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COVID-19 booster shots may be necessary

COVID-19 booster shots, and potentially annual vaccinations, will likely become a necessity in the future.
GSSRC Lavender Graduation Open House - Tuesday, April 20th

Lavender Graduation recognizes SLCC LGBTQ grads

Salt Lake Community College joins other higher education institutions in celebrating the achievements of graduating LGBTQ+ students.
Bandage applied to vaccine injection site

Latin community hit hard by pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected the Hispanic community in Utah.
Rendering of Herriman Campus

Construction to begin on new SLCC campus in Herriman

Construction will begin this summer on the Juniper Canyon Campus in Herriman, which was first conceptualized a decade ago.
SLCC Dream Center logo

SLCC Dream Center presents first annual UndocuWeek

The Dream Center at Salt Lake Community College is hosting several events for undocumented students this week.
Woman teaches circuit theory on a whiteboard

Educators hope to shrink the STEM gender gap

Men outnumber women in most STEM careers, but SLCC is taking steps to close the gap.
Woman covers her head with a pillow while in bed

Sleep challenges worsened by pandemic

Stress and anxiety caused by the coronavirus pandemic can exacerbate sleep disorders like insomnia.
Redwood Campus Food Pantry

Bruin Pantry food drive to benefit SLCC community

The Salt Lake Community College Bruin Pantry is holding a food drive through April 15.
Rows of empty school desks

College students say Utah’s sex ed curriculum falls short

Some college students say the sex education curriculum taught in Utah schools leaves young people unprepared.
South view of Meadowbrook Campus

Refugee students express gratitude for opportunities

Refugee students and staff explain how Salt Lake Community College has forever changed their lives.
Deneece Huftalin speaking

Tracking your tuition dollars for 2021-22

Salt Lake Community College received approval for a 2.43% increase in tuition and fees for the 2021-22 academic year.
Steve Hill stands next to military word cloud shaped like United States

How SLCC serves its military community

SLCC helps its military members, veterans and dependents succeed by helping them navigate college life.