SLCC academic advisors are available to help students identify their educational and career goals, advise students about their pathway of study, and work with students to create academic plans that lead to successful completion of a degree or certificate to transfer or enter the workforce. Visit Academic Advising for more information.
SLCC admissions advisors provide information on enrollment steps, academic programs, paying for college, and transfer options to prospective students, family members, high school counselors and community partners. The Admissions Office also oversees the processing of applications for admission, term changes, state residency classification requirements, and the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program. Visit Admissions for more information.
The SLCC Bookstore is owned and operated by Follet. We proudly provide products and services to the College community. Visit Bookstore for more information.
A team of trained career advisors and employer specialists are here to support students and alumni by helping them create individualized life plans. Our goal is to help students better understand who they are, what they like, what they want to do professionally, and what steps they need to take to get there. Seeing a career advisor early and often is the most important step towards achieving this goal and feeling confident in one’s career direction. Visit Career Services for more information.
Center for Health and Counseling
The Center for Health and Counseling promotes and supports student success and personal development by providing quality, accessible, affordable, culturally sensitive and confidential services through an integrative and collaborative approach to medical care, mental health counseling, health education and massage therapy. Visit Center for Health and Counseling for more information.
Child Care & Family Services
Child Care and Family Services provides compassionate, reliable and pragmatic services to all student parents and their children in the areas of financial need, parenting and family education, and access to quality childcare. Visit Child Care & Family Services for more information.
The SLCC Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Department partners with high schools and SLCC academic departments to build a comprehensive college experience for motivated and academically prepared high school students. Students who complete concurrent enrollment courses receive both high school and college credit. Visit Concurrent Enrollment for more information.
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center is here to facilitate inclusion and equal access for all students by providing a variety of individualized accommodations and resources, including applying for admission, classroom-related assignments, campus event access, and more. Visit Disability Resource Center for more information.
SLCC has many resources to help you create and work on your ePortfolio. On the ePortfolio help site you find basic ePortfolio information, online tutorials, locations and hours of ePortfolio labs where you can get one-on-one help, examples of outstanding student ePortfolios, as well as ePortfolio scholarship and other basic information. Visit ePortfolio for more information.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
The EEO Office supports Salt Lake Community College’s commitment to policies of equal employment and nondiscrimination. The EEO Office works to prevent any form of exclusion from participation in, denial of benefits of, or subject any individual to discrimination, harassment, or prejudicial treatment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, genetic information, disability, religion, protected veteran status, expression of political or personal beliefs outside of the workplace, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local law. Visit Equal Employment Opportunity for more information.
SLCC’s Financial Aid Office educates students on the types of financial aid available and assists students in completing the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) and informs them of the requirements to keep financial aid. Students may also learn about non-Title IV aid sources of funding, such as scholarships, tuition waiver programs and the SLCC Promise Program. Visit Financial Aid for more information.
First-Year Experience (FYE)
FYE staff leads services and events to ensure the successful transition of new students and their support network into SLCC’s academic and social environments by providing Area of Study Orientations, relaying current resources and policies throughout the year and teaching skills for student success. Visit First-Year Experience for more information.
SLCC’s Graduation Office works with students applying for graduation or requesting certificates or diplomas. Please visit the Graduation Office’s website to find instructions on applications for graduation, important dates and forms.
International Student Services
International Student Services offers a wide variety of services and programs to international students at Salt Lake Community College. We are your headquarters for immigration advising, personal support, academic support, cultural adjustment, and provide opportunities for friendship and leadership. We present a special international orientation at the beginning of each semester which introduces new students to the immigration regulations, the U.S. educational system, Salt Lake Community College resources, and cross-cultural differences. We are your advocates and ensure that you are understood and supported. Visit International Student Services for more information.
Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs advances an inclusive and equitable learning environment for all students through programming that focuses on leadership development, community building, social justice education, and activities that advocate for the enrollment, retention, and success of historically underrepresented students. Visit Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs for more information.
Office of the Registrar and Academic Records
The Office of the Registrar and Academic Records serves and empowers students, staff, faculty and our community as the Office facilitates the completion of academic goals and implements effective college policies and procedures to ensure accuracy, integrity, and compliance for academic records. Visit Office of the Registrar and Academic Records for more information.
The OneCard Office provides school identification and specialty cards to staff, faculty, students and community members giving them unique access to a wide variety of college facilities and events. The OneCard includes a free transit pass good for use on all UTA services. Visit One Card for more information.
STEM Learning Resources
The STEM Learning Resources department works in collaboration with all Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics departments to provide a variety of free academic support services. These services include tutoring, workshops and project-based learning.
We build self-confidence, promote critical thinking skills, and encourage active learning for STEM students. We are committed to preparing students to reach their full potential as both individuals as well as members of our community. Visit STEM Learning Resources for more information.
Student Life & Leadership
Student Life & Leadership helps students retain and succeed by providing students opportunities to have a voice, get involved, challenge assumptions and cultivate leadership abilities. Visit Student Life & Leadership for more information.
Student Writing & Reading Center
The SLCC Student Writing & Reading Center helps you to succeed as a student by helping you to improve as a writer and a reader. We offer free, in-person and online consultations for all SLCC students enrolled in any class. We also have a variety of literacy resources for students and teachers. Visit Student Writing & Reading Center for more information at www.slcc.edu/swc.
Thayne Center for Service & Learning
The Thayne Center supports civic engagement through leadership development programs, community work-study, and funding opportunities. Connect with the community through one of our many partnerships. Access resources on campus and in the community, including food pantries and community gardens at multiple SLCC locations. Visit Thayne Center for Service & Learning for more information.
Title IX is a federal law offering protection against sex discrimination in your education, programs and activities here at SLCC. The College is committed to maintaining a campus community where every individual may work and study free from abuse, intimidation and harassment. Visit Title IX for more information.
Veterans Services is committed to supporting those who have served us by assisting them in obtaining their education benefits in a timely manner, providing support in retention, and offering educational tools and resources in a supportive environment to assist the Veteran student and dependents in their path towards graduation. Visit Veterans Services for more information.