SLCC students can redefine their college experience and support their peers by joining student government.
Students have the opportunity to experience Washington D.C. while building their resume and college portfolio.
With more than 60 clubs and the ability to create a club, Salt Lake Community College has a club for just about everything.
SLCCSA President Junior Martinez Magallon and Vice President Chase Larson talk about their time in office and their goals for the upcoming year.
Enjoy this recap of the “Great Gatsby” murder mystery dinner that took place March 7.
Dozens of SLCC student clubs will be recruiting new members next week.
Amy Rees Anderson spoke to SLCC students earlier this month at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Students who serve in student government say it enhances their college experience.
Students, faculty, staff and community members talked about microaggression at the eighth annual Diversity Dinner.
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski talked to aspiring student leaders in the Oak Room last Wednesday.
The Multicultural Student Art Exhibit will be on display this Wednesday and Thursday in the Oak Room.
Donate good food or warm clothing and make a difference in the community.