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SLCC Offers Students Pre-Holiday "Tune Up"

Registration is currently open for Salt Lake Community College’s Spring 2013 semester. All College enrollment services are available during normal business hours for the week of December 17-21.

“The week of December 17th through the 21st is really one of the best times of the year for students to do business with the College,” Public Relations Director Joy Tlou said. “While so many others are busy making plans and traveling for the holidays, the College is open and fully staffed and ready to help students register and complete anything they need to get ready for the upcoming semester.”

SLCC’s application deadline for Spring semester is January 9. Classes begin January 14. SLCC offers courses in more than 120 programs, in credit and non-credit options.

The SLCC catalog and the current class schedule are both available online and can be found at the College’s web site: www.slcc.edu.

Students can also use a Schedule Planner to assist in planning their schedules.

Those with questions about registration can contact the College’s Enrollment Services at the following phone numbers:

•    Taylorsville Redwood Campus: (801) 957-4298
•    South City Campus: (801) 957-3350
•    Jordan Campus: (801) 957-2680
•    Miller Campus: (801) 957-5200


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System Outage Notice

SLCC Network Outage Friday December 21, 2012
OIT will be working on a MyPage migration Friday, December 21 at 6:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
MyPage, Bruin Mail, student self-services--class registration, student schedule,  student records, grades--will not be available during this time. This includes Web-time entry, final grade entry and registration. The outage is scheduled to be completed by 12:00 PM

SLCC Network Outage Friday December 28, 2012
OIT will be performing network upgrades tasks during the holiday break beginning at 6:00 AM on Friday December 28. The systems being upgraded
This will affect ALL CONNECTIVITY FOR ALL SYSTEMS AT ALL CAMPUSES. The outage is scheduled to be complete with all systems tested by 3:00 PM

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