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Register Today to Attend College Visit Night on Tues., Dec. 6

Whether you are getting ready to graduate high school, looking to change careers, or upgrade career skills, plan to attend Western Dakota Technical College's (WDTC) upcoming College Visit Night to see how attending the college can benefit you. College Visit Night will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., on Tues., Dec. 6.

Register to attend the free event today at

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College Offering Affordable Off-Campus Housing for Students Spring Semester 2023

Limited Number of Apartments Available, Complete Interest Form Today

For the first time, WDTC is now offering a new, off-campus housing opportunity for full-time, Spring 2023 Semester students. Students can directly lease a limited number of apartments from the college at an affordable rate. The apartments are located on Mount Rushmore Road in Rapid City. 

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Seven WDTC Graduates Help Fill Need for Professional Truck Drivers

Apply Now for Jan. 9, 2023, Class A Course

Seven students recently graduated from Western Dakota Technical College's (WDTC) Class A Professional Truck Driving Program. These graduates will help fill the high and projected increasing need for truck drivers.

The Class A Professional Driving Program graduates, and their hometowns, are as follows:

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WDTC Site of Historic Conservation Reserve Agreement between USDA & Three Tribal Nations

Farm Service Agency
Nov. 17, 2022

Three Tribal Nations in the Great Plains are partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to help conserve, maintain and improve grassland productivity, reduce soil erosion, and enhance wildlife habitat through the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP). The Cheyenne River, Oglala and Rosebud Sioux Tribes are entering into CREP agreements with USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) to enroll eligible grassland, pastureland, and other agricultural lands within the boundaries of their reservations in this conservation program.

These are the first-ever CREP agreements in partnership with Tribal Nations— reflecting priorities and goals of USDA to broaden the scope and reach of its voluntary, incentive-based conservation programs to engage underserved communities. Scott Marlow, FSA’s Deputy Administrator for Farm Programs, met with Tribal leaders at the Western Dakota Technical College in Rapid City to highlight the CREP agreements and to discuss the benefits of conservation. Attendees included Tribal chairmen from the Cheyenne River, Oglala, and Rosebud tribes and representatives from the Intertribal Agriculture Council.

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Whitewood Satellite Campus Closed Due to Inclement Weather

The Western Dakota Technical College Whitewood satellite campus is closed today, Thursday, Nov. 17, due to inclement weather. This location is a Practical Nursing program site.

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