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Redwood Campus Food Pantry

Bruin Pantry food drive to benefit SLCC community

The Salt Lake Community College Bruin Pantry is holding a food drive through April 15.
Rows of empty school desks

College students say Utah’s sex ed curriculum falls short

Some college students say the sex education curriculum taught in Utah schools leaves young people unprepared.
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.
Deneece Huftalin speaking

Tracking your tuition dollars for 2021-22

Salt Lake Community College received approval for a 2.43% increase in tuition and fees for the 2021-22 academic year.
Steve Hill stands next to military word cloud shaped like United States

How SLCC serves its military community

SLCC helps its military members, veterans and dependents succeed by helping them navigate college life.
Indoor cycling class

SLCC resources to help students fight burnout

SLCC offers several health and fitness services to help students with stress management.
Sign reads "We stand together side by side, full of color and bleeding pride!"

LGBTQ pride: Going beyond the rainbow flag

The LGBTQ+ community has increased its support for the Black liberation movement in recent months.
Peter Moosman stands in front of wall that reads "You belong here"

Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center extends virtual help to lonely students

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center increased its virtual programming to stay connected with students during the coronavirus pandemic.
Portrait of Ya-Ya Fairley

SLCC womxn’s coordinator focuses on inclusivity

Learn more about Ya-Ya Fairley and her new role as the womxn's coordinator at Salt Lake Community College.
Person holding teal-colored mask with keys in left hand

SLCC to continue requiring masks after Utah lifts statewide mandate

A mask requirement will remain in effect at Salt Lake Community College after Utah's statewide mask mandate ends April 10.
Channing Lowe teaching during COVID-19

SLCC students want to return to life on campus

Some SLCC students say they miss the experiences that come with in-person classes.
Utah State Capitol

How concealed carry without a permit affects public safety

House Bill 60, signed into Utah law Feb. 11, removes the need for a license to carry a concealed firearm.