Several SLCC students explain why students do — or don’t — change their major.
Despite the ongoing need for donations, SLCC’s food pantries remain open to students who face uncertainty about where their next meal will come from.
The “How We Left Home” exhibit displays personal immigration stories, poems, speeches, and artifacts.
The American Indian Student Leadership Club is hosting several events throughout the month of November to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
Salt Lake Community College will host a celebration event for first-generation students and alumni on Thursday.
Dr. Roderic Land, dean of SLCC’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences, aims to add social justice initiatives to the school’s curriculum.
The Salt Lake Community College Law Enforcement Academy trains men and women who wish to serve their community as police officers.
SLCC student RJ Walker has overcome serious personal challenges to become a respected spoken word artist.
This semester, the Thanksgiving holiday will leave students with less time than usual to prepare for finals.
James Gehrke, founder of Magnify Leadership and Development, used the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at SLCC to turn his idea into a business primed for success.
Students from several Utah colleges are showcasing their work in the 2019 Rocky Mountain Student Printmaking Exhibition.
SLCC is hosting two dance parties this semester to give students an opportunity to have fun and donate to the community.