At Salt Lake Community College, we believe higher education should be available to anyone who desires it. SLCC Promise helps eligible, full-time students pay for their education by covering the cost of tuition and fees when federal grants fall short. The Promise is intended to remove economic barriers and to provide a pathway for SLCC students to complete their degrees.
Who's EligibleTo be eligible for Promise funds, students must:
Attention seniors! Salt Lake Community College will be holding their annual open house, Explore SLCC, on Tuesday, March 6, from 5-7 p.m. at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus. There you will be able to get information on the programs available at SLCC, financial aid, academic advising, career coaches and more. Check it out!
The Governor’s Office of Energy Development is proud to partner with Chevron to advance Utah’s energy workforce by providing scholarships to high school seniors who intend to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) related course of study at a public or private institution of high learning in Utah. This statewide program includes:
• Five $4,000 scholarships for students attending a Utah college or university
• Five scholarships for up to $2,000 for students attending a Utah technical college
Applicants must submit the following by April 1, 2018:
• A five-minute original film on the topic of energy
• An essay about their STEM goals
The Asian American High School Conference is an annual academic and leadership conference for high schools students. This event aims to emphasize higher education and provide resources to help students further their education. Held at the University of Utah, the conference will consist of various workshops, presentations, and connection opportunities with community leaders and university faculty. This year, our workshops will include admissions information, scholarships & financial aid, leadership and involvement opportunities, and student resources, just to name a few. We will also have more hands on workshops, including presentations from the Neuroscience Initiative, College of Science, and the Hinckley Institute of Politics. There will also be workshops about Asian American identity, social issues, and cultures.
The conference will be held Friday, March 2, 2018 from 8:00 am -2:00 pm
If you are interested in attending this conference, please see the Yajanetsy Ruano, our college access advisor, in the counseling center.