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Welcome Snow College's New CE Director, Petra Brittner!

Petra Brittner is Snow College’s new Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Director. She accepted this position after having served as CE Advisor for nearly seven years. Before joining Snow College in 2016, Petra was a high school counselor in the Salt Lake City area where she worked in partnership with Snow College’s CE program. Petra enjoyed being a K-12 educator in Texas where she was a teacher, counselor, educational diagnostician, and administrator. She was appointed to the Texas Education Agency in 2008 to build a state-wide infrastructure for the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS). Petra loves making a positive difference in students’ lives, as she herself has faced many challenges before realizing success. Her can-do attitude along with her positive personality and her unwavering commitment to Snow College, will contribute to the best educational outcomes for our students. Petra hopes to increase CE enrollment from traditionally underserved students, improve learning outcomes for all students through effective advising, and re-kindle the collaborative relationships with all our partners.

Petra promotes the advancement of CE state-wide and nationally. She serves as the Chair for Special Projects with the Utah Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (UACEP) and assists the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) with their accreditation process. Petra has helped our CE program to be accredited through NACEP. She teaches GNST 1004, College Prep and Survival and treasures that interaction with students.

Petra holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor, Texas and earned numerous Ed. Certifications including Counselor and Principal in the states of Utah, Texas, and Washington. She enjoys being an expert peer reviewer with the U.S. Department of Education outside of her commitment to Snow College. She adores her two adult children and daughter-in-law who hold advanced degrees from Utah universities and work as High School teachers and as Chemist. Her four grandchildren and her garden bring her much joy. She is a member of the Wasatch Mountain Club where she served on the Board of Directors in various positions.

Petra can be reached by email at or by phone at 512-525-9285. Welcome Petra!

Need Assistance? Contact the Snow College Academic Advisor assigned to your high school.

Meagan Dyreng

Meagan Dyreng
(435) 660-1857

  • Athenian eAcademy: Vernal
  • Copper Hills
  • Dugway
  • East Hollywood
  • Manila
  • Merit Academy
  • Mountain Ridge
  • North Summit
  • Real Salt Lake Academy
  • Rich
  • Salem Hills
  • Silver Summit Academy
  • Skyridge
  • Terra Academy
  • Tooele
  • Utah Military Academy
  • Utah Virtual Academy
  • Vanguard Academy
  • Wasatch
  • Weber Innovation
  • Wendover
  • West Jordan

Bree Daniels
(435) 851-9253

  • Athenian eAcademy: Delta, Ephraim and Nephi
  • Carbon
  • Delta
  • Desert Hills
  • Dixie
  • EskDale
  • Juab
  • Manti
  • Millard
  • North Sanpete
  • Pine View
  • Tintic
  • West Desert

Christi Orme
(435) 531-4162

  • Athenian eAcademy: Richfield
  • Beaver
  • Bryce Valley
  • Cedar City
  • Cedar Ridge
  • Emery
  • Escalante
  • Gunnsion
  • Kanab
  • Lake Powell School
  • Milford
  • North Sevier
  • Panguitch
  • Piute
  • Richfield
  • South Sevier
  • Valley
  • Wayne

For further support please contact:

Petra Brittner, Director
office: (512) 525-9285
cell: (512) 525-9285 

Cathy Beal, IVC Manager
office: (435) 283-7080
cell:  (435) 851-0461

Bree Nielson, IVC Support
office: (435) 283-7381
cell: (435) 262-9661

Emily Burton,  CE Registration Coordinator
office: (435) 283-7147
fax: (435) 283-7149

Zach Wall, Webex Support
cell: (801) 889-7151

For all Canvas support contact the Snow College teaching and learn center:


Mission Statement

The mission of Snow College Concurrent Enrollment is to provide exceptional educational opportunities that promote student success, access, and inclusion. We strive to empower high school students with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to excel in their academic pursuits and prepare for their future endeavors. Through rigorous coursework, supportive mentorship, and innovative programming, we aim to bridge the gap between high school and college, fostering a seamless transition and cultivating a lifelong love for learning.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to be a leader in empowering high school students through accessible concurrent enrollment programs at Snow College. We envision a future where every student has equal access to high-quality college-level courses, regardless of their background or circumstances. By breaking down barriers we strive to provide a supportive learning environment that celebrates individual strengths and cultivates a sense of belonging. Through our commitment to student success and access, we aim to inspire a new generation of lifelong learners who are prepared to contribute meaningfully to their communities and thrive in an ever-changing world.


Snow College Concurrent Enrollment goal is to enhance the impact and reach of Snow College Concurrent Enrollment programs, providing exceptional educational opportunities for rural high school students. Snow College will expand access to high-quality college-level courses, empowering students to excel academically and prepare for their future endeavors. By fostering a seamless transition from high school to college, we aim to instill a deep passion for continuous learning. Through innovative IVC programming, rigorous coursework, and supportive mentorship, we will break down barriers, celebrate individual strengths, and create a culture of belonging. Our commitment to student success and access will inspire a new generation of individuals who contribute meaningfully to their communities and thrive in a changing world.