The Snow College Advancement Office currently manages more than $1 million in grant funds, including the following programs:
Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium
This grant provides support for displays and presentations at area schools, as well as supplies for the Science Olympiad, the Math Contest, the S-hike, and Science Night. An additional space grant provides scholarships and funding for a summer camp.
Trade Adjustment Assistance for Career and Community College Training
This grant, funded by the US Department of Labor, provides funding to support faculty and staff, equipment, supplies, curriculum development, and miscellaneous costs in the Industrial Mechanics and Manufacturing Technology programs on the Richfield Campus.
The I.J. and Jeanne Wagner Foundation provides annual scholarship support for deserving students, preferably from the west side of Salt Lake City or County.
Campus Suicide Prevention Program
The Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant, funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (a division of the Department of Health and Human Services) provides a three-year grant to support Snow College’s suicide prevention efforts.
National Farm Business Management Benchmarking Collaboration
Snow College’s Farm/Ranch Management Program receives these funds, which are administered through North Dakota State University and funded through the US Department of Agriculture. Grant funds help improve farm financial and production data gathering.
Western Center for Risk Management Education (WCRME)
The Farm/Ranch Management Program also receives WCRME funds, which support financial and benchmarking training of beginning farmers and ranchers throughout Central Utah.
This scholarship, funded by the IME Becas program through the Mexican Consulate of Salt Lake City, provides support for Mexican and Mexican-origin students.
StepUP Ready Grant
Funded by the Utah System of Higher Education, this grant program prepares area students for college by introducing the Utah Scholars Initiative and developing a parent initiative for Spanish-speaking families.
USHE Completion Grant
The Utah System of Higher Education is supporting the Snow College Math Department’s expansion of their “I Learn Math” program, which aims to speed up math completion and success.
Job Ready, Willing and Able Grant
Support from the Walmart Foundation is helping Snow College promote and expand its Industrial Technology programs to reach a larger number of students.
Utah Cluster Acceleration Partnership Grants
Funds from the Department of Workforce Services will enable Snow College to introduce its Computer Networking program on the Ephraim campus and develop new courses for the Computer Science program.