One of the most widely recognized haunted attractions in Utah is open and ready to scare visitors.
Students who participate in a study abroad program learn as much about themselves as the countries and cultures they explore.
SLCC students can redefine their college experience and support their peers by joining student government.
A retrospective look at three decades of SLUG Magazine is currently on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts.
The interactive cult classic is now in production. Learn more about the different ways the audience can participate.
Students stop attending classes for various reasons. Learn more about the different ways to take care of a class you can’t drop.
The Tanner Forum on Social Ethics hosted CNN political commentator Van Jones Tuesday at South City Campus.
Learn more about Utah’s 4th Congressional District race between Rep. Mia Love and Democratic challenger Ben McAdams.
Students have the opportunity to experience Washington D.C. while building their resume and college portfolio.
SLCC survived a five-set thriller against in-state rival Snow College to move up to No. 4 in the NJCAA volleyball rankings.
The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary “Dolores” in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.
Get the 411 on the series of 1990s film screenings happening at South City Campus.