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School of Applied Technology and Technical Specialties

Costs and Financial Aid

Credit Program Students

  1. Apply to the college at Application for Admission
  2. Complete your assessment – students will either need to submit SAT (not to be confused with SLCC’s SAT programs) or ACT scores or take the Accuplacer placement test
  3. Attend new student orientation.
  4. Register for classes
  5. Pay your tuition

Applied Technology Programs

If you’re starting at the SAT, your enrollment advisor will give you a cost estimate detailing tuition and fees for your program. Costs for Utah residents include:

  • Tuition - $2.28 per clock hour
  • Fees - 15 cents per clock hour
  • Application - $40
  • Books and supplies: Costs vary depending on the courses you take
  • International Student Tuition - $7.98 per clock hour

Paying Tuition

  • For new SAT students, payment is due prior to registering for your courses.
  • After the initial course registration, when you’re registered into your next courses, payment is due within 3 business days.
  • If you rely on VA or Pell grants, or a community or government agency, your funding must be secured before you register for courses.

Steps To Apply for Financial Aid

  1. Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
    • SLCC’s Title IV code is 005220
  2. SLCC will be notified of your FAFSA application and will review it. The College will send you a “Missing Information Letter” or an email; be sure to respond by submitting all requested documents.
  3. If you haven’t received communication from SLCC’s Financial Aid office within a week of submitting your FAFSA, call the School of Applied Technology, 801-957-3347.

Financial aid is disbursed when you begin attending your program. Any refund amounts will be sent to your mailing address on file, or you may enroll to receive refunds by electronic deposit or on your SLCC OneCard/Discover prepaid card.

Pell Eligible Programs

  • Accounting Clerk: CP
  • Air Conditioning/Heating/Refrigeration: CC
  • Automation and Instrumentation Technician: CC
  • Computer Support Specialist (A+): CP
  • Electronics Communications Technician: CC
  • Electronics Engineering Technician: CC
  • Electronics Technician: CP
  • Graphic Technician: CP
  • Health Information Specialist: CP
  • Medical Coding & Billing: CP
  • Medical Office Administration: CP
  • Network Administrator (MCITP:SA): CP
  • Network Engineer: CP
  • Web Programmer: CP
  • Web Site Designer: CP
  • Welding: CC

Apprenticeship Students

Students participating in apprenticeship programs are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid, however they may be eligible for scholarships. Apprenticeships do have a reduced tuition rate for their coursework.