Service animals are a vital resource for people with disabilities, but other support animals are not allowed on campus.
Every semester, the Disability Resource Center helps more than 2,000 students with accommodations or accessibility services.
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.
The Disability Resource Center showcased a variety of resources for students with disabilities.
Learn more about Disability Awareness Week events at Taylorsville Redwood and South City campuses.
The South City Campus community garden is sharing its bounty with the student food pantry.
The Disability Resource Center provides support to thousands of SLCC students, many of which use service animals. Learn more about the program.
Salt Lake Community College is helping thousands of students learn healthier eating habits.
Learn about the Disability Resource Center and how disabled students can get help.
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.