Nurses are becoming more scarce. Here’s how SLCC is preparing them for success
The U.S. has seen a significant increase of nurse turnover since the pandemic’s onset, and SLCC is trying to reduce factors that inhibit students from pursuing or completing a nursing degree.
Health center event informs students about contraception, consent
Salt Lake Community College held a first-of-its-kind event promoting modern sex education on March 27.
Spring job fair underway at Taylorsville Redwood Campus
SLCC students searching for job opportunities can connect with employers during the annual spring job fair.
Photos: Bruins celebrate start of spring with Newroz
Salt Lake Community College hosted a Newroz holiday celebration March 21 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Filing taxes doesn’t have to be complicated, professors say
Accounting professors at Salt Lake Community College offer a few tax tips to reassure students who have concerns about filing.
Overlooked club conference connects student groups
The Thayne Center hosts a clubs and organizations conference for over 50 groups on campus twice a year, but the event isn’t widely known among SLCC students and faculty.
SLCC admin and faculty prepare for AI’s impact on education
As ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence programs enter academic settings, SLCC administrators and faculty contemplate how to move forward with the technology.
How SLCC students can best prepare for graduation day
With commencement just over a month away, the Salt Lake Community College graduation office offers resources and tips for students preparing to soon receive their diplomas.
SLCC won’t increase its tuition this upcoming year, college announces
Salt Lake Community College announced on March 2 that its tuition prices will stay the same for the 2023-24 academic year.
Section of Westpointe Center named after retired Sen. Karen Mayne
Salt Lake Community College recently named a section of the Westpointe campus after a supporter of women in the trades, former Utah State Sen. Karen Mayne.
After the shooting in Michigan, students question SLCC’s safety protocols
After the mass shooting at Michigan State University in February, some SLCC community members wonder what they would do if a similar event occurred on their own campus.
Black Student Union hosts panel on racism and hate speech
Salt Lake Community College's Black Student Union hosted a panel discussion focusing on racism and freedom of speech on Feb. 23.