Shad Engkilterra wants more student involvement outside of the classroom at Salt Lake Community College.
The lead custodian at Taylorsville Redwood Campus still enjoys working at SLCC after 26 years, despite getting calls about spilled liquids, clogged toilets and throw up.
On April 9, Salt Lake Community College hosted the 2012 Student Conference on Writing and Social Justice. The theme this year was “Doing Democracy: Inclusive Civil Discourse.”
Students and faculty gathered at the Student Event Center in the Student Center on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Friday, April 6 to discover and celebrate Salt Lake Community College’s newly elected and selected Student Executive Council.
The SLCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa holds an induction ceremony on Wednesday, April 4.
Illusions of floating, delusions that arise in the dark, and dreams of hope renewed and nightmares of losing a loved one. These are just a few of the images presented in movement by SLCC Dance Company in Illusions and Delusions.
Salt Lake Community College shutters a costly program. Current Barbering and Cosmetology students have two years to complete their education.
Maura Carabello speaks to students about getting involved in the political process: “Caucus is just a fancy word for meeting and anyone [18 or older] can be elected as a delegate.”
Meet Sarah Reale, Social Networking Coordinator and the online voice of SLCC on Facebook and other social networking sites.