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.
SLCC finals week begins Dec. 10, but now is the time for students to manage their stress before it overwhelms them.
Free flu shots are now available at the Center for Health and Counseling.
Any enrolled SLCC student can improve their mental and physical well-being at the Center for Health and Counseling.
Sleep deprivation affects nearly one out of four SLCC students. Learn what you can do to develop healthy sleep habits.
Find out how to get homework help, massages, counseling and other services on campus.
Understand the symptoms of depression and learn how SLCC helps its students.
SLCC has resources in place to help and protect students, faculty and staff affected by sexual assault.
Managing stress and seeking help can bring peace of mind to those who suffer from mental illness.