Spring Math finals reviews are being offered at Jordan, Miller and Redwood campuses beginning Tuesday, April 30th.
Exploración de Carreras con Una Mano Amiga
Open Group Advising
South City Campus – Alumni Room
Today, April 26th
3:00 – 4:00 pm
Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the different resources available to help you discover and explore the career of your dreams. Assessments and resources are available to help you discover a career that matches your personality, values, and interests. Save time and money in searching your major this first semester. You are the only one that can plan your future. Take advantage of what SLCC has to offer. Don’t leave for tomorrow what you can do today.
No pierdas la oportunidad de aprender sobre las diferentes fuentes de apoyo que puedes usar para explorar y escoger la carrera de tus sueños. Salt Lake Community College tiene programas de evaluación que te ayudaran a determinar la carrera que encaja con tus ideales, valores e intereses. Es importante que no dejes para mañana lo que puedes hacer hoy.
A forum for Students to Report on the Workings of their World
A showcase of student writing, posters, electronic, and oral presentations
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
You can find details about the guest speaker on the official SLCC blog here:
Spring Break is coming up! Are you looking forward to it? There will be no classes March 18-22.
The last day to withdraw (no refunds) is March 26th.
To celebrate with you we are offering half-off our Career Assessments for today, October 6th. You may purchase at the half-off price in person or by phone. Call 801-957-4978 for info.
SLCC’s Student Writing Center now offers live online tutoring. Really!! How great is that?
Students who don’t have time to meet with a writing tutor at one of their four locations can speak with a tutor live online. Visit their live online tutoring page to make an appointment with one of the tutors and learn how to access the chat system. A web cam is helpful but not necessary. Since they’re trying to make this a productive experience for you, it is necessary to have audio capabilities on your computer (mic & headphones).
Questions? Click here for their page and to watch a tinychat orientation.
Don’t let illness or stress get you down while you’re working in school.
Visit the Health & Wellness Services at these three locations:
Interested in participating in a focus group for healthy eating and physical activity? Meetings will be on February 9th and 16th. If you are interested, contact Tatiana Burton in Health and Wellness Services: 801.957.4837 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Events & Deadlines
On-going – Transfer Events
Time Management Study Skills Workshop:
These workshops are a series of seven courses designed to assist any student in improving study skills. Each course inclues a one-on-one and/or group discussion.
There is no cost for these workshops and they are open to all students. You do not need to make a reservation, but i you have any questions please contact Linda at 801-957-3850 or email@example.com.
Math Final Reviews will be held on December 10th. They will be taught as follows:
There is a new Fractions Workshop course, MATH 0915, that is being offered in December Term. It is a 1 cr. class that will benefit students who have placed into or even taken Math 0900, Math 0920, Math 0950 and even Math 0990 and Math 1010. It is a quick refresher course for students who struggle with fractions. The class will be graded on a pass-fail basis.
After taking the workshop, you can retake the Accuplacer and hopefully place in a higher math class. If you place into a higher level course for Spring, and if all sections in that new placement math class are full, please contact Academic Advisor Marilyn Brumbaugh.