Program for the dedication ceremony of the College Center (now the Student Center) at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus on April 26, 1974. Program includes events, information about the architect, and a statement of purpose regarding the role of the college union.
College Center 25th Year Celebration 1974-1999 is a document with reminiscences about the College Center (now the Student Center) over the years. Individuals who participated in this document include: Kevin Fazier, Maurine Hendrickson, Linda Miller, Paul Gundersen, President Jay L. Nelson, Hiram Molloy, Bryan Gardner, President O. D. Carnahan, James Schinrel, John Wiemer, Mitchell Hart, Fred Lee Wilbur, and Elaine Anderson. Topics covered include the creation of the College Center, renovations, changes in services, etc.
The purpose of Veterans Services is to provide comprehensive assistance and support to all Salt Lake Community College service members, veterans and dependents as individuals complete their educational goals. Since 1948, Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) has been a proud supporter of those who have served in all branches of the U.S. Military. In 1948, the Salt Lake Area Vocational School, now known as Salt Lake Community College, opened its doors and began serving and training veterans returning from WWII desiring to utilize their new education benefit called, the Montgomery GI BILL. The first 145 students were veterans, and by the second semester, 589 military students were using their VA educational benefits for their education. Today, over 1,100 veterans/dependents attend SLCC each semester. The main Veterans Center is located on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus in the Student Center, room 059. Also located on the South City Campus. There is an outreach specialist that will meet with Veteran Students on other campuses as well.