A current SLCC student and former Globe writer argues for the value of government assistance in education.
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.
Students who live in or near West Valley won’t have to travel as far to go to class.
SLCC students talked to Michael Waters from Express about their plans for summer.
SLCC students explain why they plan to take the summer semester off — or why they don’t.
SLCC students offer study advice to help you stay sane during finals week.
Learn why Salt Lake Community College is opening a campus in West Valley City next fall.
Turmoil and political strife bring many refugees to America. Elysa Giles shares the story of Sanaul Faq, an SLCC student from Afghanistan.
Huftalin addressed Obama’s plan for free community college at a forum on Feb. 4; current SLCC students also offer input.
Benjamin Lindsay talks to two students — one starting at SLCC and one nearing a transfer to a four-year college — to get their insights about college.
SLCC editing student Andrea Ibanez shares her story of discovering her major and finding passion in her work, and encourages other students to do the same.
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.