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Continuing Education Workshops

Believing in the value of continuing education, Augustana offers a variety of workshops that will allow you to grow both professionally and personally. While most workshop participants are adults, high school seniors may also participate and receive college credit.

Workshops listed as 359/559 may be taken as undergraduate (359) or graduate (559) credit. Those listed as 659 are for graduate credit only. Students must select which designation they seek at the time of registration and it may not be changed.

All workshops meet teacher certification/re-certification requirements as defined by the South Dakota State Department of Education unless noted.

View the Summer 2014 Workshops.

Spring 2014

#7 iPad for Beginners March 21-22 (Weekend)   Note this workshop has been rescheduled for April 11-12
#11 Autism and Asperger’s  March 28-29 (Weekend) Canceled
#12 Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Classrooms March 28-29 (Weekend) Canceled
#13 Applied Behavioral Analysis April 4-5 (Weekend)
#14 Communication is Key! April 4-5 (Weekend)
#15 How Can I Use an iPad in my Classroom? April 4-5 (Weekend)   Note this workshop has been rescheduled for April 25-26
#16 Discipline with Love and Logic April 11-12 (Weekend)
#17 Teaching Social Skills/Pragmatic Language April 11-12 (Weekend)
#18 All Things Lear April 25-26 (Weekend)

#7 iPad for Beginners  Note this workshop has been rescheduled for April 11-12
This workshop will provide an introduction for beginning iPad users. The following topics will be covered: features, accessories, licensing, battery, settings, accessibility features, restrictions, using the App and iTunes stores, projecting, printing, file sharing and storage. In addition to all those topics, reading and note taking applications will also be demonstrated. This workshop is appropriate for anyone who would like to learn how to use an iPad. You will need to bring an iPad to this class!
Instructor: Terri Noldner
Dates: March 21-22  (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 120

#11 Autism and Asperger’s Canceled

This workshop provides an introduction to the Autism Spectrum, presenting the characteristics of autism and asperger's as well as eligibility criteria for both. Teaching strategies presented in this workshop will include schedules, physical boundaries, positive behavioral supports, social stories, communication strategies and ways to facilitate social interaction. Finally, disability awareness and ways to help peers understand autism and how to interact with children who have autism will be discussed.
Instructors: Kim Dobson    
Dates: March 28-29 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 30
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $2

#12 Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Classrooms Canceled
Have you ever spent valuable time and effort on a lesson only to find some of you students are apathetic and not interested? Have you ever wondered why a lesson is motivating to one learner and brings yawns to another? Learn how the brain works to reinforce learning naturally and how you can use that knowledge to improve student achievement. Learn to identify your teaching style, your students’ learning styles and then how to adjust your lessons to maximize student engagement. Learn the four basic areas where instruction can be differentiated, as well as over twenty practical methods you can start using on Monday morning that will help you motivate your students, and make your lessons meaningful to each one!
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Date: March 28-29 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 101
Additional Fee: $10.00

#13 Applied Behavioral Analysis
Developed for educators, related service providers and parents of children who have autism and/or a cognitive impairment, this workshop focuses on Applied Behavioral Analysis. Discrete Trial Training is a specific strategy used to teach children to attend. Participants will be able to describe and implement Behavioral Attending, Discrete Trial Training, 5 Step Program, Pivotal Response Treatment and other approaches to enhance attending skills, academic skills, functional life skills and social skills of individuals who have autism and/or a cognitive impairment.
Instructor: Kim Dobson
Dates: April 4-5 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $2.00

#14 Communication is Key!
Mean what you say and say what you mean! Effective communication is both an art and a science. Some people just know what to say. They know how to get their point across. Communication is an art for these people. Learning the science of clear communication is easy, but learning how to be an effective communicator is hard. Effective communicators practice both the art and science of interpersonal speaking skills. With this interactive workshop, you will learn both the art and science of effective communication, learn the skills of an effective communicator, and have a chance to practice those skills.
Instructor: Sharlen Krause
Dates: April 4-5 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 12
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 161
Additional Fee: $5.00

