Whether students take a year off between high school and college is a matter of personal choice.
Students who take it easy in high school may not be prepared for the amount of work and stress involved with college classes.
A new database provides access to quality student writings from all course levels and subjects at SLCC.
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.
Use some of these study tips to prepare yourself for final exams.
Journalism student Joseph Smith argues for more learning outcomes to evaluate student abilities.
Learn more about the Dean’s and President’s Lists and how SLCC students gain recognition.
Spring 2016 is just beginning. Remember these campus resources to avoid being overwhelmed by your classwork.
SLCC students have the unique opportunity to prepare themselves for a four-year program.
Learn more about the society that celebrates the brightest minds at Salt Lake Community College.
Salt Lake Community College offers free tutoring and college workshops to all students.