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An ePortfolio for student success

Get the basics of the ePortfolio and how students can use it to their benefit.

Your first year at Salt Lake Community College!

My first year in college was both a very exciting and intimidating time for me. I still remember starting college and feeling alone amidst...

SLCC sports roundup

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL On the opening day of the Region 18 Basketball Tournament, two women's teams advanced in the championship bracket. Eastern Utah defeated Colorado Northwestern...
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SLCC provides a plethora of tech tools

SLCC does its best to ensure that students have access to the latest software.
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President’s Message: End of fall semester

President Deneece Huftalin has some words of encouragement for students as the fall semester comes to a close.
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Utah Highway Patrol hosts LGBTQ+ safety chat

The Utah Highway Patrol hosted a safety chat for students, faculty and staff last month at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.

Academic advising: What’s in it for you?

The biggest myth about academic advising is that advising is just about course selection. There is so much more to it!  Many students do...

Bruin Baseball springs into new season as nationally ranked team

SLCC baseball team currently stand at 17th nationally but are expected to rank higher as the season progresses.
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SLCC student cruises campus on a Segway

SLCC Journalism student, Timothy Janssen uses a Segway personal transporter on and off campus.
Deneece Huftalin announces a three to six percent tuition increase

Students to face three to six percent tuition increase

On Monday, March 12, Deneece Huftalin, vice president of student services, led a discussion for students about the proposed tuition increase for Salt Lake Community College for the 2012-2013 school year.

Bruins unable to overcome huge loss, head to consolation round

Kendall goes down in the first set, Bruins lose game in five.
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Summertime and the parking is easy, but in the fall it’s a different matter...

Parking can be a headache, but with some precautions students can avoid problems and pains.