University Partnerships

Frequently Asked Questions

When do I begin the admission process for a bachelors program?

When are four-year institution courses taught at SLCC?

Do I need to submit an official transcript?

How do I find out if I have met the prerequisite requirements for my major course requirements?

Will I be able to complete the entire bachelor's degree requirements at SLCC?

If admitted to the four-year institution, where do I register for classes?

Do I pay Salt Lake Community College's tuition rate?

Are financial aid and scholarships available for these programs?

May I receive financial aid; if I am enroll in courses with two institutions?

May I go at my own pace if I enrolled in an online program?

Are there SLCC and four-year Program Advisors available for these programs?



When do I begin the admission process for a bachelors program?

Students who have completed an Associate of Sciences (AS) or the Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degree may apply for admission into the 4-year institution program the semester before they intend to begin. Students who are nearing completion of their AS or AAS degree may also apply for admission.

Applications to all programs are available online on the institution's website. Information on how to transfer credits will also be available on the institutions' website.

When admitted, students will receive information regarding registration, course and semester schedules by email.  SLCC students are highly encouraged to meet with the SLCC program advisor to determine what SLCC courses may be required to complete for graduation or to determine if prerequisites for upper level courses have been met.

When are four-year institutions courses taught at SLCC?

Most courses are taught during evening hours from 5:30 - 10:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Note that some courses may vary occasionally. For current courses taught contact the University Partnerships program at 801-957-4680 or by email at evelynn.o'dell@slcc.edu.

Do I need to submit an official transcript?

Yes, students should submit an official transcript to the four-year institution they are applying to for admission. Students can visit with the four-year Program Coordinator or Program Advisor.

How do I find out if I have met the prerequisite requirements for my major course requirements?

Meet with a SLCC Program Academic Advisor or contact the four-year instruction Program Advisor. Non-SLCC students should contact the four-year instruction Program Advisor.

Will I be able to complete the entire bachelor's degree requirements at SLCC?

Students are able to complete the entire bachelor's degree at SLCC either online or attending courses on SLCC campus sites.  There is an exception for students majoring in WSU's Criminal Justice with emphasis in Forensic Science/Laboratory.  Students planning to complete this degree should send an email to Dr. Brent Horn, brenthorm@weber.edu  or call him during office hours at 801-626-8843.

If admitted to the four-year institution, where do I register for classes?

Registration is coordinated through each institution. For more information contact the home institution.

Do I pay Salt Lake Community College's tuition rate?

Students enrolled in bachelor's degree program courses at SLCC must pay the tuition and fees charged by the four-year institution.

Are financial aid and scholarships available for these programs?

Students need to check with the four-year institution Program Coordinator or Program Advisor or log on to the institution's website.

May I receivee financial aid if I am enroll in courses with two institutions?

Students who are registered concurrently in two institutions and receiving financial aid will need to obtain a Consortium Agreement between both institutions.  To begin this process, contact the Financial Aid office of the university you will be receiving your bachelor's degree from.  Financial Aid contact information: 

University

Financial Aid Advisor

Email

Phone

Salt Lake Community Brandee Jacobsen brandee.jacobsen@slcc.edu 801-957-4708
Weber State University Janet Nelson Jcnelson@weber.edu 801-626-6583
Utah State University Financial Aid Counselors finaid@usu.edu 435-797-0173
Utah Valley University Rheta McCammon mccammrh@uvu.edu 801-863-7086


May I go at my own pace if I enrolled in an online program?

Students need to contact their home institution Program Advisor or Program Representative for this information.

Are there SLCC and four-year Program Advisors available for these programs?

Yes, there are program advisors for SLCC students. To schedule an appointment, call 801-957-4978 or visit  www.slcc.edu/academicadvising/transfercenter/ for more information or see below for a specific program advisor:

Program

SLCC Program Advisor

Email

Phone

Office

Biotechnology Devan Church Devan.church@slcc.edu 801-957-4858 Sl209
Business Administration Lee Martinez Lee.Martinez@slcc.edu 801-957-4323 BB132A
Computer Science Lee Martinez Lee.Martinez@slcc.edu 801-957-4323 BB 132A

Criminal Justice

 

Julia Ellis  or

Sam Curley 

Julia.Ellis@slcc.edu

Samual.Curley@slcc.edu

801-957-5320

801-957-4550

PSET 270A

CT 249

Technology Mgt. * Sam Curley Samual.Curley@slcc.edu 801-957-4550
CT 249
*Hybrid
NOTE:  Non-SLCC students will receive academic advising through their home institution; however, if a non-SLCC student is interested in exploring transfer options to SLCC, they can schedule an appointment with a SLCC Academic Advisor.

University

Bachelor Program

Program Advisors

Email

Phone

Weber State University
Computer Science
Ted Cowan
Tedcowan@weber.edu
801-957-4768
Weber State University
Criminal Justice
Mike Chabries Sr
mchabries@weber.edu
801-957-5430
Utah State University Business Administration Kelli Forsgren Kelli.forsgren@usu.edu 801-957-4435
Utah Valley University
Biotechnology
Thayne Dickey
dickeyth@uvu.edu
801-863-6791
Utah Valley University
Technology Mgt
Carrie Peterson
petersca@uvu.edu
801-863-7454