Disability Awareness Week was held Sept. 17-20 at Salt Lake Community College. Take a look at what you may have missed.
The Disability Resource Center hosts Disability Awareness Week to raise awareness and eliminate stigmas. Learn more about the events taking place this week.
“GRIP: Conversational Portraits on Mental Health” is currently on display in the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus. The series raises awareness about mental illness by visualizing the personal experiences of those who suffer from it.
Learn more about Disability Awareness Week events at Taylorsville Redwood and South City campuses.
Josh Hanagarne, author of “The World’s Strongest Librarian,” paid a visit to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus to discuss writing, reading, and living with Tourette’s Syndrome. Reporter Hannah Dailami has the story.
SLCC’s Disability Resource Center works to ensure that students with disabilities can excel in their studies.
Salt Lake Community College’s student includes a great deal of active duty, reserve, and other military veterans from all branches of the service. Learn about how SLCC helps these veterans transition to college life as they pursue new careers.
Salt Lake Community College is once again gearing up for Disability Awareness Week. Learn about the events that will be taking place next week!
Gideon DiMeglio was born without arms, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying life. Learn more about where life has taken him and what brings him to Salt Lake Community College.
‘Osmond Boy’ David Osmond performs at Salt Lake Community College as part of the college’s Disability Awareness Week festivities.
Local musician Jeremiah Maxey overcomes challenges and wows audiences with his musical talents.