The SLCC Day of Service may be over, but the ways you can serve are not.
Learn more about Disability Awareness Week events at Taylorsville Redwood and South City campuses.
After moving into a larger space, the Bruin Cupboard can now accommodate more donations.
Learn more about the ePortfolio and how SLCC students can get assistance.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $334,000 grant to SLCC to help increase the amount of students pursuing geology degrees.
Dozens of SLCC student clubs will be recruiting new members next week.
SLCC students have to prioritize their current coursework and plan for the semesters ahead.
The SLCC Promise program has already paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees. Learn how to apply for aid next year.
SLCC is in the process of installing electronic proximity locks to improve security on campus.
Community colleges offer an accessibility and affordability that is hard to find at universities.
With a few semesters under their belt, SLCC students share what they have learned about college.
Volunteering at Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park can be a valuable experience for students who love paleontology and earth sciences.