Monday, March 30, 2015

Spring 2015 Online Evaluations



Online Course Evaluations

Awesome class…
Don’t keep your thoughts to yourself.
Tell us how we’re doing.

April 13 starts 8:00 a.m. – May 12 ends 8:00 a.m.

Students: Get online and complete your course evaluations.

The information you provide: 
  • Helps improve the quality of instruction and instructors
  • Provides feedback to fellow students on instructors and classes
  • Provides feedback to help instructors improve their classes
  • May be used to retain good instructors

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Faculty

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Questions?

Contact Betty Starts 801-957-4732 or betty.starts@slcc.edu

All evaluations are completely anonymous. Your name or personal identifying information is not reported to anyone, including instructors.

Individuals who require ADA accommodations should contact the Disability Resource Center
at 801-957-4659

Friday, March 20, 2015

Utah College Reading & Learning Association Conference


Utah CRLA Conference
Making the Connection: Supporting Learners in Contemporary Contacts

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., April 15
SLCC Miller Campus, 9750 S. 300 West, Sandy

Registration closes April 1
$40 per staff or faculty member
$20 per tutor

Register at spedregistration.com

Keynote speakers:
  • SLCC President Dr. Deneece Huftalin will speak on the topic of how SLCC is supporting and improving learner support in student success and retention, both in and out of the classroom.
  • Dr. Kyle Reyes, special assistant to the president for inclusion and assistant professor in the school of education at Utah Valley University, will speak on inclusion.

For more information call 801-957-4138 or learningcenter@slcc.edu.


Monday, March 16, 2015

SLCC Women's Basketball Competes in Finals

Salt Lake Community College Women's Basketball is off to Kansas to participate in the NJCAA National Championships. The Bruins will enter the tournament as the No. 11 seed.

Their first game is scheduled for 11 a.m., March 17 at Mountain Standard time against No. 22 ASA College from Brooklyn.

The ASA Avengers posted a 16-4 record this season and were excellent on the road winning 13 of 14 contests away from home.

The winner of the SLCC vs. ASA game will move on to play No. 6 Iowa Western at 6 p.m. (MST) Wednesday.

Everything you need to know about the NJCAA Tournament:

To watch the game live: www.njcaatv.com/njcaatv/

For Text Alerts, please sign up at http://bit.ly/1GzH2nd (select NJCAA to receive scores from each game)

For Bracket and Seeding information: www.njcaa.org

For realtime box scores and live stats:  www.cybersportsusa.com

Up to date Score tweets, please follow: SalinaStatCrew on Twitter

For Audio, please visit: www.KSAL.com
Click "On Air" and select "NJCAA Audio"

For anything else, visit the SLCC Athletics homepage: slccbruins.com


SLCC student, staffer awarded new “recycled” ride

Vanessa Wilkins drove home from Salt Lake Community College on March 13 a happy woman, behind the wheel of a free 2008 Nissan Quest minivan.

Vanessa Wilkins at the wheel of her free van

SLCC staff worked with American Family Insurance to select a deserving individual at SLCC to receive the van, rehabilitated with the help of donations from local auto parts stores and the efforts of Superior Auto Body in Draper. Wilkins’ family recently had two vehicles break down, making it a struggle to get their three children to different schools and both parents to work. After stitching together their family’s various commutes, Wilkins finally purchased a small car. The rehabilitated used van, however, will be a huge addition to the family’s driveway.


With this donation through National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program, in coordination with American Family Insurance, the Wilkins family can breathe a little easier and even allow their children to bring a friend along for a simple trip to the park. Vanessa Wilkins, who works part time in SLCC’s Student Life and Leadership office, and her husband both take classes at SLCC.

The Wilkins family in front of their "recycled" 2008 Nissan van