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Move-In Day For SDSU Students

August 22, 2014, 11:03 AM

Move-In Day For SDSU Students
BROOKINGS, SD -

All this week, we have been celebrating back to school in KELOLAND.  Soon, it will be college students turn to head back to the classroom.

It is move in day for students at South Dakota State University in Brookings.  Students will set up their school year housing ahead of classes, which begin on Monday.

University of South Dakota and Southeast Tech also start the new school year on Monday, along with the Rapid City Public Schools and Howard. 

Review other school start dates, read stories and view first day of school pictures on our Back To School page.

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