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About International

Mission Statement: The Center for Global Engagement works collaboratively with faculty, student groups, and departments throughout Snow College to provide and support meaningful global activities, discussions, projects, and opportunities for the Snow College community. At Snow College, international students enjoy our small class sizes, a beautiful, safe campus, and excellent teachers.

International students are not required to submit SAT or ACT results for admission.

Both exams are not required for admission. However, students without an English Language proficiency test score will have to take our ESL placement test when they arrive.

Yes, we do accept Duolingo. The minimum score is 95.

To get more information about our academic programs, please visit our academic program page.

Yes, we offer scholarships to our international students. Please apply using our International Student Scholarship Application. If you are interested in applying for other scholarships as well, you can check out Snow College's scholarship page.

Yes, according to U.S. law, international students can work on-campus up to 20 hours per week.

No, we do not require immunization record. However, you are required to show proof of BCG vaccination or you will have to do a TB test when you arrive.

Yes, health insurance is required.

Yes, it is mandatory to attend the international Student Orientation.

You can chat and meet with international students through our Unibuddy Ambassadors program. To talk with one of our ambassadors, please visit the link to Unibuddy.

Yes, Snow College Housing and Residence life offers good quality housing options. You can explore your housing option by visiting our housing page.

Yes, airport pick-up service is available each semester.

Students can pay online through BadgerWeb (student portal). There is an option to pay the full balance, or to sign up for a monthly payment plan through NelNet.

If you are in academic classes, you will register with your Academic Advisor. If you are admitted into our ESL program, you will take our English Placement exam and an ESL faculty member will help you register for classes.

Questions for admitted or current students

  1. Go to https://badgerweb.snow.eduand click LOGIN
  2. You will then see a series of grey tabs at the top of your page. Click on the Financial Aid tab.
  3. Click on the ‘Award’ link.
  4. Click on the ‘Award for Aid Year’ link, and then choose the applicable academic year. Once you have done that, hit the submit button.
  5. Choose the ‘Accept Award Offer’ tab in grey. If that tab is not appearing in grey, you may need to first accept the terms and conditions by clicking the ‘Terms and Conditions’ tab.
  6. Finally, on the ‘Accept Award Offer’ page, you will see a listing of your scholarships that you can either accept or decline.
  7. If you have questions: Call Leticia Corona at 435.283.7150 or email

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