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The purpose of the Fact Book is to provide official information about Salt Lake Community College (SLCC). Where possible, several years of historical data has been presented to provide perspective and to show trends.

It should be noted that given the complexities and size of SLCC and the multiple special databases that are being used, when interpreting data appearing in this book, care should be taken to ensure the database is correct for the purpose for which the data is used. The Fact Book represents the official numbers of Salt Lake Community College.

The Fact Book was prepared by Debbie Summers and Annette Lowe from the Office of Institutional Research.
Deneece Huftalin, Ph.D. President
Clifton Sanders, Ph.D. Interim Provost of Academic Affairs
Nancy Singer, Ph.D. Interim Vice President of Student Services
Dennis R. Klaus Vice President of Business Services
Alison McFarlane Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Tim Sheehan Vice President of Government and Community Relations
Barbara Grover Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness
Roderic Land, Ph.D. Special Assistant to the President


Gail Miller, Chair
Stanley B. Parrish, Vice Chair
Sanchaita Datta
Clint Ensign
Ashok Joshi, Ph.D.
David W. Lang
Patricia Richards
Richard R. Tranter
Carlos Moreno, Student Association President
Annie V. Schwemmer, SLCC Alumni Association President

Vision Statement

Salt Lake Community College will be the premier comprehensive community college in the nation.

Mission Statement

Salt Lake Community College is a public, open-access, comprehensive community college committed to serving the broader community. Its mission is to provide quality higher education and lifelong learning to people of diverse cultures, abilities, and ages, and to serve the needs of community and government agencies, business, industry and employers.
The College fulfills its mission by:
  • offering associate degrees, certificate programs, career and technical education, developmental education, transfer education, and workforce training to prepare individuals for career opportunities and an enriched lifetime of learning and growing;
  • offering programs and student support services that provide students opportunities to acquire knowledge and critical thinking skills, develop self-confidence, experience personal growth, and value cultural enrichment;
  • maintaining an environment committed to teaching and learning, collegiality, and the respectful and vigorous dialogue that nourishes active participation and service in a healthy democracy.
  • Access and Success
  • Transfer Education
  • Workforce Education
  • Community Engagement

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