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Pre-registration for the Spring 2014 semester has been changed from Friday, December 13 to Monday, December 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This change is due to the Annual Elder’s Christmas Dinner on December 13.
Students in RG092/00 Basic Reading II (Ann-Ericka Red Bird's class) please go to the Lakota Studies log building on Monday morning at 9 AM for class for the remainder of the semester.
Graduates 2013 Photos Available To View, Download, and Print: Click HERE
ATTENTION SGU STUDENTS:
SGU Email accounts and new passwords are now available. Please contact Stacee Farmer at 856-8243 for more details between the hours of 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday.
If you didn’t fill out a SGU student technology form at Registration, you can download it by clicking HERE. Please fill out and deliver it to Stacee at the Technology building to receive your email credentials.
Attention Students: due to the renovation of the SGU Science Center, the staff and faculty in the building have temporarily moved to other buildings on the SGU campus and some classes have been moved to other locations on campus.
New Locations for Foundational Studies- Science Center staff:
Ann-Erika White Bird & Bud Poor Bear offices are now located in the Lakota Studies Log Building on main campus.
Julia Cahill, Patrice Wright & Bianca McCloskey offices are located in the Lakota Studies Log Building on the Main campus.
Sammie Bordeaux-Seeger office is located at the Scott Bordeaux Leadership Institute building behind the Library and Arts & Science building.
Marvin Brandis’ office is located at the Institute of Technologies building.
Shirley Spotted Tail is located at the FIPSE trailer (Dwayne & Marianne’s) office, next to the Bookstore.
Foundational Studies class locations have also changed. Please check with Bianca for a full list of the changes to class locations.
EN 102-00 (Freshman English II) M/4-7 Diane Yoder
EN 101-00 (Freshman English I) T/7-10 Diane Yoder
SP 100-00 (Speech Communications) W/4-7 Diane Yoder
Are all now at the Lakota Studies Log building on Main Campus.
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