Salt Lake Community College is a public college located in Taylorsville, Utah in the Salt Lake City Area. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 7,762 undergraduate students. The Salt Lake Community College acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Information Science, and Business. Graduating 25% of students, Salt Lake Community College alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,900.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.215 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.203 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.202 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities3,490 Graduates
Information Science699 Graduates
Health Service Preparatory Studies134 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies93 Graduates
Nursing Assistant81 Graduates
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Salt Lake Community College Reviews
As an attending freshman at SLCC my overall experience has been better than ever! Before setting foot in a college I was informed of all of the stigmas, like, 'the classes are extremely boring' or 'college bills stack up fast'. First of all, at SLCC every professor I've had has kept me awake, entertained, and involved. Second, there are multiple resources at SLCC that can help damper the bills. Before class even starts, I'm already pumped for the class to start. Though one idea that I would like to see get turned into effect is serving more vegan/vegetarian. My sister and I want to go for lunch but the food trucks or cafeteria both have a very narrow selection.
My overall experience at Salt Lake Community College has been a good one. I just completed my freshman academic year at SLCC. I am an "out-of-state" kid from Colorado and I came here to go to a smaller college before I transfer up to a four year university. The academics here at SLCC are pretty good with a few challenging courses and tutors all around that are willing to help whenever they are needed. The people around campus are really nice and the school serves as a calm and safe environment. I gave this 3 stars because many people stay home with family and drive to school. Being from out of town, I have no family here close by so I have had to stay with roommates and make it work. It is not a very diverse school but that is to be expected as Utah is a predominantly Caucasian state. Lastly, I appreciate the overall experience at Salt Lake and recommend it based on how cheap everything is compared to other schools around the nation. Good luck!
SLCC has some degrees and programs that no other local colleges have. My program is small which I love because I've been able to get to know most of the instructors and the dean. The campus my program is at is close to public transportation and fun places to eat. I have a few classes at another campus I love - it really speaks to the artist in me which is great since it's the Arts and Media campus. My advisor has been very helpful and since they've updated some of their online software, paying for things. registering for classes and communicating with instructors has been super easy!