COVID-19 Student Information

Online Classes

Beginning Wednesday, March 25, SLCC courses will transition from in-person classes to online delivery. This will remain in effect through May 7, which is the official end of our spring semester.

To help aid in this transition and to continue participating in classes through the remainder of the semester, all SLCC students should check their Bruinmail and Canvas for specific class instructions and exceptions, such as labs and clinicals.

SLCC has also prepared a Learn Anywhere guide with steps and resources that will help students adjust to moving their education online.



COVID-19 Self-Reporting

The health and safety of our College community is our top priority. As SLCC monitors the spread of COVID-19, we are asking all members of the SLCC community to fill out this form if they have tested positive for COVID-19, are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, or have travelled to/from countries with a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention level three travel health notice.

This information will allow the College to reduce the risk of any potential spread of COVID-19 and promote self-isolation and social distancing best practices. The College will not release personal information in accordance with HIPAA and FERPA. SLCC’s Center for Health and Counseling staff are committed to supporting the mental health needs of students.

All counseling services are being conducted over the phone. If you are in need of support, please call (801)957-4268 or visit the Center for Health and Counseling.

COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form



Withdraw Period Extended

Due to COVID-19, the withdraw period has been extended to the last day of class for 2020 Spring semester, April 30, 2020.

Students may withdraw from classes through the MySLCC portal within the designated withdrawn period. When a class is withdrawn, a “W” is recorded on the transcript. The GPA is not affected, but attempted hours are reflected. There is no refund or adjustment to tuition.

Students receiving Financial Aid or Veterans benefits may be adversely impacted by a withdrawal and may be required to repay any/all tuition and fees. Students receiving aid are encouraged to consult with the appropriate office prior to any schedule adjustments.

Note: For International Students, this request must receive approval from the international Student Office.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Salt Lake Community College Bruins, hang in there!  We know you have lots of questions. We will try to keep this page updated with the information you need as we navigate this unprecedented situation together.


Starting March 25, all courses will transition to online learning. Your instructors have sent messages to you about this transition to your Bruinmail account. Information about how your classes will be taught for the remainder of the semester can be found on Canvas.

We are in the process of exploring options for our students, including alternate grading options, that will allow you to complete your courses successfully. We will update this page soon and provide you with additional information as it becomes available.

All colleges and universities in Utah are working together to ensure courses taken during the spring 2020 semester will easily transfer to a four-year university.

Withdrawing or dropping your courses may have a negative impact on your financial aid award this semester and may also impact your ability to receive financial aid in the future. To avoid this, please maintain your current enrollment status, and we will reach out to provide additional information and guidance next week.

Student Resources

The ePortfolio Labs have moved to online and phone consultations with students. Most students will be able to successfully use online tutorials, but if personal consultation is needed, please make an appointment. Both are available at ePortfolio Remote Tutoring.

Student Writing & Reading Center (SWRC) consultation services are available to all SLCC students online for the remainder of spring semester. It offers both synchronous (live) consultations as well as written feedback (also known as asynchronous response). To access SWRC services, create an account at, and then verify it through Bruinmail. For any technical support, please email .

We appreciate your patience as we work to get answers to your questions. Again, we strongly encourage all students to stay enrolled and attend your classes remotely for at least the next week as we work out some of the details on our end. We are fully committed to helping you be successful! In the meantime, take a deep breath, relax and stay enrolled. Together, we’ve got this!