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SLCC Financial Aid

Save money by applying for scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is ready to help SLCC students as they plan for the spring 2021 semester.
Zumba with Leka

Zumba classes help students manage stress

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center is hosting virtual Zumba classes to help SLCC students stay active during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
SATTS banner next to SLCC training ambulance

Relief program offers training to Utahns in need

Salt Lake Community College set up a CARES Act training program for students who lost their jobs because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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SLCC Help Desk slammed with calls as students, faculty go mostly online

Salt Lake Community College's Help Desk saw a significant uptick in requests as more classes went online because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Headshot of Austin Fashimpaur

Student honored for dedication to SLCC community

Salt Lake Community College student Austin Fashimpaur received the 2020 NASPA Undergraduate Rising Star Award.
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Photos: 2020 SLCC Veterans Day flag ceremony

View photos from the Veterans Day flag raising ceremony at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Female student taking notes

SLCC writing expert offers tips for better note-taking

Clint Gardner from the Student Writing and Reading Center says developing good note-taking habits can help students in the future.
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SLCC basketball teams play scrimmages before seasons begin in January

The coronavirus delayed the usual start of men's and women's basketball activities at Salt Lake Community College.

In-person classes to continue after Thanksgiving break

Salt Lake Community College plans to keep the course schedule and delivery model it established at the beginning of fall semester.
Gov. Gary Herbert announces new COVID-19 State of Emergency

Gov. Herbert issues new emergency orders as COVID-19 cases continue to surge

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert issued a new state of emergency and a statewide mask mandate Sunday evening after a surge in coronavirus cases.
Joe Biden applauds

Joe Biden projected to win 2020 presidential election

Projected victories in Pennsylvania and Nevada will give Joe Biden enough electoral votes to become the 46th president of the United States.
Female students miles with her I'm the First t-shirt

SLCC to join first-generation student celebrations

SLCC will join other institutions around the country in celebrating first-generation college students.