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The first step is to apply on our application portal as an early enrollment student type for the term you want. Verify that you will be able to meet the deadline for Early Enrollment Admissions. Our registration dates and deadlines coincide with the Academic Calendar for our regular students. Admissions applications received after the deadline will be processed for the following semester.

Check the Required Documents Checklist. Gather all the required documents pertaining to you, print and upload them to your Admissions Application Portal. The required documents must be submitted in order to be considered for admissions.

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Please upload all needed documents found under “Forms”.

Please contact us with any questions at 801-957-4214 or email

Who is Eligible?

Students must:

  • Have completed their sophomore year (10th grade).
  • Be currently enrolled in high school, OR registered as home schooled through the school district, OR officially withdrawn and released from Utah's compulsory age for education (18) through the school district.
  • Demonstrate current college level proficiency by placing in ENGL 1010 and MATH 1010 with ACT or SLCC Placement Process scores. ACT Math scores are acceptable if taken within 18 months from the test date, ACT Reading scores never expire. SLCC Placement Process Math scores are acceptable if taken within 1 year from the test date, SLCC Placement Process English scores never expire.

*Note: Test scores must be official so make sure they are on your high school transcripts or request transfer scores to be sent directly to us.

English Math (Within 18 months.)
ACT Reading: 18 20
SLCC Placement Process

English: Place into ENGL 1010

Math: Place into MATH 1010


Students who are currently enrolled as a Concurrent Enrollment student are not required to meet with an Advisor prior to registering for classes. Only newly accepted Early Enrollment Students who have not participated in Concurrent Enrollment are required to meet with an Advisor prior to registering for classes. The Advisor will discuss the student’s responsibility with their courses and tuition, the differences between high school and college courses and what should be expected. Our Admissions Advisors are available at Taylorsville Redwood, West Valley Center, South City and Jordan Campuses. The advising session must be completed, registration will be blocked until it is completed.

Schedule a session with one of our Admission Advisors:

Advisor Campus Phone Email Address
Moani Tuitupou South City Campus 801-957-3391
Daniel Rodriguez Taylorsville Redwood Campus 801-957-4105
Marlene Perez Morales Taylorsville Redwood Campus 801-957-3571
Dreyah Hagan Taylorsville Redwood Campus 801-957-3772
Monica Perez West Valley Center 801-957-4948

It is recommended for course availability that students submit all required documents and meet with an advisor two to three months before the beginning of the semester. Applications will not be accepted after the deadline.

Transfer Credit

Students who have prior college credit and/or who have completed Advanced Placement (AP) tests with a score of 3 or higher, may request the credit to be posted to their SLCC record to fulfill pre-requisite and program requirements. Please follow these instructions on how to have prior transcripts evaluated.

SLCC does not accept AP scores reported through a high school or previous college transcript. If SLCC was not listed as a score recipient when you took the AP exam, you must order an official AP Score Report. Please contact AP Score Reporting Services at 888-225-5427 to order your official report.

SLCC College Board Code: 4864
See College Board for more information.

Eligible AP Exams and Credits Earned

Early Enrollment Admissions Appeals

Students who do not meet eligibility requirements and have not submitted their application/documentation may appeal the requirements by submitting a letter of appeal (can be found under Forms) with their application. You will need to submit all other documents beforehand and include a separate letter of support from your high school administrator, counselor or CTE Coordinator, and a personal statement explaining why you feel an exception should be granted to the Early Enrollment Policy.

Students who have been denied may either try to meet the requirements again (i.e. re-testing, turning in missing/official documents) or submit a letter of appeal explaining your situation and reasoning along with any other documents to support your case.

All appeals with documentation should be emailed to or taken to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus Admissions office. The appeals deadline is five business days following the application deadline. Please contact us with any questions at 801-957-4214.