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Disabled parking signs line wall of a building at South City Campus

But you don’t look sick: living with an invisible disability

Amie Schaeffer shares her personal experience living with multiple sclerosis and how the Disability Resource Center helps students with disabilities.

ShakeOut rumbles students phones, emails

Tuesday's mock earthquake was a low-magnitude affair at Salt Lake Community College.
James Gehrke headshot

James Gehrke of Magnify: Self-awareness fundamental to strong leadership

James Gehrke, founder of Magnify Leadership and Development, used the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at SLCC to turn his idea into a business primed for success.

Students create checklist to fight climate change

As global warming progresses, SLCC students and faculty urge the community to make small changes in their lives to reduce their impact on the environment.
Redwood Campus food pantry

Bruin Cupboard doubles down to defeat hunger

The Bruin Cupboard has added a second location at Taylorsville Redwood Campus to better serve students, faculty and staff.
"Playful Red" by Richard Prazen

President’s Art Show highlights local artists

Learn more about the annual SLCC art show and who won this year's awards.
Official Utah Republican 2020 primary ballot

Utah primary voting: What you need to know

Learn why the June 30 primary has captured the attention of several thousand Utah voters.
You do you without the flu

SLCC offering free flu shots this fall

Salt Lake Community College is offering free flu shots this year to SLCC students and employees.
The International Diplomacy Club's table, decorated with presentation board, a map-themed table decoration, and a very large decorative fan.

Club Rush brings clubs to the students

Club Rush showcases the many ways students can get a college experience beyond the classroom.
Portrait of Heather Maggio-Brooks

Op-ed: I’m voting for racial equality and police reform

SLCC student Heather Maggio-Brooks writes about the reasons she is voting in the 2020 election.
SLICE members built community gardens to provide food for the hungry for one of their projects.

Program teaches skills for social change

SLICE offers service and leadership opportunities. Application deadline is March 29.
Flier reads "Anything helps! We need your support to help our homeless neighbors this winter!"

SLCC students raise money, awareness to help the homeless

Salt Lake Community College students Jayda Jackson and Zubaida Yessin have already raised hundreds of dollars to help people experiencing homelessness.