SLCC Locations

locations imageWith multiple locations—including an eCampus—and more than 60,000 students each year, the College is Utah’s largest institution of higher education. The College covers much of the Salt Lake Valley. The Westpointe Center is the College’s northernmost location. Primarily focused on manufacturing programs, the Westpointe Center also offers general education courses. Southwest of the Westpointe Center is the College’s Airport location. This location is home to the College’s Aviation Technology training and Aviation Maintenance Technician certification programs.

The College’s main downtown Salt Lake City location is Library Square Center. Recently expanded, the center offers general education courses, a paralegal program with access to an extensive law library in partnership with The Law and Mediation Center, Fashion Institute and Interior Design programs.

SLCC also offers a Community Writing Center located in the Salt Lake Main Library. The Community Writing Center offers a comprehensive array of writing services—from writing coaching, tutoring, and mentoring to workshops, writing groups, and publication projects.

Located at the south end of Salt Lake City, the College’s South City Campus offers a range of programs in the humanities and performing arts. The South City Campus is also home to the Center for New Media, home to the College’s visual and performing arts programs and new media technologies, and the Grand Theatre, which offers—in addition to a full theater performance schedule—artistic and cultural programming year-round.

The College’s Meadowbrook Campus is located south-west of Salt Lake City at 250 West, 3900 South. The campus offers general education courses and vocational and School of Applied Technology career programs.

The Highland Center is the College’s easternmost location. It houses the College’s School of Applied Technology career and technical education, employment placement assistance, and the GenEd Step Ahead program—which lets students complete all general education requirements in one place.

The Taylorsville Redwood Campus is the College’s main campus and administrative headquarters. Serving more than 15,000 students each year, the Taylorsville Redwood Campus is home to SLCC’s student leadership, the Student Center, and the Lifetime Activities Center—home of Bruin athletics.

The Jordan Campus currently covers the southwestern end of the Salt Lake Valley. The campus is home to the Health Sciences Center and all of the College’s allied health programs. The SLCC baseball team plays its home games at Cate field, located on the Jordan Campus.

The Larry H. Miller Campus is located in Sandy, Utah, in the southern part of the Salt Lake Valley. Named for benefactors Larry and Gail Miller, the Miller Campus houses SLCC’s Culinary Institute, The Miller Business Resource Center, The Miller Business Innovation Center and a conference center. Utah Department of Public Safety also has training facilities at the campus, including a facility for the Utah Highway Patrol and the Department of Corrections training academy.

The College's eCampus is called SLCC Online. We believe you deserve a high-quality education no matter where you are, so we’ve designed an innovative, flexible, online learning experience with your success in mind. Nearly 10,000 students a semester meet all or some of their learning goals through SLCC Online. Our online campus offers more than 200 varied courses in 50 academic disciplines, a growing number of degrees and certificates you can earn completely online, 24/7 tech support, free online tutoring, and dedicated coaching and advising


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