kept throughout the current semester until the first week prior to the proceeding semester. After this time each semester, unclaimed items will be disposed of.
The Fall 2018 semester concludes on December 12, 2018 and the Spring 2019 semester begins January 7, 2019.View Details
Posted: December 6, 2018
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