SLCC knows Utah
The College opened our doors in 1948 to train Utah’s skilled workforce. Our dedication and success is well documented. SLCC works to strengthen Utah’s economy in partnership with the Governor's Office of Economic Development, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, the Salt Lake Chamber, Salt Lake County UPGRADE, the Women's Business Center and more than 500 Utah businesses and school districts.
SLCC Partnership You Can See, Use, Savor
- The Larry H. Miller Entrepreneurship Training Center—on the Miller Campus— through a partnership with the Larry H. Miller family.
- Other business partnership programs housed at the Miller Campus include Utah's only ACT/WorkKeys Training and Testing Center; an extensive Automotive Training Center; the only CAD Applications Training Center in the Intermountain West; and the College's small business incubator project.
- The Science and Industry Building on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus was built in partnership with Union Pacific Railroad.
- The Center for Arts and Media (CAM), is a SLCC partnership with the Salt Lake School District Career and Technical Education Center. The new state-of-the-art facility prepares graduates for creative occupations via Digital Media Design, Applied Technology, Communication Broadcasting, Animation, Visual and Art Design, Digital Technology, and Performing Arts programs.