The new Herriman Campus, which had been in planning for more than a decade, finally opened its doors on Aug. 22 to prospective SLCC and U. students living in the south end of the Salt Lake Valley.
SLCCSA President Joyce Wambuyi outlines the organization's priorities for the upcoming academic year.
The Center for Health and Counseling and the Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center are now offering free tablets of Plan B, the emergency contraceptive pill.
Two former club presidents discuss how being part of a club improved their lives and reshaped their futures.
SLCC faculty and staff say remote and hybrid learning options help students who need to work but still want an education.
Rental prices continue to adversely affect Salt Lake Community College students, but other forms of financial assistance exist on campus.
Attorneys for Planned Parenthood and the state of Utah presented their arguments to the Utah Supreme Court regarding the preliminary injunction on the state's abortion trigger law, which bans all elective abortions except in cases of rape, incest or risk to the mother's health.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved Opill, the first over-the-counter birth control pill; Opill is expected to be available for purchase in early 2024.
Several unauthorized flyers containing anti-LGBTQ rhetoric were posted at Miller campus during Pride Month.
Salt Lake Community College held a commencement ceremony July 10 for the first graduates of the school's Prison Education Program.
In a dual language course, students who are learning English can grasp key concepts without the additional burden of translating unfamiliar terms and definitions.
As part of the college’s Muslim Heritage Month celebrations, a panel discussion on July 19 sought to break down the barriers and stigmas surrounding...