Registering for classes can be stressful, but Globe assistant editor Nina Yu shares some lessons she’s learned about the process.
All SLCC students will now be required to choose a preferred area of study on their admission application.
If you’re planning on graduating this spring, make sure you’re following the correct guidelines to ensure success.
Students stop attending classes for various reasons. Learn more about the different ways to take care of a class you can’t drop.
Getting through the general education requirement can be dull, so find fun classes to spice things up.
COMM 3060 helps communication students who have questions about transferring to the University of Utah.
NACADA named Hector Cando as a winner of the Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Advising.
If you want to graduate from SLCC, know what you need to do — and where to get help — before it’s too late.
Find out how SLCC has made the advising process more convenient for students.
Learn more about the Transfer Center and their upcoming events this fall.
Going to class after a long summer break can be a challenge. Salt Lake Community College students offer tips on how to successfully survive the transition.
Save yourself some frustration and follow the advice of SLCC alumnus Stephen Romney as you enter a new school year.