Salt Lake Community College offers affordable counseling services for students who need to talk.
Psychology professor Katerina Salini provides some information on proven ways to help reduce stress.
Salt Lake Community College students have access to affordable medical and dental care, even if they have no health insurance.
Tuition is rising again at SLCC, with a number of increases and cuts to many school programs.
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.
Students don’t have to go through stress alone. SLCC has several options and resources, including garden plots, massages, and counseling sessions.
The Center for Health and Counseling offers hour-long massages at low prices.
Globe assignment editor Eric Jensen shares his experience with counseling and how it has helped him over the years.
Some SLCC students are unaware of S.B. 184, which Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed into law in March 2018.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects millions of people during the winter months.
The opioid epidemic has had a notable impact on Utahns.
The Center for Health and Counseling provides a wide array of medical services at low prices for students.