100% of students
For a community college, SLCC has a great Materials engineering program. It helps you transfer into other schools with research experience already under your belt and the staff is overall very helpful.
No dorms last I checked.
I think that the college experience is crucial for helping future scholars understand themselves. By making an accessible and equitable environment SLCC allows for students of all backgrounds to cultivate a community of peers who advocate for each other and grow into adults without sacrificing financial independence
College is work but if you apply yourself and have a desire to learn you will have the tools you need.
Small class sizes and lots of resources to help you succeed. Teachers care about you and want to help you learn the material in a fun way.
Do research before applying for a program. Ask counselor as some credits may not transfer
It is close to where I live. Enjoyable classes in a somewhat busy area. I have enjoyed the classes I've taken so far.
Not the best campus locations.
I liked that at Salt Lake Community College, the environment was social and welcoming. This helped me to become very comfortable and not be afraid to reach out to professors for questions I might've had. At Salt Lake Community College you can tell that every single professor, genuinely cares about the well-being of their students. In addition to that, I also like the wide variety of options for classes to take as well!
There wasn't necessarily anything that I didn't like at Salt Lake Community College, the only thing I would list is when you are creating your Eportfolio for your classes and completion make sure to attend the help center if any questions about posting it.
SLCC was able to get me the education I needed to continue into my bachelor's degree.
Make sure that if you are taking concurrent classes you make sure that if the class gets canceled, you don't register for the early enrollment version of the class instead.