#15 How Can I Use an iPad in My Classroom?   Note this workshop has been rescheduled for April 25-26
This workshop will provide an introduction to a variety of iPad Accessories, ideas and Apps to use in the classroom including, QR codes, digital flashcards, rubrics, creating digital books, writing and recording notes/lectures, audio digital books, file sharing/printing, using apps for Word, PowerPoint or Excel docs, writing and dictation, Face Time, videos and more tips and tricks! This workshop is appropriate for general education teachers, special education teachers and paraprofessionals. Participants need to bring an iPad.
Instructor: Terri Noldner
Dates: April 4-5 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 102

#16 Discipline with Love and Logic
Learn how to end power struggles with students and set limits that you can enforce. Learn to deal with small and large behavior issues with so much confidence that you look forward to working with difficult students. The techniques presented in this workshop will enable you to teach your students to own and solve their own problems, think before they act, and become responsibly independent. These easy to learn techniques will result in better relationships with students, parents and your administrators. With practice, you can utilize your new skills in your class on Monday morning.
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Dates: April 11-12 Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 153
Additional Fee: $15.00

#17 Teaching Social Skills/Pragmatic Language
This workshop will provide an introduction to teaching social skills (pragmatic language). The workshop will focus on fun ways of teaching social skills strategies by using social mapping, social stories, videos, YouTube, iPad apps, humor, Pinterest, games and books, along with the theories behind them. Many students struggle with understanding perspectives of others and following social cues in a classroom. This workshop will provide a tool box of ideas and strategies to use with these students. The workshop is appropriate for speech therapists, special education teachers, general education teachers and paraprofessionals Participants need to bring a flash drive. Bring an iPad if you have one!
Instructor: Terri Jensen
Dates: April 11-12 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
CMDS/SPED 359/559
Location: MC 002
Additional Fee: $5.00

#18 All Things Lear
King Lear is one of the longest of Shakespeare’s plays, and it is one of the most intricate and compelling. It was not a favorite with the Elizabethan audience, and its harsh cynicism and soul-wrenching has been described as too emotionally draining for audiences of later times as well. But it can be truly said of this play that that it has found its audience in our times. And it is remarkable in its appeal to our troubled struggles toward human equality and social justice. If it is true that clothes make the man (or woman), is it equally true that judicial robes and grandiose titles give dignity to our lives? Does the child of an important father deserve more respect than that of a beggar? These and other questions will be explored and discussed. Participants are asked to read (or re-read) the play in preparation for the class. The recommended text is from the Pelican Series King Lear, edited by Stephen Orgef (ISBN 978-14-071490-6) It’s available at most bookstores or on the internet for about $8.00.
Instructor: Allen Ouellette
Dates: Apr 25-26 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 15
ENGL 359/559
Location: MC 120
Additional Fee: $5       

Summer 2014

#1 Creative Presentations with Interactive Whiteboards New — Online! June 2-7
#2 What Readers Need New — Online! June 2-July 31
#3 Introduction to Sign Language June 16-19 (Evenings)
#4 iPad for Beginners June 2-3 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
#5 How Can I Use an iPad in My Classroom? June 4-5 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
#6 Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Classrooms June 6-7 (Weekend)
#7 Teaching Social Skills/Pragmatic Language June 9-10 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
#8 We Have the Data, Now What? Differentiating to Meet the Needs of Each Student New! June 16-19 (Mornings)
#9 Totally Language June 20-21 (Weekend)
#10 Communication is Key! June 27-28 (Weekend)
#11 Motivating Students to Achieve June 27-28 (Weekend)
#12 Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child  New! July 7-10 (Mornings)
#13 Autism and Asperger’s July 11-12 (Weekend)
#14 Grants in Education: Searching, Identifying, Writing, Winning New! July 14-17 (Afternoons)
#15 All Things Hamlet July 18-19 (Weekend)
#16 Applied Behavioral Analysis July 18-19 (Weekend)
#17 Discipline with Love and Logic July 18-19 (Weekend)
#18 Twenty Google Tools You Should Be Using in Your Classroom New! July 23-24 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
#19 Teaching with the Brain in Mind July 25-26 (Weekend)
#20 Why Do They Do That? What Can I Do About That? July 25-26 (Weekend)
#21 All Things Macbeth August 1-2 (Weekend)
#22 All Things Lear Aug 15-16 (Weekend)

