Provost of Academic Affairs

Doctor Chris Picard photoWhether you are pursuing an associate degree following high school with the intent to transfer to a four-year institution or returning to school to retool for the changing workforce, Salt Lake Community College has a program that is right for you.  Each year, SLCC awards some 3,000 degrees and certificates in a broad range of disciplines making us third in the nation among two-year schools for associate degrees awarded in 2010 according to Community College Week.

 

SLCC courses are taught by a variety of highly qualified faculty who support the College's vision to be the premier comprehensive community college in the nation.  Fifty of our 333 full-time faculty have doctorate degrees in their field, and another 212 hold masters degrees.  Our Career and Technical Education faculty hold industry credentials in fields from aviation to welding and represent the leading edge in their fields.  Credit and noncredit instructional programs are offered in both a traditional semester-based format and in an open entry / open exit format to meet the needs of our diverse student body.

The faculty and staff at Salt Lake Community College are committed to offering access to all students wishing to pursue additional education and to helping them succeed.  Ongoing program assessments help us to evaluate the needs of our students and the workforce and adjust our offerings to give students the best possible preparation for further schooling and the workplace.

Contact Us

Taylorsville Redwood Campus
4600 S. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
Administration Building, Room 115
801-957-4232

Please call 801-957-4232 to contact the Office of the Provost of Academic Affairs.