Salt Lake Community College offers a less-expensive path to university study.
A major dilemma for many SLCC students is deciding between an associate degree or a certificate of completion. Read what advisors and current students had to say about the two options.
SLCC graduates returned to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus to offer career advice to the current crop of students in the family and human studies program.
Salt Lake Community College offers help to upcoming graduates who are unsure about their futures.
On Feb. 18, a panel of former graduates from the Family and Human Studies Associate degree program shared their success stories of life after SLCC.
Over the course of four semesters, students who take 15 credits a semester will complete the same amount of coursework as those who take 12 credits for five semesters – graduating more quickly and paying less for school.