With three COVID-19 vaccines now available, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox expanded eligibility to include all residents 16 and older.
Students, faculty and community members joined together to support Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the aftermath of the Atlanta shooting spree.
Lindsay Simons and Derrick Tuff will represent SLCCSA as president and executive vice president for 2021-22.
The Miller Campus remains open during the pandemic to train students in law enforcement, culinary arts, and other disciplines.
SLCC has organized Womxn's Heritage Month to honor and recognize all women and their accomplishments.
Students share their opinions about Rate My Professors, a review-based website that allows students to publicly rank instructors.
COVID-19 has changed student opinions about pushing through sickness.
Students may need to set boundaries on their social media usage to maintain healthier relationships.
Salt Lake Community College offers free tutoring resources in various subjects.
Salt Lake Community College reacts to House Bill 302, with would ban transgender girls from competing in school sports.
Learn more about campus safety policies after a recent sexual assault at the University of Utah.
Salt Lake Community College students react to what President Joe Biden has done in the early weeks of his administration.