Salt Lake County Community Colleges

  • There are 10 community colleges in Salt Lake County, Utah, serving 36,351 students.
  • Salt Lake County, UT community colleges have a diversity score of 0.53, which is lower than the national average of 0.66 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 27% of the student body (majority Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 40:1.

Salt Lake County Community Colleges

  • College Location Students
  • 12257 South Business Park Drive-Ste 101
    Draper UT  84020
    (801)816-1444

    1,006 students
  • 121 Election Rd Ste 300
    Draper UT  84020
    (801)601-5000

    234 students
  • 1902 W 7800 S
    West Jordan UT  84088
    (801)304-4224

    219 students
  • Eagle Gate College-Murray
    Pivate, for profit
    5588 South Green Street
    Murray UT  84123
    (801)333-8100

    238 students
  • 405 South Main Street-Ste 130
    Salt Lake City UT  84111
    (801)333-7120

    131 students
  • 3280 W 3500 S
    West Valley City UT  84119
    (801)840-4800

    217 students
  • 3949 S 700 E Ste 150
    Salt Lake City UT  84107
    (801)713-0915

    371 students
  • 95 North 300 West
    Salt Lake City UT  84101
    (801)524-8100

    1,995 students
  • 4600 S Redwood Rd
    Salt Lake City UT  84123
    (801)957-4111

    30,248 students
  • 383 W Vine St
    Murray UT  84123
    (801)281-7620

    1,692 students
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