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Saturday, April 10, 2021


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Dr. Lepper cleans up a garden bed

Thayne Center fosters community engagement

Salt Lake Community College’s Thayne Center provides service-learning opportunities for both students and faculty.

Assistive Technology Fair showcases devices for the disabled

SLCC's Disability Center showcases helpful advancements in assistive technologies for those with disabilities.
Gov. Herbert talks to a student

Gov. Herbert visits SLCC Redwood Campus

Utah's top leader spoke to SLCC political science students during a visit to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.

SLCC student leaders explore idea of refrigerated lockers on campus

The SLCC Student Senate is responding to a request to provide a place for students to store food during long school days.
LDS Student Association members

LDSSA to host Thanksgiving lunch next Tuesday

The Taylorsville LDS Institute will serve a Thanksgiving-style feast on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Woman sitting alone on sofa with head on her knees

A nation in isolation: Pandemic creates feelings of loss

People of all ages struggle with the uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus.
Peter pointing at camera next to "You Belong Here" on back wall

Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center strives to cultivate community

Since its opening in October 2019, the Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center has offered classes and events to keep students connected and cultivate...
SLCC block letter sign at Jordan Campus

College affordability remains a priority during COVID-19

Amid the pandemic, many students choose to attend Salt Lake Community College because of the lower tuition prices.
Plaque in The Realm (east of Student Center) on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus

SLCC unveils land acknowledgement plaques

Salt Lake Community College installed several plaques to honor the original ancestors of the land the college is built on.
Portrait of Danielle Swartz

SLCC student lands scholarship for outstanding service-learning project

The Engaged Learning Office recently awarded a $1,477 scholarship to SLCC student Danielle Swartz.
Little boy takes a sip

Huval Child Care adds services for infants

The Tim and Brenda Huval Child Care Center at South City Campus now accepts children as young as six weeks old.
South view of Meadowbrook Campus

Refugee students express gratitude for opportunities

Refugee students and staff explain how Salt Lake Community College has forever changed their lives.