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SLCC to offer online-only classes for summer term

College to defer 1.5% tuition increase until spring ’21 term

Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville Redwood Campus in Taylorsville is pictured on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020.
Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville Redwood Campus in Taylorsville is pictured on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020.
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake Community College will offer only online classes for summer term, which starts May 18.

SLCC will also defer a 1.5% tuition increase until the spring 2021 term. For the summer term, the college will waive its online course fee for all classes, including those normally delivered online.

SLCC spokesman Joy Tlou said the measures are intended to help protect the health of students, faculty and staff and keep college affordable.

The deadline to apply to SLCC for summer semester is May 13, and the last day to register for summer classes is May 27.