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All SLCC Summer Courses Will Be Offered Online


At Salt Lake Community College, we value the health and safety of each student, faculty and staff member above all else. That’s why SLCC will continue with online-only delivery of classes for SLCC’s upcoming summer session.

As fallout from the pandemic continues, it may be reason enough to consider using the extra time you might have to take those courses you’ve always wanted or needed. Or, maybe these reasons will nudge you toward registering online:

1.     Why not? I’ve run out of Netflix shows.
2.     It’s affordable! I mean, no tuition increases in 2020 and out-of-state tuition is waived!
3.     My summer vacation plans are, like, waaaay canceled.
4.     I’ve always wanted to learn more about quantum physics.
5.     SLCC is the best way to step ahead, summer, spring or fall.

In short, a lot of us now have the extra time to focus on lifelong learning, advancing academically toward our goals or retooling ourselves for a vastly changed job market in these times.

At SLCC, we’re trying to keep your education affordable while times are tough for so many, which is why we postponed an approved tuition increase until the spring, 2021 semester. SLCC will also be waiving the additional “online course fee” for online delivery of classes for all courses this summer, including those normally delivered online to avoid any confusion and to help students save money.

We’re here for you, and the courses you want are now available at what has become our largest campus – online.

The deadline to apply for admission to SLCC is May 13, and you can register for summer classes until May 27. Online delivery of summer courses begins May 18.

We hope to hear from you soon.

To begin your process for enrolling or registering, click here.


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