Complimentary food truck fare, live music and family activities spotlight the new campus.
The public is invited to celebrate the opening of this new campus with festivities that include free local food truck fare, live music, and a Mocktail Mixer, where you can mingle with others, including Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) and University of Utah (U) faculty.
Families with kids can engage in face painting and a craft station, see the “Super Mario Brothers” movie, and high-five mascots Brutus, Swoop and Yeti.
This is an opportunity to have some summer fun for all ages and to check out the Juniper building on the new 88-acre SLCC Herriman campus.
At the open house, prospective students and their families can meet SLCC and U faculty and staff, take a tour the building, or even check out the Application & Transfer Lab and see how easy it is to enroll.
In the new Juniper Building on the Herriman campus, students can now earn an associate degree at SLCC and then continue their education on the same campus to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah. This collaboration between the two schools brings higher education closer to home for students in the South Jordan, Riverton, Bluffdale, Herriman and Draper communities.
Students can earn associate degrees in business, economics, education, psychology, general social and behavioral sciences or computer science information systems and then go on to earn a bachelor’s degree in a number of areas throughout the U. Learn more here.
Herriman Campus Community Open House
Event | Friday, Aug. 4, 3:30-8:30 pm
Location | 14551 Sentinel Ridge Blvd, Herriman, see parking map here.
- Community performances, Herriman Jazz Band and Blue Hawaii Entertainment
- Free food from local food trucks: Taste of the South, Garden O’ Veaten (vegan), Jurassic Tacos and Cup Bop
- Guided building tours with self-guided options are available
- Student Resource Fair
- Office open house
- Application & Transfer Lab
- Faculty Mocktail Mixer
- Face painting
- Craft station
- Mascot and cheer team engagement
- Live music from The Mellons and then the band, 19 Miles per Hour
- “Super Mario Brothers Movie”