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University Partnership Faculty

SLCC Articulation Office

Welcome to our SLCC Campus! Our team is here to assist you as needed while you are teaching your university programs at SLCC. Please be sure to be in contact with our office a minimum of two-weeks prior to the semester starting. We will want to make sure your parking is covered, room key or fob is requested, and any other needs are addressed before you welcome your students.

Transfer Articulation Office Contacts

Faculty Support Services

All University Partnerships guest faculty from four-year institutions have resources available to them while on SLCC campuses. For more information on how to access these resources click on the Faculty Support Services below.

Faculty Support Services

University Partnership Handbook

The University Partnerships Handbook provides a general overview of the kinds of partnerships and its elements. It outlines the responsibilities of the partner institution, SLCC and students. It provides information for both faculty and student support services.

Lastly, it provides University Partnerships timelines for every semester in posting class schedules and reserving classrooms/labs and ensuring that faculty are prepared to begin teaching.

It is highly recommended that 4-year institution's program representative, program advisors, coordinators, guest faculty and students are informed of the responsibilities while on SLCC campus.

University Partnerships Handbook

Supporting University Students at SLCC

Parking Permits

Students enrolled in University Partnerships programs will need to purchase a parking permit. Parking permits can be purchased at Taylorsville Redwood or Jordan campus sites. For more information on how to obtain a parking permit and fee requirements, visit SLCC Parking Permits link above.

Computer Accounts & Wireless Access

A student may obtain a wireless or computer account only if the student's name and email address is on the enrolled class list provided to the University Partnerships office. The list will be submitted to the Information Technology Lab Coordinator. Office of Information Technology will create a username and password which will be emailed directly to student's home institution's email address. Sometimes emails end up in the Junk/Spam folder, please check every folder. For computer/ wireless issues or problems contact SLCC's Help Desk directly at 801-957-5555 or Indicate that you are a University Partnerships enrolled student.

Computer Lab Access

Non-SLCC students will have access to any open lab, including the common areas in the library and computers behind Student Express in STC building on Taylorsville Redwood campus. Students need to have a SLCC OneCard and login information to use any open lab.

ADA Accommodations

Students may request ADA accommodations due to a disability. Students should contact their home institution. For more information, click on one of the links below:

SLCC's OneCard

The OneCard is the Salt Lake Community College student identification card. Students who are enrolled in the University Partnerships bachelor degree programs may obtain a OneCard. The OneCard is activated at the beginning of the first week of the semester. Cards are issued at Taylorsville Redwood Campus, at the Student Center's information Desk on the main floor, and at the Jordan Campus Courtesy Desk in the HTC building. Students must present a picture identification to obtain the OneCard. For more information, visit SLCC OneCard website link above.

Library Access

Students enrolled in University Partnerships programs at SLCC may use SLCC's library. The library may require students to have a OneCard for use in some areas or functions of the library or a student ID card showing proof of identification from student's home institution will be accepted. For additional information, visit SLCC's library website link above.

Proctored Exams

SLCC provides proctoring exam services for students from other institutions. There is a fee for each proctored exam, even if the student is enrolled under the partnership agreement. Information on how to schedule a supervised proctored exam visit Proctoring Services website link above. Students needing ADA Accommodations for exams/testing need to contact their home institutions ADA Office first. The home institution will make arrangements for student. See ADA Accommodations above and click on your home institution.


Textbooks for most University Partnerships programs can be purchased at Taylorsville Redwood Campus except the Biotechnology bachelor program textbooks. Students who are in the Biotechnology bachelor degree program can purchase their books at Jordan Campus Bookstore. Jordan Campus Bookstore is located in the HTC building and their hours vary. Jordan campus is located on 3491 West 9000 South (corner of 9000 South and Bangerter Highway).

Taylorsville Redwood Campus Bookstore is located in the Student Center (STC) main floor and their hours vary. For more information, visit the bookstore website or call 801-957-2620.

Spring 2016 Textbooks and ISBNs List

Student Advising

Student advising is available by both SLCC advisors and four-year institution advisors. See table below for specific information. To schedule an appointment with a SLCC advisor call 801-957-4978 or visit the Academic Advising website above.

SLCC Program Advisors

It is required for you to see your appropriate Program Advisor if you have declared a major or have a specific area of study. Advising sessions are available by appointment or, on a limited basis, via walk-in. Review our Academic Advisors by Program list to find your appropriate advisor.

Steps to schedule an appointment with an advisor:

  • Log in at your MySLCC page.
  • Select the “ADVISING” tab.
  • Select “Login to MySuccess” option.
  • Check your My Success Network on your homepage to see who your Primary Advisors are for each service on campus OR if your desired staff member/campus service isn’t listed in your Success Network, you can type them into the search bar.
  • Click on the staff member you would like to meet to view their Schedule Appointment Button.
  • Select your date, time, and location (in-office, phone, or WebEx video chat).
  • You will receive a confirmation email to your Bruinmail.

Four-Year Institutions Program Advisors

University Bachelor Programs Program Advisors Email Phone

Weber State University

Computer Science

Ted Cowan


Weber State University

Network Management

Andrew Drake


Student Disciplinary

All students are expected to meet their home institution’s and SLCC’s Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

When necessary, SLCC’s Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Dean will coordinate due process and disciplinary action with the student’s home institution.

If student misconduct is alleged, Procedure for Alleged Student Misconduct from the SLCC Student Code of Conduct is to be followed.