SLCC student Nic O’Shea says the liberal arts can enhance your education goals.
Editor-in-Chief Julie Hirschi leaves her role with “The Globe” encouraging SLCC students to get involved with their student newspaper.
In this multi-part story by contributor Anji Sandage, Dr. Marlin Clark and SLCC faculty stress the importance of education as a cause for peace at President’s and Dean’s List reception for 2013-14.
International philosophy students are coming to SLCC to discuss the work of Friedrich Nietzsche on Thursday, March 27.
The rising cost of college makes it harder for to get a proper education, making college a high class commodity.
The old South High School has been reformed, and it’s cause for celebration.
HB254 requisitions credit for military service; colleges lack direction and leadership for implementation.
Congress failed to act to keep interest rates from doubling on July 1. Subsidized Stafford Loans now have a 6.8 percent interest rate.
The Deans List recognizes SLCC students who have achieved a GPA of 3.5 to 3.79 and take 15 credits in a semester. Students who achieve a GPA of 3.8 or higher qualify for the even higher honor of making the Presidents List. Both were honored at this event.
Course taught at Jordan Campus shows students what they can expect through all stages of a pregnancy.