Incoming college freshman can complete 3 general education courses through the Wasatch Field Study this summer. The students will be able to complete English 1010, their Physical Science General Education Credit (Geology 1010) and their Life Science General Education Credit (Environmental Science) This cohort will run from June 12th-August 6th. If you have any questions please use the contact information found on the flyer.
Salt Lake Community College was scheduled to be here for both lunches but we have chosen to cancel their visit today due to the weather.
They have rescheduled for March 23rd!
Are you hoping to go to Salt Lake Community College but don’t know how you are going to pay for it? The SLCC Promise Scholarship may be your answer!
This scholarship helps full-time students pay for their education by covering the cost of tuition and fees when federal grants fall short.
- Be a Utah resident
- receive a federal Pell Grant (fafsa.gov)
- Be a full-time, credit-hour student (take 12-18 credit hours per semester).
- be a degree-seeking student with less than 90 attempted credit hours
- maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA and complete 70 percent of attempted courses
For help or questions about this scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanders in the counseling office.
SCHOLARSHIP ALERT: If you are a senior that attended the Native American Event at SLCC last fall, the Tuition Waiver Scholarship deadline was just extended!
SLCC: NATIVE AMERICAN EVENT TUITION WAIVER SCHOLARSHIP (Seniors)
Deadline: May 12, 2015
Application: Native American Event 2015-16 Tuition Waiver or see Mrs. Cartwright in the Counseling Center.
-Must have attended the Native American Conference at SLCC last fall (2014).
-Be a Utah resident and U. S. citizen, or have valid evidence of permanent residency in the U.S. (permanent resident card or A#).
-You must not have taken any college classes other than concurrent enrollment.
-Be a high school graduate.
-Provide a high school transcript showing a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA.
-Apply for admission to SLCC. Concurrent enrollment students are already admitted and do not need to reapply.
-Select an eligible major and program. (See the SLCC website for an up-to-date list of eligible majors and programs.
-Application, letter of recommendation, one-page essay.
Award: This tuition waiver will cover approximately $3,000 tuition for fall and spring semesters of 2015 – 2016.
FAFSA February is over, but it isn’t too late to complete the FAFSA. These funds will run out, though, so don’t wait…get started today. The FAFSA is not as difficult as many people think, and it is the “single most important thing a student can do to get assistance in paying for college!”
If you still need help completing your FAFSA, SLCC is offering workshops throughout the year. You will need to register for the workshop, but registration is free and this service is open to anyone. Space is limited and students will be assisted on a first come, first serve basis. To register for the workshop, please contact Emma Jackson, Workshop Coordinator, at (801) 957-4706.