Salt Lake Community College will host a celebration event for first-generation students and alumni on Thursday.
Salt Lake Community College will host several emergency preparedness fairs through the first of October.
Grazing goats are just one way Salt Lake Community College is trying to reduce its carbon footprint.
Salt Lake Community College students, staff and faculty can obtain free groceries and toiletries from the Bruin Pantry.
Salt Lake Community College students have access to affordable medical and dental care, even if they have no health insurance.
The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary “Dolores” in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.
Stop by and learn how you can be better prepared for any type of emergency that may come your way.
Make sure to mark your calendars for these awesome events and start getting involved.
Stumped on how to spend Halloween? Ben Seiger has some spooky suggestions for getting your thrills this October.
Dozens of SLCC student clubs will be recruiting new members next week.
Donate good food or warm clothing and make a difference in the community.
The SLCC biotechnology program offers a constantly evolving learning environment.