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Dr. Roderic Land

SLCC holds forum to bridge political divide

After an emotional election, Dr. Roderic Land reassured students and staff that SLCC will always welcome them.
Herb hemp plant

Prop 2 and the fight for medical marijuana in Utah

Medical marijuana in Utah is on the ballot this fall. Learn more about the issue and tell us where you stand.
Food cans and non perishable food items organized

The importance of SLCC’s Bruin Pantry

To assist students, staff and faculty, SLCC offers the Bruin Pantry, where they can grab food and essential supplies.
DRC front desk

SLCC celebrates DiversAbility Week

Formerly known as Disability Awareness Week, DiversAbility Week celebrates people with disabilities and their experiences.

Commuting by bicycle promotes healthy living

There are many reasons to ride a bike to college. First off, it's good for the wallet, as riders save a large amount of...
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.
Female college student stressed

The Salt Lake Community College survival guide for freshmen: Part 2

Romney continues offering advice to new SLCC freshmen in part 2 of his survival guide.
Several guests talking inside the GSSRC

Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center makes an impact at South City Campus

SLCC's Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center offers a place of refuge for female-identifying and LGBTQ+ students.
Latinos In Action club members enjoying a day at Lagoon together.

Latinos in Action: a small club making a big difference

the Latinos in Action club serves the community, making a big impact with only a few helping hands.
Jenny Wilson

#SLCCvotes: 5 questions for Jenny Wilson

Learn more about current Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson, the Democrat running for reelection.

Students with disabilities can find relief with Disability Resource Center

SLCC's Disability Resource Center works to ensure that students with disabilities can excel in their studies.
Erica Hammon

SLCC alumna pens new book to inspire students

SLCC alumna and Whittier Elementary teacher Erica Hammon hopes to give students new perspective through her book, "The Top 10 Strategies for Student Engagement."