Disability Resource Center

College Resources

The Disability Resource Center provides accommodations only to students with disabilities. In addition, the college provides a variety of services to all students, including those with disabilities.

General ServicesStudents working in computer lab

Academic Advising: Advising is provided for students regarding degree programs, degree audits, and assists in developing academic plans. Career testing is available and advisors can assist in determining a major.

Student Center, Room 240, 801-957-4978
South City Campus, Room 1-061 M, 801-957-3361
www.slcc.edu/academicadvising

Employment and Cooperative Education: Assistance is provided in finding part- and full-time employment, work-study positions, and cooperative education programs.
Administration Building, STC 002 (Basement), 801-957-4014
www.slcc.edu/seces

Health and Wellness Center: The Center provides information on how to live a healthy life and has social workers and health care providers on staff if students become ill or need short term counseling.
Student Center, Room 090, 801-957-4347
South City Campus, Room 1-143, 801-957-3323
www.slcc.edu/hw

Tutoring: A wide variety of learning support and tutoring services are available to all SLCC students.  They include drop-in tutoring, one-on-one tutoring, departmental labs and others.  Click on the following link for a complete list of available resources:  www.slcc.edu/focusedtutoring

Financial Aid: The financial aid department processes and provides information regarding financial aid applications. Eligibility based on financial need, satisfactory academic progress, and grade point average.
Student Center, Room 268, 801-957-4410
South City Campus, Room1-061 B, 801-957-3352
Jordan Campus – HTC 115
www.slcc.edu/financialaid

Tuition Waivers: The Disability Resource Center has limited funds for continuing DRC students who have taken and are planning to take a minimum of nine credits per term. Ask your DRC Advisor for more information.