School of Applied Technology
Applied Technology Admission Steps
Parking While Registering for Classes at South City Campus (SCC):
Park at meters or obtain a complementary day pass from the Applied Technology advisor.
A $40 non-refundable application fee is required. Sponsors may pay this on behalf of eligible students. High school students must first complete a Pre-Registration form, after which they will complete a paper application and pay the application fee. Meet with an adviser to determine desired program, availability, and eligibility at: South City Campus 1575 South State Street, Room 1-061G The adviser will issue a test order for SLCC Student Testing Services.
Most programs require proof of basic skills proficiency by taking standardized tests (TABE or CASAS/CELSA), or in the form of college transcripts from accredited institutions. Complete scheduled testing at South City Campus, Room 2-153, and meet with an adviser to review testing results.
Apply for financial assistance any time during the enrollment process. Financial assistance for tuition, fees, and books may be available from a number of sources (high school students do not pay tuition but do pay classroom fees): VA and PELL Grants: Contact the financial aid adviser at (801) 957-3437, South City Campus, SCM 1-061B. Scholarships: Contact the Director of Student Affairs at (801) 957-2122, Highland Center, Room HLDC215. Government agency sponsors: Contact each agency before enrolling. Obtain a cost estimate from the adviser and pay tuition to complete the enrollment process. The adviser will schedule
Books and supplies are available at Salt Lake Community College bookstores on the South City, Jordan and Taylorsville Redwood Campuses. Other sites may provide limited bookstore services. Payment for books and supplies are made directly to the bookstore. (Costs listed for books and supplies are estimates and are subject to change without notice.)
The Applied Technology (AT) Orientation gives an overview of AT policies and procedures and walks students through creating their MyPage login and printing their attendance schedules. Orientations will be conducted 1 to 1 with advisers or online at the time of submitting a training plan to register for classes.
Purchase parking permit or bus pass at South City Campus, Jordan Campus or Taylorsville Redwood Campus, AD 150. Parking permits may also be purchased at Meadowbrook Campus, main reception desk in Building B. Annual permit: $35.00 Semester permit: $17.50 Monthly permit: $5.00 Weekly permit: $3.00 Day permit: $1.00 Reduced fee bus pass available on a monthly or semester basis.
The printed class schedule is required for entry into the classroom.