LE 1020 Student Resources Rubric. By: Emily Francis Alivia Britnee. Employment (Student).
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Student Employment and Cooperative Education Services provides many benefits. If you are interested in obtaining job referrals, learning interview strategies, attending job seeking skills related workshops, or interfacing with employers, this is the place to go.
If you are interested in receiving credit for working, please contact our office. Cooperative Education could be the answer you are looking for.
Student Writing CenterWriting tutors work with in-class writing assignments and other projects both in-person and online. They assist with analyzing writing situations, with developing plans, and with more technical aspects of writing such as organization, grammar and usage.Online writing tutoring.
The mission of the SLCC Learning Center Programs is to provide FREE tutorial services to students enrolled in various courses offered by the college in order to promote student success. We strive to help our students to build confidence, defeat anxieties, and develop a greater appreciation for education and learning We Offer:
Quality Service to students, colleagues, and the community is our highest priority. We VALUE respect for the individual, honest communication, and a pleasant environment. We PROMOTE professionalism, productivity, integrity, creativity, and personal responsibility.
Building Hours:Monday thru Thursday: 6:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.Friday: 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Saturday: as needed for reservationsSunday: Closed
The mission of Academic & Career Advising is to develop an interactive, informative, and supportive environment where all students can plan, explore, access resources, make decisions, and evaluate their academic and career goals.
The Academic and Career Advising department is here to assist you with your academic career at Salt Lake Community College. Whether you are a new, continuing, transfer, or undecided student, this site has a wealth of information about SLCC programs, policies, and resources that are crucial for your success.
Create an educational plan and/or set up a class schedule
Identify the courses needed toward graduation
Get started at SLCC
Obtain transfer information
Review academic progress
Find more about resources available at the College and the community
The Mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is to foster student inclusion into the Salt Lake Community College through processes which are accurate and understandable and which support the personal, educational and social growth of students with respect, optimism and caring. This is accomplished by:Providing reasonable and appropriate and timely accommodations with the goal of insuring equal opportunity and access as required under the ADA.
Supporting the Polices & Procedures and maintaining the academic standards of the College.
Establishing ongoing partnerships with the student, administration, faculty and staff through a framework of mutual understanding and respect.
Providing educational information and assistance to constituent groups and consumers.Proper documentation of a disability establishing a physical or mental impairment which limits a major life activity as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is required in order to receive services or accommodations. All authorizations for services must be reasonable in nature and are individually determined by a qualified advisor.
Health & Wellness Services is a student-centered, professional partner providing access to medical services, counseling, health promotion and massage utilizing integrated therapeutic approaches to care. We believe that learning and health are inter-dependent and our mission is to guide and empower students to achieve academic success and a lifelong pursuit of health
We envision a world in which people's basic needs are met and in which the values of equality and social justice are realized. We believe institutions of higher education have a responsibility to cultivate an engaged citizenry. We are therefore dedicated to empowering our students and faculty to realize they have the knowledge and skills to affect positive change in their community.
The library system has print books and periodical subscription, access to electronic databases and reference titles (which include full text articles and indexing/abstracting services), e-books, e-journals, online video resources, popular movies, telecourse videos, and more.
Library staff provides assistance with: e-Portfolio, research, and reference questions; inter-library and inter-campus loans; and training to assist in using the library's resources and accessing the Internet