As part of SLCC’s presence at Salt Lake Comic Con this year, Fashion Institute students and alumni will showcasing their costumes and designs.
Salt Lake Community College is going to have a booth at this year’s Salt Lake Comic Con. Reporter Hannah Dailami gives you the rundown on what to expect.
SLCC offers an array of workshops and programs to students who have come here from abroad. Learn more about what International Student Services can do for you.
Could you describe your experiences with race in six words or less? Learn how The Race Card Project is working to encourage open dialogue about race.
Students in the Professional Truck Driving Program get hands-on experience by loading and delivering donation items for the Utah Food Bank.
Transition Lab offers an alternative to the regular college education by teaching participants how to grow food, how to take those skills and trade them for necessities such as housing.
Students and local business leaders rally at Taylorsville Redwood Campus to protest the college administration’s decision to cancel SLCC’s Cosmetology program.
The Globe profiles a SLCC student and professional fitness trainer. The owner of Carrie Cox Fitness LLC has discovered that she really enjoys training women, and especially enjoys seeing them gain self confidence as she helps them transform their bodies.
Maura Carabello speaks to students about getting involved in the political process: “Caucus is just a fancy word for meeting and anyone [18 or older] can be elected as a delegate.”
Education First Utah plans to ensure a strong economy for Utah come 2020 with its 66% campaign.
Students from Salt Lake Community College and other local schools launch this year’s recycling competition.
Teams of kids build robots and other contraptions in an annual building-toy competition.