Mental health workers at Salt Lake Community College are ready to combat any issues affecting a student's well-being.
Math may not be a student's favorite subject, but SLCC professors argue that it needs to be included as a general education requirement.
The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center streamlines several resources targeted at students who identify as LGBTQ+ and women.
The Globe found three interesting classes that also fulfill some general education requirements.
Salt Lake Community College provides all kinds of resources to help students thrive.
SLCC President Deneece Huftalin welcomes students to the beginning of the 2021-22 school year.
The Student Writing and Reading Center offers free tutoring for students who need assistance with their writing.
Students who meet with a tutor at the Student Writing and Reading Center end up with a higher GPA on writing assignments.
SLCC leaders and local dignitaries congratulated and encouraged the newest graduating class at the virus-delayed commencement ceremony.
American Indian Student Leadership helps Native American students feel welcomed and included at Salt Lake Community College.
Latinx United for Change and Activism gives students the opportunity to become leaders and learn more of the Latinx experience in the United States.
Dr. Lea Lani Kinikini the first chief diversity officer appointed at Salt Lake Community College.