Sitting Bull College to open new site in SDSitting Bull College will once again be offering classes in Mobridge, S.D., next spring when it opens a new campus site.
FORT YATES, N.D. (AP) — Sitting Bull College will once again be offering classes in Mobridge, S.D., next spring when it opens a new campus site.
The college recently announced that it purchased the former Beadle Elementary School earlier this year for classroom use.
Sitting Bull has offered classes in Mobridge off and on since 1989 at various locations around town. It most recently held classes in Mobridge at a retail space, but it had to close in the summer of 2009 because of a lack of funding.
Jan Brockel has been hired as the site coordinator for the new Mobridge campus that will open in January.
Sitting Bull College opened in 1973 on the Standing Rock Reservation. The main campus is located in Fort Yates and a remote campus is located in McLaughlin, S.D.