Initiative Encourages Students to Save Money by Completing College on Time
Timed to roll out with spring semester registration at Utah’s eight public colleges and universities, the Utah System of Higher Education is launching its “15 to Finish” college completion campaign today. The campaign touts the benefits of enrolling in 15 credits a semester, which is the minimum number needed to complete an associate degree in two years or a bachelor’s degree in four years. The central message of 15 to Finish is that “time is the enemy” when it comes to college completion. The data show that full-time students are more likely to complete college on time and earn better grades than their peers who take fewer credits. The majority of college students in Utah already take between 12 and 14 credits, so by adding one more class, they can save a whole semester of tuition. In addition, at most USHE institutions students can take 15 credits for the same price as 12. “15 to Finish is the centerpiece of a …
SLCC is hosting a discussion about how it can give Hispanic students more access to higher education and improve their college experience. We value your opinion and want to hear what you have to say. Refreshments will be provided. Invite your friends. College Forum - Improving the Hispanic Student Experience November 19, Tuesday 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. in the Oak Room in the Student Center at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
SLCC presentará una discusión acerca de cómo ofrecer a los hispanos un mayor acceso a la educación superior y cómo mejorar su experiencia escolar. Su participación es importante y queremos escuchar sus opiniones. Habrá un pequeño refrigerio. Invite a sus amistades. Forum Escolar - Mejorando la Experiencia Estudiantil Hispana. Martes 19 de Noviembre de 1:00 p.m. a 3:00 p.m. En el Oak Room del Student Center, Campus de Taylorsville Redwood.
Could You Have Lupus?
1 out of 200 Americans have some form of Lupus
Please help us solve the mystery and get a flu shot to honor those with lupus.
Join us for a Lupus event on Friday November 22nd 6:00 P.M. Student Event Center at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
For more information, call 385-312-0221
SLCC Volleyball Wins Region 18 Championship, Earns NJCAA National Tournament Berth
The SLCC Volleyball team will play for the National Championship after winning its first Region 18 Championship since the 2009 season. The Bruins will be in Casper, WY from Nov. 21-23 to battle for an NJCAA National Championship having recently completed a perfect 10-0 season in Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) play for the first time since 2007. As outright SWAC champions, SLCC entered Region 18 Tournament play as the No. 1 overall seed. The Bruins earned hosting rights for the postseason clash and eased past Snow College in a 3-0 win on Friday at Bruin Arena in the semifinal round. SLCC then picked up a 3-0 sweep of rival North Idaho College on Saturday in the Region 18 Championship Match.
SLCC Head Coach Sue Dulaney was named Region 18 Coach of the Year and freshman outside hitter Carol Grasso brought home Region 18 Player of the Year honors. Grasso was named a First Team All-Region 18 player and…