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Holiday Closure 2012-13

All Salt Lake Community College campuses will be closed starting 4:30 pm on December 21, 2012 until 8: 00 am on January 2, 2013.

For any on-campus problems or emergencies please contact Utah Highway Patrol at: (801) 957-3800

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A message from SLCC President Bioteau:


Dear Colleagues,

My wish for you this holiday break is that you will have time with family, friends, and for yourself as you take in the energies of this joyous, yet solemn season. We have much to be grateful for and I hope you recognize the many blessings unique to each of us with each day. As we close our college for the next week, I wanted to also share the magnificent news that  our SLCC Chamber Singers will travel on January 17 to Washington DC to participate in the Inauguration Choir competition.  Our college will be represented by forty students/faculty and staff will be going on the trip, competing, and attending the Inauguration on January 21. They will return to SLC on Jan. 22.

Looking ahead, the Division of Communication and Performing Arts will be hosting a farewell concert for them on the evening of Tuesday. Jan. 15 on the TR Campus in TB 203. Administrators, faculty, staff and students will be invited to attend to wish them farewell. The Division of Communication and Performing Arts via the Mass Communication Center will also be sending a faculty/student documentary video crew on the trip to shoot and then produce a documentary about the entire event.

I close this message with the following holiday greeting:http://www.slcc.edu/webmedia/holidays/index.html
Please know how very much I appreciate the dedicated work and excellence you have brought to our college over this Fall semester.

Happy Holidays,
President Bioteau




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In order to ensure the safety of our students and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s become necessary to adjust the availability of our on-campus facilities. Some buildings have limited hours, some are temporarily closed, and some are only available to the public or to students by appointment. 

Building accessibility status as of April 1 is listed below. Hours are subject to change at any time, but the most current information will always be available at SLCC’s COVID-19 webpage

JORDAN CAMPUS
Jordan High Tech Center (HTC)
Building is temporarily closed until further notice.

Jordan Health Sciences (JHS)
Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

MILLER CAMPUS
Automotive Training Center(MATC)
Building is temporarily closed until further notice, but faculty will be available to schedule tool and vehicle pickup. Contact Sam Martinez at (801) 957-5385.

Corporate Partnership Center (MCPC)
Building is temporarily closed to the public until further notice, but tenant acces…