STUDENT RESOURCES. By: Colbey, Ivonne , and Jessica. Employment. If you are interested in getting a job you can get help on job referrals, interview’s, attending job seeking skills that provide workshops, or just help on interacting with an employers, this is the place to go.
By: Colbey, Ivonne, and Jessica
If you are interested in getting a job you can get help on job referrals, interview’s, attending job seeking skills that provide workshops, or just help on interacting with an employers, this is the place to go.
Hours: 8am–4:30pm Mon-Fri
Next Job Fair: April 13, 2013
Student who want help and more feedback on there writing skill or need help on writing essay can go to the writing lab. Student can joining the writing lab for more one on one student help with there homework. In order to get help it’s best
Hours: 9am-4:30pm Mon-Fri
The learning center provides students in different courses to help promote student success in math and science. The learning center is to help our students to build confidence, conquer anxieties and fear, and develop a healthy appreciation for education and learning.
Hours: 8am-8pm Mon-Thur, Fri: 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm
* Enrollment Services, Admissions* Academic Advising* Financial Aid * Food Services Offices* International Student Services* Multicultural Center* School Relations* Student Event Center* Administrative Offices* Student Life and Leadership* Bruin Bites Food Court* Copy Center Kiosk* Courtesy Desk* ID Center
* Health & Wellness* Cashiering* Student Loans
Hours: Mon-Thur: 6am-9pm, Fri: 6:30am-5pm
Academic Advising is to help support students in a career environment where all students can plan, organize, learn, explore, make healthy actions on decision making, and educate themselves on their academic and career goals.
The disability resource center is there to help provide guidance and resources to those who are:
* Blind or visually impaired
* Deaf or hard of hearing
* Limited mobility
* Many other related problems
Students must show a significant amount of financial need to help them qualify for grant programs. The five major grants awarded by SLCC are described below:
Federal Parental Loan for Undergraduate Students
Federal direct Stafford student loan
Federal Pell Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Utah Educationally Disadvantaged Grant
American chemical society
American Indian student leadership
American sign language
American society of civil engineers
American society of engineering education
Asian student association
Association of cosmetology
Aviation maintenance technicians
Black student union
Coloring out side the lines gay–straight alliance.
Culinary arts and pastry
Hispanic/ Latino club
Interior design club
International indoor soccer club
Irish heritage club Men’s rugby
Japanese club SLCC OTAKU
French club SLCC women’s rugby
Latinos in action Social workers club
LDSSA Society of women engineers
MESA/STEP Sports Rally
Muslim student association Student dentil hygiene association 1st and 2nd year.
Pacific unity association Health advisory committee
Paralegal society Nurse association
PHI THETA KAPPA SLCC student orphan aid pro.
Physical Therapy National society of collegiate scholars
Pre-med club pre-pharmacy info
learning society Pre-soma club
Ultimate motion- dance club Psi-beta honor society
Veterans club Psychological club
Wood turners club Revolutionary student union
Zumba club Skills USA
Slcc chambers singers Fashion club
GET INVOLVED Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SLCC provides a Health and wellness service clinic in side the college. The services they provide are:
Hours: Mon, Tues, Fri: 8am-4:30pm, Wed: 10am-4:30, Thurs: 8am-6pm
The Thayne center is committed to motivate students and faculty in order to show them that they have the skills and knowledge to change their community in a positive way.
To establish relationships, organizations, developmental learning, opportunities for faculty and leadership programs for students who are dedicated to make a difference in the world.
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm
The library is a quiet learning space that provides books as well as E-Books (electronic books) that can be used on a computer or even downloaded to you smart phone or tabblette.
The library provides a article database online that you can review catalogs or media titles.
Just go to http://libweb.slcc.edu click catalog link in upper right hand corner of page to review.
Hours: Mon-Thur: 7:30am-9:30pm, Fri: 7:30am-6pm, Sat: 9:30am-6pm
Every student that takes a general education course at SLCC maintains a general E-portfolio. you build one E-portfolio and will use it in all your generals ED courses.
E-portfolio’s allow you to work in you educational goals and activities.
You can even use it for work or career related use.
For Help: Kati Lewis 801-957-5143 email@example.com
For Questions: David Hubert 801-957-4280 firstname.lastname@example.org