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Top 10 Reasons to Choose SLCC


  • Money--the price is right
    • SLCC tuition is more affordable than almost any other Utah institution.
  • Simple procedures
    • We’ll greet you with open arms. So, get started.
  • Location, location, location
    • SLCC has 13 campuses in the metro region. Classes start as early as 6:30 a.m.  The last classes begin at 8:30 p.m. Or take classes online for your convenience.
  • Real job skills
    • We offer top-notch technical skills training. We have advisors in every marketable discipline to make sure we offer what employers specify.
  • SLCC credits transfer
    • When you’re ready to move on to a four-year university, your credits will transfer in fulfillment of core requirements.
  • Small classes
    • You will have an opportunity to work closely with teachers.  You will not be one of 300 in a lecture hall. It’s more likely you’ll be one of 30 students in any given class.
  • Choices
    • SLCC offers more than 120 areas of study. Explore. Be curious. There’s no pressure to declare a major.
  • Talented teachers
    • Our faculty is a diverse group of people, acclaimed in academia—and in trades and skills training.  They’re all here because they believe in the mission of a community college.
  • Caring academic and career advisors
    • SLCC’s advisors are here to help create your educational plan, examine your career goals and cheer you on.
  • Math and English basics—no problem
    •  SLCC Developmental Education programs will get you up to speed.


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