Conservatory 1 - Copy
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Middle Hall

The Conservatory of Music

Garden of Terrace Theatre

Crane Youngworth Stadium

Kingsbury Hall

Forbes Hall of Science

Observatory Hill

Nash Gym

Ward Hall 

Warren Student Center

2022 PROMISES BIG EVENTS AT YANKTON COLLEGE

2022 ALL-CLASS REUNION

July 14-16, 2022

               

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2022 Reunion Schedule and Registration

Honoring Alumni & the Spirit of Yankton College

Through the years since Yankton College was founded, students and graduates have raised up in praise of their alma mater.  

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Tour registration for the Campus Tour closed May 15, 2022 due to FPC  requirements.  Sorry no exceptions. 

PLAN TO ATTEND!

2022-23 Yankton College Scholarships Announced

2022-23 Scholarship Recipients

SAY HELLO TO NEW YANKTON COLLEGE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Yankton College is pleased to welcome Leah Berry as its new executive director.  She began her duties April 1 and will work closely with outgoing executive director, Jan Garrity, to transition into her new role.

Leah is a Missouri native. She graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia with a degree in political science and she holds a master’s degree in legal studies from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. She has a son and daughter-in-law and two grand babies in Missouri. She lives in Yankton with her black lab Raven.

Leah has over 20 years of experience in the Human Resources field and most recently worked at Vishay in Yankton as an HR manager. But when the opening for YC’s executive director was announced, Leah was intrigued and applied.

“I was ready to do something different, other than HR,” she said, “something where I could interact with new and different people, a job that could be a little more fun.”

Leah has always been interested in history and is anxious to learn more about YC’s past.  “Wherever I’ve lived I have liked the local history and it intrigued me that Yankton College was one of the first colleges in Dakota Territory,” she said. “The story of its past is so interesting and I’m anxious to learn more about it.”

Leah describes herself as a fast learner and a good communicator. She said she will follow Jan’s lead to become more familiar with her new position and as she becomes comfortable with her role, “I will start to evaluate what priorities I will need to focus on.

“I’m looking forward to meeting the people involved in Yankton College and serving its alumni,” Leah said. “I am excited and grateful for this opportunity and I hope people will call to let me know how I’m doing.”