Salt Lake Community College offers all kinds of free and discounted services to students. Here are three campus perks that you may not know about.
Cassie Tolhurst talks with Health and Wellness Services clinic manager Mark Francom about vaccinations and their benefits.
Students who don’t exercise may be missing out on a better life. Ana Maria Durango explains some easy ways for SLCC students to get active.
When it comes to safe sex, ignorance is no excuse. Learn the facts about condoms and where SLCC students can buy condoms on campus.
Stress Management workshops and other services are intended to prevent students from losing control.
If you are a new Salt Lake Community College student, or you would like to improve your SLCC experience, check out our survival guide to prepare for the new school year.
The Freedom from Smoking Program, offered through SLCC Health and Wellness Services, challenges the pop star’s message in an effort to inspire students to quit tobacco.
SLCC students can receive a OneCard to use when enrolled, but many are unaware of its benefits like a free massage, discounts, and even use it as a debit card.
Health and Wellness Services have planned several events for the month of February to help students with everything from physical and mental health to finding the best healthcare resources available.
United Way offers help with Obamacare in front of the Grand Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 20 from noon to 4 p.m.