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Fall 2019


New Student Kickoff!

Wednesday, August 14, 5 PM - 7:30 PM | Taylorsville Redwood Campus | STC, Student Event Center

Salt Lake Community College welcomes new students and your families to the college. The goal is to empower students to take charge of their journey by sharing knowledge and tools needed in order to begin the semester with a smart start. A fun and invaluable experience that will help you make the most of your first year and kickoff your college experience!

At the New Student Kickoff, you’ll get to:

  • Connect with SLCC faculty, staff and other new students
  • Enjoy a light dinner during the Family and Friends Connection panel
  • Attend educational sessions: Financing your College Career and Finding Jobs on Campus/Career Options
  • Explore the campus through an interactive tour
  • Discover services, resources, and helpful hits for a successful college experience
  • WIN prizes!

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Community Engagement Fairs

Looking for ways to become more engaged in our community? If you're looking for internships, volunteer opportunities, service-learning placements, work-study, AmeriCorps, employment, or more this is the place for you! We will have a variety of community partners on campus for you to explore.

This is also a great way for full-time staff to find places and causes to support by using their Community Engagement Leave.


Resource Fairs

Stop by any of the Resource Fairs to learn all about the resources, services and perks available to you as an SLCC Bruin! Multiple academic departments, programs and college resources will be gathered in one place to help you get connected to campus! Also enjoy free food and prizes while you peruse!


Club Rush

Club Rush is an event where all student clubs across campus come together and table their clubs for recruitment and also help students who have not previously been involved to learn more about the clubs on campus. Any student can join any club. With more than 70 clubs on campus, come and find out what club you want to join! Also enjoy free food and prizes!


Office of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (ODMA)

The events listed below are designed specifically for students from the listed community, but they are open to all students! The main purpose of these events is to create a social environment for students to initiate new, and strengthening existing relationships with their peers and advisors. Students will have the opportunity to meet with ODMA Success Coordinators to learn more about who they are and their commitment to their individual success.

* All at the Student Center, Room 236 Diversity & Multicultural Center, Taylorsville Redwood Campus