Foreword
 
Introduction
 
State Context
 
Higher Education in South Dakota
 
Two New Processes for Policy-Driven Change
 
Changes Initiated in Higher Education
 
Conclusions
 
Endnotes
 
About the Author
 
About the National Center

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South Dakota

Table 6

Affordability Indicators for South Dakota
 
* Includes only technical institutes

Sources: Most of the tuition and fees data are from the Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac 1993 and 1998. Tuition and fees data for two-year institutions in South Dakota were obtained from the South Dakota Department of Eudational and Cultural Affairs, and are based on a 32 credit-hour academic year, at $50 per credit plus fees. The lower three measures are from K. Halstead, State Spending (1997). These data include only public universities. South Dakota Board of Regent data for State Appropriations/ Number of FTE Students yielded $3,490 and $4,224, respectively.

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