Salt Lake Community College

Events

Thursday, November 7

"Adopt a Native Elder" volunteer opportunity

As part of Native American Heritage Month, sign up to help a Native Elder. Please visit their web site for Volunteer Opportunities:...

How We Left Home

"How We Left Home" is an interactive art exhibit hosted by the Immigrant Experience through Literature & Film class at Salt Lake Community College. The...

Inspirational Native Americans Gallery

Famous Native Americans on display on the first floor of the Student Center, near the food court.

Native American Art Showcase

As part of Native American Heritage Month, we are looking for talented SLCC Students to share their art, beading, weaving sewing, at all mediums welcome....

Native American School Supply Drive

As part of Native American Heritage Month, help us gather and donate school supplies for the students of Uinta River High School. Unita River High is located...

Service-Learning Professional Development Series

Service-Learning is a high-impact practice that enhances student engagement and retention while also addressing actual social issues. Completion of the...

"Why They Can't Write" Learning Community

Facilitator: Tiffany Rousculp John Warner, who taught writing at the college level for two decades, argues in his book Why They Can't Write, that the...

Fempowered

Join our Womxn weekly group! Women supporting women. Counselor lead group exploring a variety of topics: relationships, identity, sexuality, holistic...

What is an Educated Person? Conference XXII

General Education: Gateway or Barrier? The What is an Educated Person Conference is a unique event in American higher education. Every year for more...

Free Film Screening- Adaptation

Come enjoy thought-provoking cinema at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Free and...

Thursday, November 7