Friday, May 31, 2013

Summer 2013 June Summer Services "Rush" Extended Office Hours

June 10 – 12 (second half term rush hours)
Classes begin June 10

Taylorsville Redwood Campus

Enrollment Services, Student Express, General Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Cashiering
Information Desk and OneCard
Bookstore
Monday, June 10
7 am – 7 pm
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 7 pm
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 7 pm
8 am – 8 pm
7:30 am – 8 pm


South City Campus

Enrollment Services, General Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Cashiering
ID/Information Desk
Bookstore
Monday, June 10
7 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
8 am – 8 pm
7:30 am – 8 pm


Jordan Campus

Enrollment Services, Advising,
Financial Aid, Cashiering
Courtesy Desk/OneCard
Bookstore
Monday, June 10
7 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
7 am – 8 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 7 pm (Advising and Financial Aid closing 6 pm)
8 am – 8 pm
8 am– 1 pm and 4 – 8 pm


Miller Campus

Enrollment Services
Financial Aid, Cashiering, Advising
OneCard
Bookstore
Monday, June 10
7 am – 7 pm
am – 6 pm
7 am – 8 pm
9 am - 1 pm and 4 pm - 7 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 7 pm
7 am – 6 pm (no Advising)
7 am – 8 pm
9 am - 1 pm and 4 pm - 7 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 7 pm
8 am – 6 pm (no Advising)
8 am – 8 pm
9 am - 1 pm and 4 pm - 7 pm


Highland Center – Enrollment Services and Bookstore

Enrollment Services
Bookstore
Monday, June 10
7 am – 7 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 7 pm
7 am – 8 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 7 pm
8 am– 1 pm and 4 – 8 pm


Westpointe Center – Enrollment Services
Monday, June 10
7 am – 6 pm
Tuesday, June 11
7 am – 6 pm
Wednesday, June 12
8 am – 6 pm

Please contact the DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER to arrange for accommodations or inquire about office hours (801) 957-4659


After the "Rush Hours" the Student Services will return to regularly scheduled hours. 

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Adobe Workshop June 18


Printing Industries of Utah and Salt Lake Community College Present:

Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Suite 6
FOR PRINTERS

Now & In the Future!

Join us for an educational seminar focusing on new tools and services with adobe.

Session one:

8:30 -11:00 am
New Tools & Services for Printers

Session two:

Noon- 3:00 pm (lunch provided)
New Features for Creative Suite CS6

When: Tuesday, June 18
Where: Salt Lake Community College South Campus, 1575 South State Street Atrium (South end)

Single session: $25 for members, $15 for students

All-day sessions: $40 for members, $15 for students

To reserve a seat contact:
Lola Monsen 801-259-1329
lolamonsen@piofutah.com
www.piofutah.com

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

SLCC Know Greater Heroes Program Named to Select 25


Salt Lake Community College’s Know Greater Heroes Program has been named one of Select Health’s Select 25 winners for 2013. As part of the award, the program will receive $2500 from Select Health. Know Greater Heroes is a leadership training program that involves SLCC athletes who travel to local elementary schools to teach children how to eat right, be active, and avoid drugs and alcohol.


Forty SLCC student athletes participate in the Know Greater Heroes program each year, and visit more than 30 schools each year, reaching approximately 25,000 elementary students, 1,700 elementary school educators, and over 54,000 parents annually.

“We are extremely honored to receive this recognition from an organization that does as much good in our community as SelectHealth," SLCC executive director of development Chad Miller said. "This award speaks to the tremendous benefits Salt Lake Community College's Know Greater Heroes program does in reaching tens of thousands of young people each year."

The Select 25 program supports those who encourage healthy behaviors or serve populations with special needs. 

SelectHealth recognizes individuals and organizations that work to improve health or serving those with special needs.

 “It is an honor to be associated to with these great organizations that do so much for our communities,” says SelectHealth President and CEO, Patricia Richards. “We are excited to help make a difference  in the lives of the people they serve.”

The Know Greater Heroes program is designed to fight childhood obesity, which has more than tripled in the past 30 years. Currently, 32 percent of U.S. children between ages 2 and 19 are overweight or obese. Obese youth are more likely to have risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure and are at greater risk for bone-joint problems, sleep apnea, and social and psychological problems.

"The College's student athletes in the Know Greater Heroes program serve as role models to the students and demonstrate that fitness can be fun, and in turn become leaders for life,” said SLCC athletic director Norma Carr. “After completing the program each student knows they should be getting at least 60 mins of activity in each day and learn there's plenty of fun ways to do so.”

The Select 25 award was created in 2008 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of SelectHealth. Award recipients were chosen by a selection committee of leaders from SelectHealth and Intermountain Healthcare and representatives from the nonprofit community.

For more information, visit selecthealth.org.


SLCC Recycles 2012


Thank you! 

Our SLCC community recycled 44.19 tons of paper in 2012 saving the planet...

751 mature trees
309, 330 galloon of water
9,680 galloons gas
133 cubic yards of landfill space
176,760 kilowatt hours of electricity
16,792 gallons of oil
11,047 pounds of CO2


LE 1020 Roadmaps

Students in SLCC's LE 1020 courses map out the path of their lives. Focused on how education can improve their course, these roadmaps outline what they want to accomplish in and out of school; roadmaps give students direction as they begin their academic and professional careers.

Here are few samples of the Spring 2013 road maps:




Monday, May 20, 2013

Library National Physical Fitness and Sports Month Book Display

The month of May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in order to celebrate, the Markosian Library at the Taylorsville Redwood campus is featuring a book display about the subject. Patrons are welcome to check out the materials featured in the display. There are a variety of books and DVDs in the display about sports, fitness, dance and Yoga ready to be checked out.  


For more information about the programs offered at Salt Lake Community College related to Physical Fitness and Sports please visit these webpages:


For more information about National Physical Fitness and Sports Month please visit this webpage: http://healthfinder.gov/nho/MayToolkit.aspx