SLCC offers new Humanities classes to students interested in learning about world religions.
Over the course of four semesters, students who take 15 credits a semester will complete the same amount of coursework as those who take 12 credits for five semesters – graduating more quickly and paying less for school.
SLCC’s Student Life and Leadership to help student’s book purchases for the semester of spring 2014 with a scholarship.
This November, make sure there are plenty of napkins at Thanksgiving dinner for those with their No Shave November beard.
The Salt Lake Community College Dance Company will perform their fall concert, “eMotion,” on Nov. 22-23 at 7:30 p.m. in The Grand Theatre at South City Campus.
National Novel Writing Month has arrived in November and the Community Writing Center at SLCC is providing help for students who need it.
Bullying victims share their experiences to raise awareness about the dangers of bullying.