#1 Creative Presentations with Interactive Whiteboards New Online!
Interactive whiteboards offer exciting opportunities to engage students with classroom material. They allow instructors to visually communicate concepts, capture student ideas generated within a class, and archive results of classroom activities. This workshop, which is delivered completely online, will provide an opportunity for exploring resources available for use with interactive whiteboards and will provide participants an opportunity to develop specific applications tailored to their particular needs.
Instructor: Sharon Gray
Dates: June 2-7, 2014 ONLINE
Enrollment Limit: 15
EDUC 659

#2 What Readers Need New Online!
The complexity of literacy instruction can be challenging, especially when working with students that struggle. The classroom teacher remains the key factor for student success in reading. So…how do we help our struggling readers? In this course you will learn several concepts and strategies for developing your literary instruction expertise so that you are better prepared to work with struggling readers in your classroom.
This workshop will be delivered asynchronously online.
Instructor: Amber Blume
Dates: June 2-July 31 ONLINE
Enrollment Limit: 30
EDUC 359/559

#3 Introduction to Sign Language
This introductory workshop will cover a variety of topics related to sign language including a brief history of sign language, the benefits of sign language and the people for whom sign language is useful. Practical knowledge will be provided on finger-spelling, enough basic signs to communicate with others, and some helpful websites to support learning sign language. This workshop is appropriate for anyone who would like to learn basic signs, whether to communicate with your baby/grandbaby, to support communication for a child with disabilities, or communicate with a person who has a hearing loss and uses sign language as their mode of communication.
Instructor: Tania Kraus
Dates: June 16-19 (Evenings)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 164

#4 iPad for Beginners
This workshop will provide an introduction for beginning iPad users. The following topics will be covered: features, accessories, licensing, battery, settings, accessibility features, restrictions, using the App and iTunes stores, projecting, printing, file sharing and storage. In addition to all those topics, reading and note taking applications will also be demonstrated. This workshop is appropriate for anyone who would like to learn how to use an iPad. You will need to bring an iPad to this class!
Instructor: Terri Noldner
Dates: June 2-3 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103

#5 How Can I Use an iPad in My Classroom?
This workshop will provide an introduction to a variety of iPad Accessories, ideas and Apps to use in the classroom including, QR codes, digital flashcards, rubrics, creating digital books, writing and recording notes/lectures, audio digital books, file sharing/printing, using apps for Word, PowerPoint or Excel docs, writing and dictation, Face Time, videos and more tips and tricks! This workshop is appropriate for general education teachers, special education teachers and paraprofessionals. Participants need to bring an iPad.
Instructor: Terri Noldner
Dates: June 4-5 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103

#6 Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Classrooms
Have you ever spent valuable time and effort on a lesson only to find some of you students are apathetic and not interested? Have you ever wondered why a lesson is motivating to one learner and brings yawns to another? Learn how the brain works to reinforce learning naturally and how you can use that knowledge to improve student achievement. Learn to identify your teaching style, your students’ learning styles and then who to adjust your lessons to maximize student engagement. Learn the four basic areas where instruction can be differentiated, as well as over twenty practical methods you can start using on Monday morning that will help you motivate your students!
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Date: June 6-7 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 153
Additional Fee: $10.00

