BHSU offers program to help students transition

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SPEARFISH, S.D. (KELO) — College is often a student’s first extended time away from home. For some it’s also their first time cooking, grocery shopping, or managing their own time.

At Black Hills State University, students and staff say there are ways to make that transition a little easier.

“By taking away some of your study time, you are actually rejuvenating your body and you will do better in your studies just by taking that time away to focus on self-care,” Ashley Pfeiffer, Exercise Science professor said.

Black Hills State University offers several free programs on campus. So that students can stay active and be involved.

Learn more about this story tonight on KELOLAND Weekend News at 10 p.m.

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