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Reviews 1658 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: There are many different course options. I think that other professors were great; mine just was unorganized.

3 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: My professor was unorganized but it was still a good class.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I have to work layer into the night, so I could have day time classes and still have a night time one as well.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: A class that stands out would be an accounting class I took for a semester, the class was very small and we had lota of time to discuss and to really ask questions if we didn't understand what the teacher wad saying. The classes are very flexible, between various classes during the day and also some at night.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Again I don't have enough experience to truly give a good rating and review.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I can't really say mich because I haven't spent enough time with the program to really know.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The classes I've taken were pretty small, and questions were always answered when asked.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Some courses have a wide variety of class times, instructors, and flexible hours. Others...do not.This is a bit of a concern for me, as I do not want to have to choose between my job and my classes. I have a multitude of other duties that need to be taken care of, and am needed to help out at home. None of this can be accomplished without some sort of income, even though it is incredibly small.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: The platform my most active online class, English, used was highly accessible, easy to navigate, and worked perfectly for that particular classroom formula. It was easy to keep in contact with the Professor, I could communicate with all of my classmates at anytime, and the style in which we did work was very similar to a more typical classroom. My other two online classes mostly gave us work to do for the week until its next due date. It was still very possible to contact the instructors and they would reply quickly and professionally. Interaction with my other classmates was a lot more minimal, but we were still able to have discussions when we could.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I've yet to have a bad experience at this school. This could of course change with time, and no opinion is set in stone. The worst I've gone through at SLCC is the inability to enroll for another semester when tuition is owed. However, I had made the statement that I had not wanted to start college until I was a Utah resident, and was pushed into it anyway before I had been here in Utah for a year. As a result, the large amount of time spent out of school as I work to pay off the out-of-state fee has left me drained and frustrated. This, however, is not particularly the school's fault. I knew I would be charged an out-of-state fee. The only thing I would really be upset with the school about is the fact that even with the bill being so close to getting paid off, I still cannot register for classes. Aside from this, however, within the school itself, I have enjoyed my classes, my classmates, and my instructors.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I can't give too much of an experience, personally, so I will go with hearsay. From what it seems, I am far from the only person who intends to complete her prerequisites at the Community College before transferring to the University. Those who have graduated from the Community College leave behind the impression that it was worth their time and money to remain there and not transfer out. However, more promise is typically seen in graduating from the U of U, and most only stay at SLCC for financial reasons.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: It certainly isn't the best, and I will admit, I would have preferred to have my first college experience in a University. However, things don't always go as planned, and for a temporary situation until I can transfer, I quite enjoy this community college. Unlike my second high school, I never feel unsafe or unwanted. The curriculum is challenging, but fair, and I definitely feel as if I've earned my grades instead of just being handed them. I've only attended one semester so far, but I've enjoyed my professors/instructors, I've felt comfortable around my classmates, and I've greatly enjoyed the work I was given. I've never felt like my intelligence was being insulted during a lecture, a problem I constantly had in my second high school as my other classmates often had to have their hands held throughout the course. I haven't involved myself in much outside of class, but I would like to try out some extracurricular activities in the future. I look forward to another semester there.

5 College Student

Academic Flexibility: They have so many classes that you can choose from that also have different dates and times to try and figure out around your schedule with work or family.

5 College Student

Online Courses: It is very much like being in the classroom but with less people to distract me from my studies or from my professor. You can also send them messages to ask questions and they respond very quickly.

5 College Student

Overall Experience: They are all very nice and helpful and want to do their best to help you progress through out college.

5 College Student

Overall Experience: They have apprenticeship type classes to help people learn more about their field of work.

5 College Student

Overall Experience: I love Salt Lake Community College because they do their absolute best to help you through college. They offer a program to help high school grads transition from high school type of work to college. And they have the SLCC Promise to help you have college be less expensive in any way possible.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I haven't had to transfer credits yet but I do know from classmates and sessions with advisors that it is a process with just a few steps and that most the credits transfer to universities pretty smoothly and credits are accepted transferring in. The elective credits are a little different here so you may have to take a couple extra electives.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: I've been able to keep up and stay connected very easily

3 College Junior

Career Services: These services are available and the focus is on realistic goals

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: There is room to hear each student out and allow them the best opportunity to earn grades that support advancement and the lectures are well structured . Instructors love student participation discussion but aren't real crazy about attendance they seem to appreciate if you want to be there you will be or if youre working they understand.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The advisors in academics, my department and financial aid are very available are genuinely helpful

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The workload is heavy and the course is involved. The program is specific to your interest and the beginning courses create a strong foundational knowledge about the law in US. Instructors are liberal and very supportive but strict about assignments. There is a lot of reading and these courses are activity involved, we are taken on tours, we do mock trials in class, we do a lot of 'real world' assignments. At the end of the program there are 2 choices to do either a co op and intern at a firm or a class that the instructors provide case work as real as possible to prepare you for your employment.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: There is a lot of support for people from all different walks of life and the resources are accessible. Staff to all the different offices have your best interest of time in mind and will direct you so you're not jumping through hoops.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I made a great descision when I decided to attend Salt Lake Community College it's very affordable, I get to stay home and save up money for when I transfer schools whether it's out of state or not I'll have money saved up to settle down and for any expenses such as a dorm to start off. I would really recommend SLCC it is a really diverse school and the small classes helps you to get to know your professor more and it should be easier to get more one on one because of the small class sizes.

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