The class sizes are small (about 35 students per class) so its more personalized learning and you can access help from your professor easier. most of the classes I've taken are to fulfill my gen-ed requirements so nothing to in depth but there are many programs to choose from if your going into a specific major.
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Salt Lake Community College really is the wiser choice for students looking to attend college after high school graduation. Class sizes are small, the tuition is much cheaper than larger universities, and the quality of the professors and their teaching is great. Though some look down on community colleges, I sincerely believe that it's the smartest route to take after high school before transferring to a university.» Read More
Since there has been such an influx of students the last couple of years, financial aide takes forever and classes fill up very quickly. It is still a ton cheaper than the other colleges around here, and I would highly recommend it to anyone about to graduate high school. Why pay more for the same thing?» Read More
Salt Lake Community College offers students a great opportunity to step ahead. Their focus on small classrooms, great staff, and broad subjects makes it easy to attend. Most importantly, this place has a huge community drive and opportunity flourishes because of it.» Read More
It is a very welcoming campus and all of the staff are helpful and compassionate. They are really good at making a person who doesn't know anything about college or how to do it feel confident enough to start. They also have a huge selection of classes and programs.» Read More
It is a wonderful college where there is built a small community with professors and academic advisors. The greatest benefit is the money, the first two years of school, the money invested is reasonable and worth it.» Read More