#7 Teaching Social Skills/Pragmatic Language
This workshop will provide an introduction to teaching social skills (pragmatic language). The workshop will focus on fun ways of teaching social skills strategies by using social mapping, social stories, videos, YouTube, iPad apps, humor, Pinterest, games and books, along with the theories behind them. Many students struggle with understanding perspectives of others and following social cues in a classroom. This workshop will provide a tool box of ideas and strategies to use with these students. The workshop is appropriate for speech therapists, special education teachers, general education teachers and paraprofessionals Participants need to bring a flash drive. Bring an iPad if you have one!
Instructor: Terri Jensen
Dates: June 9-10 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
Enrollment Limit: 25
CMDS/SPED 359/559
Location: MC 001
Additional Fee: $5.00

#8 We Have the Data, Now What? Differentiating to Meet the Needs of Each Student   New!
The emphases of Common Formative Assessments and Collaboration have provided teachers with a great amount of data on student achievement. Many teachers are trying to find the best way to use the data to meet the needs of the students in their classrooms, but they have many questions. How can I organize the data so it makes sense? What is the best way to structure my classroom? How can I meet the varying needs of each child in my classroom? This workshop will focus on these common questions and provide answers, new strategies and ideas.
Instructor: Kristin Skogstad
Dates: June 16-19 (Mornings)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 659
Location: MC 103

#9 Totally Language
Language is uniquely human.  Recent technological developments – MRIs and such -- have given linguists and others research capabilities impossible to imagine only a few short decades ago.  This workshop attempts to survey the most recent discoveries, the work of contemporary scholars, and the pertinent historical background of this lively topic by exposition and shared inquiry.  How are these recent discoveries used, or abused?  Do lie detectors really work?  What about body language?  Are our changing sexual mores affecting our national discourse — or is it the other way around?  How can we make use in our daily lives of what we think we know?
Instructor: Allen Ouellette
Dates: June 20-21 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 16
COMM/EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 120
Additional Fee: $15.00

#10 Communication is Key!
Mean what you say and say what you mean! Effective communication is both an art and a science. Some people just know what to say. They know how to get their point across. Communication is an art for these people. Learning the science of clear communication is easy, but learning how to be an effective communicator is hard. Effective communicators practice both the art and science of interpersonal speaking skills. With this interactive workshop, you will learn both the art and science of effective communication, learn the skills of an effective communicator, and have a chance to practice those skills.
Instructor: Sharlen Krause
Dates: June 27-28 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 12
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 120
Additional Fee: $10.00

#11 Motivating Students to Achieve
Are you willing to spend a few hours of your time learning how to get your students to become intrinsically motivated to achieve? Would you like to get even your toughest students motivated to learn? Learn how the brain works to reinforce learning naturally and how you can use that knowledge to improve student achievement. This workshop will help you get your students thinking as much about learning as you do. Easy to learn but highly effective techniques can be applied immediately when you return to your classroom.
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Dates: June 27-28 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $10.00

#12 Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child  New!
One of the biggest challenges facing teachers is how to reach all of the learners in our classrooms. Robert Marzano shares that student engagement happens as a result of careful planning on the teacher’s part and execution of specific strategies. This class will focus on how strategies can be implemented in hands-on ways. Areas of focus will include Mindsets (Carol Dweck), Mindframes (John Hattie), Choice Words (Peter Johnston), Thinking Notebooks/Foldables, math games and more. We will look at what research tells us about student engagement and how we can differentiate to meet the needs of all our students, and take time to develop ideas that can be used in our classrooms.
Instructor: Kristin Skogstad
Dates: July 7-10 (Mornings)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 659
Location: MC 103

#13 Autism and Asperger’s
This workshop provides an introduction to the Autism Spectrum, presenting the characteristics of autism and asperger's as well as eligibility criteria for both. Teaching strategies presented in this workshop will include schedules, physical boundaries, positive behavioral supports, social stories, communication strategies and ways to facilitate social interaction. Finally, disability awareness and ways to help peers understand autism and how to interact with children who have autism will be discussed.
Instructors: Kim Dobson
Dates: July 11-12 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 30
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $2

