Welcome to SLCC Talks, a weekly segment where fellow Salt Lake Community College students tell us what they think about a certain campus-related topic. April...
Local fashion designer and Fashion Institute instructor Krista Nielson achieved great success during her time as a SLCC student.
Salt Lake Community College’s Ohana Luau will take place on Saturday, March 29 at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus. On this week's edition of SLCC Talks, students tell us their favorite part of a luau.
Romney's Video Review of 'Need for Speed.'
Athletics director Norma Carr leaves SLCC after a 25-year career and legacy of overcoming obstacles.
Taking classes online allows students to create their own schedule, but classes may be harder due to the less strict conditions. SLCC provides help for students and eLearning.
SLCC is full of clubs, but creating the one you need or want is easier than it seems.
SLCC students can receive a OneCard to use when enrolled, but many are unaware of its benefits like a free massage, discounts, and even use it as a debit card.
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.
A recent crime at the South City campus brings to light the frequency of theft at SLCC campuses.
What class at SLCC would you enroll in to satisfy the diversity requirement? See what other SLCC students had to say and tell us what you think.
The Multicultural Initiatives Department at SLCC puts their main focus on helping students from ethnic backgrounds.