FAQ


Online admissions applications are generally processed within 24 to 48 hours after they have been submitted along with the $40 admissions application fee. An admissions letter with your SLCC Student ID Number and other instructions as to what to do next will be sent via US Mail the next business day.

Yes.
Complete the online admissions application, when you reach the section asking for payment, select the option to pay the fee in person. Print out or record the application number and bring this number to the nearest SLCC on campus cashiering to pay for the application in person.
Please note that the cashiering offices are open Monday-Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm.

Your SLCC Student ID Number will be mailed to you via US mail within 3 days after the application has been submitted and the admissions fee paid. At this point you can also retrieve your Student ID Number by entering your name, birthdate, and the last four digits of your Social Security Number on the SLCC website.

(You must have included your social security number on your admissions application for the Student ID retrieval link to work).

You can also obtain your SLCC Student ID Number by presenting photo ID to any SLCC Student Services Office.

Applicants will only be admitted to credit programs at Salt lake Community College if they have earned either a state-recognized high school diploma, a state-issued General Education Diploma (GED), or an associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution.

Applicants who have not earned one of these credentials may only be admitted to credit programs if the Accuplacer ACT or SAT exams place the student into college-level coursework (ENGL 1010 or higher and MATH 1010 or higher).

Applicants without high school credential or college-level test scores may participate in noncredit programs through the School of Applied Technology (SAT) or Continuing Education with no restrictions. Federal Financial aid is not available to individuals who do not have a state-recognized high school diploma or state-issued GED.

If you are 17 years old, you will need to complete the New Student Admission Application online.
AND provide official proof of graduation to the Admissions Office. This can be a copy of your High School Diploma or an official copy of your High School Transcript. If you earned a GED, submit your official GED Test scores. You must have passed all sections of the GED. If you were home schooled, submit a transcript or statement that your graduation requirements have been met, and a current district release form. Be sure to complete the entire admission process.

If you are 16 or younger, collect the following documents to be submitted to the Admissions Office together:

  • Paper Application (available through the SLCC Admissions Hub or Admissions Office)
  • A completed and signed Parent Permission Form
  • A copy of your official state ID or driver’s license
  • Proof of graduation:

    This can be a copy of your High School Diploma or an official copy of your High School Transcript. If you earned a GED, submit your official GED Test scores. You must have passed all sections of the GED. If you were home schooled, submit a transcript or statement that your graduation requirements have been met, and a current district release form.

For questions on Residency, see Residency related information.