The work-study program is a useful resource for students at Salt Lake Community College.
A recent evacuation drill at South City Campus highlighted the work of the Campus Emergency Response Team.
Latinx United for Change and Activism supports the educational success of Latinx students at Salt Lake Community College.
Tristan Nielson and Karen Chujan talk about why they like going to Salt Lake Community College.
Utah students can use the SafeUT app to chat with a crisis counselor or to report school-related concerns.
All SLCC students will now be required to choose a preferred area of study on their admission application.
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.
Tuition is rising again at SLCC, with a number of increases and cuts to many school programs.
The SLCC Public Safety Department has added new officers to increase evening security for students and faculty.
Students who take it easy in high school may not be prepared for the amount of work and stress involved with college classes.
Today is the due date for summer semester tuition. Learn how SLCC spends the money.