All SLCC students will now be required to choose a preferred area of study on their admission application.
Statistics show a significant percentage of young people who have left The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Students discuss the criticism surrounding Brigham Young University’s Honor Code and the office that enforces it.
Numerous artists came together to showcase their unique talents during the 2019 Utah Arts Festival.
Service animals are a vital resource for people with disabilities, but other support animals are not allowed on campus.
Whether students take a year off between high school and college is a matter of personal choice.
The 43rd annual Utah Arts Festival, which begins Thursday, supports local artists, musicians, filmmakers and more.
Tuition is rising again at SLCC, with a number of increases and cuts to many school programs.
Bonanza Campout may be canceled, but you can still catch some headliners at the Salt City Sounds concert series.
The 2019 Reproductive Justice Film Series aims to focus on reproductive healthcare issues among low-income and minority communities.
“West Side Story” is now playing at the Grand Theatre. Learn why the musical is as relevant today as when it was written over 60 years ago.
The SLCC Public Safety Department has added new officers to increase evening security for students and faculty.