Admissions is the process of becoming a SLCC student and is only done once.
Before You Apply
Before applying for admission at Salt Lake Community College you must meet the qualifying criteria set by the state, your high school and Salt Lake Community College. Your high school concurrent enrollment coordinator and counselor can help determine if you meet the qualifications for Concurrent Enrollment (CE). Students are encouraged to enroll in CE courses that align with their college and career goals.
Qualifications to Participate:
- You must be enrolled in a public or private high school that has a contract to offer concurrent enrollment with SLCC. Note: If you have graduated from high school you are not eligible for CE.
- High school juniors and seniors and some freshman & sophomores by exception are eligible.
- A minimum GPA may be required by your school.
- Some CE courses may require qualifying placement test scores such as the SAT, ACT, or Accuplacer test OR other prerequisite set by the college or high school. See Course Offerings for course specific pre-requisites.
What You Will Need to Complete the Admission App:
- A credit card in order to pay the one-time $40, non-refundable admission fee (If you are unable to pay with a credit card you may pay with cash or check by filling out the applications online and then visiting a SLCC cashiers office within three days of filling out the application.)
- Your state SSID number. It begins with either the number 1 or 2 and is a seven digit number. If you do not know your SSID number, ask your high school counselor or administrator for it.
- Your social security number. This is optional, but strongly recommended as it gives you the ability to easily recover your SLCC credentials if you need to down the road.
- An email address.
- The approval of your parent or guardian.
What to Know About Utah Residency Questions on the App
Questions in the application concerning your Utah residency will not affect your eligibility to take Concurrent Enrollment classes. Your answers will be used to determine how much tuition you will pay if you decide to take college classes after you graduate from high school or if you take classes through the Early Enrollment program.
SLCC Student ID Number
When you have completed your application, you will receive an acceptance letter with your SLCC Student ID number or "S number". You should receive that letter within approximately 7 to 10 business days.
Keep your S number in a secure place. You will need your S number to access your SLCC records through your MySLCC account.