SLCC offers comprehensive services to all who are serving or have served in the U.S. military and to their dependents.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Student Leaders in Civic Engagement (SLICE) once again set up the display for the Silent Witness Project. Learn where on campus you can find these displays.
The Tim and Brenda Huval Child Care Center at South City Campus now accepts children as young as six weeks old.
Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale believes this generation of students will carry on his party's message.
On Friday, Oct. 8 a tree was planted in honor of recently deceased Phil Erickson (1945-2010), who taught three to five classes a semester...
The Utah State Board of Regents met last Friday, approving an Associate of Applied Science degree under The Green Academy for energy management. The...
Sharp rises in web news consumption and disappearing print revenues reshape the face of Bruin news.
After a postponement in early February, the Viva Frida exhibit arrived at SLCC's South City Campus to highlight an important figure in Mexican culture.
Students were asked to drop, cover and hold on earlier this month for the statewide earthquake drill.
Learn more about the annual SLCC art show and who won this year's awards.
Come enjoy a fantastic show performed by SLCC’s most talented dancers and help the Bruin Cupboard fill its shelves for the holiday season.
The SLCC Student Senate is responding to a request to provide a place for students to store food during long school days.