Several first-generation college students share their experiences and offer advice and encouragement to other students in similar situations.
There haven’t been this many measles cases in the United States since 1994. Learn more about the disease and what you can do to protect yourself.
SLCC Dance Company member Shae Howell continues to overcome the challenges of addiction as she begins her final semester as a Bruin.
Students don’t have to go through stress alone. SLCC has several options and resources, including garden plots, massages, and counseling sessions.
Six SLCC students put their public speaking skills on display at the Student Speakers’ Showcase on Thursday.
SLCC hosted its annual Project Catwalk event Friday at Library Square Campus.
As finals week approaches, time management is critical to student success.
SLCC celebrated National Library Week with their popular Edible Books contest.
A new database provides access to quality student writings from all course levels and subjects at SLCC.
Students may need to look beyond some common misconceptions to be successful in online courses.
HB 260 would bring an additional $2 million for need-based scholarships.
Rengathon is one of many events being held around the country for National Poetry Month.