Community College Earnings in South Dakota

Community college graduates in South Dakota (10 years post graduation) earn approximately $38,900 per year (2022-23).
The community colleges in South Dakota with the highest earning graduates are listed below (where sufficient data available).
Student Earnings Range: $35,600 $43,400 Avg. Student Earnings: $39,140

Community College Earnings in South Dakota (2022-23)

College
Student Earnings
Location
Rank: #11.
Mitchell Technical College
Mitchell Technical College Photo - Aerial view of the Mitchell Technical College campus, located in Mitchell, South Dakota.
Public
Student Earnings: $43,400
1800 E. Spruce Street
Mitchell, SD 57301
(605) 995-3025
Rank: #22.
National American University-Rapid City
Private for-profit
Student Earnings: $41,200
5301 Mount Rushmore Road
Rapid City, SD 57701
(605) 394-4800
Rank: #33.
Southeast Technical Institute
Southeast Technical Institute Photo - Living Blue at Southeast Tech!
Public
Student Earnings: $38,900
2320 N Career Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
(605) 367-7624
Rank: #44.
Lake Area Technical College
Public
Student Earnings: $36,600
1201 Arrow Avenue
Watertown, SD 57201
(605) 882-5284
Rank: #55.
Student Earnings: $35,600
800 Mickelson Dr
Rapid City, SD 57703
(605) 718-2400

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