South Dakota Community Colleges By Tuition Cost

  • For South Dakota community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $5,375 per year for in-state students and $5,375 for out-of-state students.
  • For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $13,334 per year.
  • The community college with the highest tuition in South Dakota is Globe University-Sioux Falls, with a tuition of $14,040.
  • The community college with the lowest tuition is Southeast Technical Institute, with a tuition of $4,728.

South Dakota Community Colleges By Tuition Cost

  • College Tuition Location
  • 1.
    Southeast Technical Institute
    Southeast Technical Institute Photo - Southeast Tech
    Public
    $4,728
    2320 N Career Ave
    Sioux Falls SD  57107
    (605)367-7624
  • 2.
    Lake Area Technical Institute
    Public
    $4,930
    1201 Arrow Avenue
    Watertown SD  57201
    (605)882-5284
  • 3.$5,960
    800 Mickelson Dr
    Rapid City SD  57703
    (605)394-4034
  • 4.
    Mitchell Technical Institute
    Mitchell Technical Institute Photo - Aerial view of the Mitchell Technical Institute campus, located in Mitchell, South Dakota.
    Public
    $6,300
    1800 E. Spruce Street
    Mitchell SD  57301
    8006841969
  • 5.
    National American University-Sioux Falls
    Private, for profit
    $12,675
    5801 South Corporate Place
    Sioux Falls SD  57108
    (605)336-4600
  • 6.
    National American University-Rapid City
    Private, for profit
    $13,287
    5301 South Highway 16
    Rapid City SD  57701
    (605)394-4800
  • 7.
    Globe University-Sioux Falls
    Private, for profit
    $14,040
    5101 S Broadband Ln
    Sioux Falls SD  57108
    (605)977-0705
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