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 Salt Lake Community College 

Name: Salt Lake Community College
President: Cynthia Bioteau
Website: www.slcc.edu
City: Salt Lake City
State: UT
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Suburban, Large City
Year Established: 1948

Governing Board Website 

 

Salt Lake Community College

Student Characteristics based on Fall 2010 IPEDS data

2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total: 34,654
Part Time: 68.4%
Full Time: 31.6%

Gender
Male: 48.8%
Female: 51.2%

Race/Ethnicity
African American: 2.1%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 4.9%
Hispanic: 10.3%
Native American: 1.1%
White: 70.2%
Other: 11.4% 

 

 Salt Lake Community College President

Cynthia Bioteau
President

 Salt Lake Community College Board Chair

Gail Miller
Board Chair

Quote from the President

"The community college is and will always be a significant driver of economic development and economic growth. Access and quality are the hallmarks of Salt Lake Community College. Our mission is to work closely with local business and industry to provide up-to-date training and educational opportunities for everyone in our community."

Interesting Facts

  • Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) recently established a new Center for Innovation that provides incentives and recognition for employees who develop and implement new and interesting ways to advance the college mission. One of the first such centers among U.S. community colleges, the center promotes new approaches to college teaching and administration for all SLCC employees. 
  • SLCC has formed partnerships with local high schools and local businesses to provide internship opportunities to students still in high school. Local businesses provide internships for summer employment, mentoring opportunities, and funding for the student scholarships.
  • SLCC won the Utah Business 2011 Green Business award, which recognizes admirable environmental sustainability efforts in Utah. The college received the award for its leadership and teaching in the fields of energy management and green technologies that promote environmental sustainability.
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