Helping people new to the U.S. with English skills and workforce development -- the program currently has 65 students from 15 different countries.
"Dr. Randy Nelson, who directs our program here, did extensive research over the summer into what that should look like here at USF. So certainly we built upon a foundation that originated at Killian, but this is the USF version of that." Vice President of Academic Affairs Joy Lind said.
A course costs $100 per student. Also today, there was a ribbon-cutting for the school's academic success center, renamed the Thomas Kilian Academic Success Center.
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Thursday, the University of Sioux Falls gave an update on its Bridges Program.