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Use this service if you do not meet the continuing eligibility requirement for the Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship (CTNS) and are required to convert your scholarship to a loan for repayment.

Use this service if you do not meet the continuing eligibility requirement for the Dakota Corps Scholarship (DCS) and are required to convert your scholarship to a loan for repayment.

Use this service to register for the 2024 Career Exploration Summer Camps.

Students entering 7th and 8th grade in the 2024-2025 school year can participate in free, 5-day residential career exploration camps this summer. Hosted on South Dakota college campuses, these camps expose students to various career paths through fun, engaging, and hands-on learning.

Use this service to apply for the 2024 Elementary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Workshops.

Use this service if seeking a waiver to either the Credit Hour Thresholds or Persistence Requirements.

Use this service for South Dakota school district staff to learn more about how to become a member of the FAFSA Completion Portal.

Use this service for South Dakota school district staff to request support in the FAFSA Completion Portal.

Complaints and accusations received from the Governor's Hotline

Use this service to submit support and troubleshooting requests for the High School Dual Enrollment application and program.

Use this service to access the RIS Technology services for support.

Use this service to access the RIS Technology services for support.

Use this service to access the RIS Technology services for reporting support.

Use this form for any current student or former student enrolled in an online degree program who is filing a complaint against a South Dakota-based degree-granting institution approved under the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).

Use this service if you are requesting a reprint of your w-2 for the South Dakota Board of Regents (SDBOR).

Service used for all general inquiries, questions, and support requests regarding the South Dakota Board of Regents and the six public institutions and two special schools.