The Office of Admissions represents Salt Lake Community College in all aspects of recruitment of future students who are considering making Salt Lake Community College their college of choice!

The Office provides information to future students, high school counselors and guardians/parents in an effort to help them learn about the academic programs and opportunities that await them here at Salt Lake Community College.

We host events such as early college outreach activities, college awareness events and open house activities.

Getting Started

Our application is done entirely online. Please check our academic calendar to meet deadlines for the semester you want to apply for. If you do not attend classes in the semester of your application, or if you stop attending classes for a period of three semesters or longer, you will need to submit a free Admissions Application Update.

Create your MySLCC account

  • Go to MySLCC.
  • Go to "Look Up Your Student Number" and fill out the information to retrieve your student number and username
  • Next you will go to "First Time Users" and complete all of the information
  • Once into your MySLCC you can use "Semester Checklist" to see your next steps.

It is necessary to complete the SLCC placement process in order to register. The results will be used to place you in your English and Math courses. Your ACT/SAT scores may also be used instead. The placement is available to take daily and is free your first time.

In the new student orientation you will receive helpful information regarding major and career exploration as well as what it takes to be a successful college student.

To register login onto MySLCC and under your "Semester Checklist" tab will be an option to register.

Check the academic calendar for registration dates and deadlines.

  • Log in to MySLCC and select "Registration"
  • Select "Add/Drop" classes
  • Select the semester and click submit
  • Once you have chosen the section of the class you want to take, click the Add button

Admission Application Update

Note:The application works best on Chrome or Firefox internet browsers.

Concurrent Enrollment students and students who have skipped a semester will need to submit an admission application update in order to register for their desired semester.

Check the "Semester Checklist" tab on MySLCC to make sure you are on track.

SLCC has many different advisors to support your academic journey such as:

  • Financial Aid - Assists in students completing the FAFSA and other financial assistance.
  • One Card - Available at ID center at any main campus.
  • Parking Pass - Can be purchased online.
  • Bookstore - Look up what books you need on MySLCC.

High School Counselor & Community Partner Conference

Join the staff from the SLCC Office of Admissions for our annual High School Counselor & Community Partner Conference! Come enjoy a day of education, information and collaboration! Enjoy a variety of different workshops, guest speakers, breakfast, lunch and prizes.

Register for Conference