#14 Grants in Education: Searching, Identifying, Writing, Winning  New!
Three primary areas of grant proposal development will be covered in this workshop; 1) searching for grants applicable to a variety of areas in education, 2) proposal writing for external funding in education, and 3) managing awarded grants. Ideas, concepts and successful measures will be presented in all three areas, including local, state and federal grants. Time will be allotted for sharing experiences and questions. Learn key concepts and strategies to become more active and effective regarding external funding. Finally, time will be provided to conduct searches and begin designing proposals while receiving feedback from the instructor.
Instructor: Dr. Scott Klungseth
Dates: July 14-17 (Afternoons)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 001

#15 All Things Hamlet
This workshop is intended to assuage your fear of Shakespeare.  We’ll start with some simplified background preparation and go on to the DVD of Franco Zifferelli’s version of the play starring Mel Gibson, Glenn Close and Helena Bonham Carter.  Then we’ll go on to explore specific scenes and themes.  We’ll read some scenes to get a feel for the language (bring your best reading voice), and we’ll discuss the issues involved (bring your best thinking cap to class). The text we’ll use is The Pelican Shakespeare Hamlet (ISBN 978-0-14-071454-8). It’s available at most bookstores or via the internet for about $8.
Instructor: Allen Ouellette
Dates: July 18-19 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 15
ENGL 359/559
Location: MC 164
Additional Fee: $5

#16 Applied Behavioral Analysis
Developed for educators, related service providers and parents of children who have autism and/or a cognitive impairment, this workshop focuses on Applied Behavioral Analysis. Discrete Trial Training is a specific strategy used to teach children to attend. Participants will be able to describe and implement Behavioral Attending, Discrete Trial Training, 5 Step Program, Pivotal Response Treatment and other approaches to enhance attending skills, academic skills, functional life skills and social skills of individuals who have autism and/or a cognitive impairment.
Instructor: Kim Dobson
Dates: July 18-19 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $2.00

#17 Discipline with Love and Logic
Learn how to end power struggles with students and set limits that you can enforce. Learn to deal with small and large behavior issues with so much confidence that you look forward to working with difficult students. The techniques presented in this workshop will enable you to teach your students to own and solve their own problems, think before they act, and become responsibly independent. These easy to learn techniques will result in better relationships with students, parents and your administrators. With practice, you can utilize your new skills in your class on Monday morning.
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Dates: July 18-19 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 101
Additional Fee: $15.00

#18 Twenty Google Tools You Should Be Using in Your Classroom New!
How many Google products can you name…not including Google’s search engine feature?! Though Google’s search engine is its number one service, Google offers a wide variety of other products that can be useful in the educational setting. These products range from simple and task-specific to more complex and all-encompassing. Join us in this session to get hands-on experience with twenty of Google’s products that can be put to use in your classroom!
Instructor: Kristin Mulder
Dates: July 23-24 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
Enrollment Limit: 20
EDUC 659
Location: MC 001

#19 Teaching with the Brain in Mind
How does the brain process information? Can memory be improved? Can students be naturally motivated? Can I really get ALL my students to remember the math facts? This workshop reveals how the brain functions, how male and female brains differ, and how your knowledge of the brain can improve student achievement. Make learning meaningful, engaging and solve problems while gaining strategies to help all students succeed, even those who are at-risk, who are low-achievers, or who are from a background of poverty.
Instructor: Larry Anderson
Dates: July 25-26 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 25
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 101
Additional Fee: $10.00

