SLCC recently raised the standard parking fine from $10 to $15. Learn more about how parking funds are used on campus.
Take a look inside the state-of-the-art Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center, which opens Wednesday, August 22.
SLCC alumna Brianne Koehler is using her construction management degree to pursue her passion for woodworking.
Sleep deprivation affects nearly one out of four SLCC students. Learn what you can do to develop healthy sleep habits.
SLCC students who do well in the SkillsUSA state competitions can apply for a tuition waiver.
Learn more about the on-campus food pantry that has been serving SLCC students since 2013.
SLCC Promise covers the cost of tuition and fees for full-time students who already have federal grants.
Starting August 1, SLCC students and staff will be able to ride UTA buses, TRAX, FrontRunner and other services for free.
The Thayne Center at SLCC and the United Way’s 2-1-1 service help students who want to give back to the community.
SLCC student Alex Farmer received a Newman Civic Fellowship for 2018-19.
Greg Mooney explains how the “I am SLCC” pledge ensures that everyone is accepted on campus.