SLCC Apply for Admissions





Students must be admitted to Salt Lake Community College in order to take concurrent enrollment classes. If a student has never taken concurrent classes at Salt Lake Community College the following steps must be taken to complete the on-line application and pay the one-time $40.00 application fee. This should be done as soon as possible. Students who have previously taken concurrent classes must provide their SLCC S# to the Career Center or CE instructor but will not need to re-apply.

Please note:  There is a $5.00 per credit hour fee that will be assessed by SLCC at the time of registration for courses.


STEP 1:  Apply for SLCC Admission. 

  • Go to  ​
  • Go to the “Admissions” section
  • Scroll to the bottom and click on “Apply for Admissions Now’.
  • Complete the entire application (Personal information, Education information, Parent information).  For a step by step tutorial, click here 
  • At the end of the application, you will be asked to pay the $40 Admission fee.  If you do not pay, the application will not be complete.


STEP 2:  Wait for a reply letter. 

  • The SLCC student number, called your “S” number, will arrive in the mail 7 days after you complete the application.
  • Once you receive your “S” number it is important to record your number where you won’t lose it and can access it quickly (e.g. your mobile device, etc.).
  • You may also ask in the Career Center if they can see your S number. 
  • You may also try clicking MySLCC at the top of the SLCC Concurrent website and click ‘Retrieve your student number and user name’ 48 hours after applying.  


STEP 3:   Set up a MYSLCC account. (This is your college account, similar to your high school Skyward Account.


  • Your username is created for you and will appear on the screen as well as your S number.  Take a picture or write it down before you exit.
  • Follow instructions; it’s specific on what is needed for the password.
  • IMPORTANT – write it down or take a picture and commit to memorizing your password.


Congratulations, you are now a college student!