#20 Why Do They Do That? What Can I Do About That?
Have you ever wondered what to do to change a student’s behavior? This workshop will discuss past and present behaviors you have encountered. Discussion of the functions of behavior will provide insight to those challenging behaviors. Strategies and resources such as sensory, visual, social skills, motivational techniques and technology supports will be shared. Ideas for specific concerns found in students with disabilities such as autism, ADHD, ODD, Emotional Disturbance and Intellectual Disability will be explored. Participants will learn techniques for collecting behavior data, evaluating that data and utilizing it to develop an effective positive behavior support plan.
Instructors: Kim Dobson and Tara Hansen-Leinen
Dates: July 25-26 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 30
EDUC 359/559
Location: MC 103
Additional Fee: $2

#21 All Things Macbeth
After a bit of necessary background preparation, we'll start by viewing Roman Polanski's version of the play starring Jon Finch and Fancesca Annis. We'll look at specific themes, read and discuss specific scenes. We'll attempt to determine whether Macbeth is flummoxed by the Wyrd Sisters – or duped into murdering Duncan by his own ambition and that of his wife.  Is he prompted to action more by his determination to prove the witches wrong about his lineage or by Lady Macbeth's urging to contest it like a man? Participants are asked to read (or re-read) the play in preparation for the workshop. The recommended text is from the Pelican Series Macbeth, edited by Stephen Orgef (ISBN 0-14-01.1478-2), available at most bookstores or over the internet for about $8.
Instructor: Allen Ouellette  
Dates: August 1-2 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 15
ENGL 359/559
Location: MC 164
Additional Fee: $5

#22 All Things Lear
King Lear is one of the longest of Shakespeare’s plays, and it is one of the most intricate and compelling. It was not a favorite with the Elizabethan audience, but it has found its audience in our times. And it is remarkable in its appeal to our troubled struggles toward human equality and social justice. If it is true that clothes make the man (or woman), is it equally true that judicial robes and grandiose titles give dignity to our lives? Does the child of an important father deserve more respect than that of a beggar? These and other questions will be explored and discussed. Participants are asked to read (or re-read) the play in preparation for the class. The recommended text is from the Pelican Series King Lear, edited by Stephen Orgef (ISBN 978-14-071490-6) It’s available at most bookstores or on the internet for about $8.
Instructor: Allen Ouellette
Dates: Aug 15-16 (Weekend)
Enrollment Limit: 15
ENGL 359/559
Location: MC 164
Additional Fee: $5

 

Cost

The cost per one credit hour workshop is $120. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration, with the balance to be paid the first day of the workshop. If you are an educator who has had an Augustana student teacher under your supervision within the past two years, you may be eligible to take a workshop for half-price. Contact Becky Fiala in the Augustana Education Department for verification of the tuition reduction option prior to enrolling in your workshop.

Registration

Students may pre-register for workshops by mail, phone or in person any time prior to the beginning of the workshop. The $50 non-refundable deposit is transferable up to two (2) weeks prior to the workshop and only within the same term. All unused deposits will be forfeited at the end of each term.

If registering by phone, you may call 605.274.4126 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Registrations in person will be accepted at the Office of Academic Affairs, located on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building.

A registration form (.pdf) is available.

Registration for workshops will be accepted up to one week prior to the workshop. The minimum number of participants is 8. If enrollment falls below this, the workshop is subject to cancelation. Please be sure to register early!

Workshop Schedule

Weekends: Friday 4:30-9:30 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Mornings: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Afternoons: Monday-Thursday, 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Evenings: Monday-Thursday, 5:30-9:30 p.m.

Grading System

Workshops are graded either Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory (S or U) or with A-F letter grades. Students must choose one form of grading, and cannot change to a different form after registration. The criteria for S/U grades are as follows: graduate students must earn a grade of B- or better to receive an S. Undergraduate students must earn a C- or better for an S. After grades have been received and processed a grade report will be sent to the student. There is no charge for Augustana transcripts, but requests must be made either in person or by writing to:

Registrar’s Office
2001 S. Summit Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57197
Fax: 605.274.4450.

 

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HPER = Elmen Center
EMC = Edith Mortenson Center
GSC = Gilbert Science Center
HUM = Humanities Building
MC = Madsen Social Science Center