When are classes held?

Lineworker Apprenticeship classes start at the beginning of the SLCC Semester (Late August for Fall, second week of January for Spring). The classes are a blend of online learning and in-person labs. Labs for first and second year apprentices are typically held on Monday nights on the Miller Campus in Sandy, UT

What do I need for class?

You will need to be able to access the Internet on a regular basis to complete the online coursework and typical climbing gear for labs.

Where do I go to attend labs?

Everyone has a choice of two locations to attend labs. You can either attend labs at the Miller Campus Poleyard in Sandy, UT or the St. George Poleyard in St.George, UT.

Miller Campus Poleyard
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

St. George Poleyard
175 Est 200 North
St. George, UT 84770

What books will I need to purchase for class?

You will not need to purchase any books for class. All materials needed are provided online.

How do I register for classes?

To register for classes, download and complete the registration form and submit your registration packet by:

  1. Email: spedregistration@slcc.edu
  2. Fax: 801-957-5328
  3. Mail or submit in-person:

SPED Registration Office
Larry H. Miller Campus, MPDC 110
9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070

What is the Drop/Withdrawal/Refund/Registration Policy?




If a student decides not to remain enrolled in a class, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the Program Coordinator to drop or withdraw from the class. Failure to officially drop classes not attended will result in failing grades and forfeiture of tuition due the College. Failure to officially drop may lead to enforcement of the college collection policy

Students are required to pay for all classes that they do not officially drop.

Full tuition will be refunded if student drops before the first day of class.

Tuition will not be refunded if student is a “no show” for entire class.

Last Date to Add Classes, Tuition Due Date will follow the Institutional Academic Calendar for the appropriate semester as Full Term 16-week schedule.

Academic Calendar

Late registrations must be approved by the Program Coordinator