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Students are Recognized Despite Cancelled Ceremonies

Snow College will recognize its 1,217 graduates in nontraditional ways this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As previously announced, graduates will receive a virtual message this weekend and a care package later this month. Anyone interested in celebrating face-to-face has been invited to attend a Class of 2020 event during Homecoming and also the May 2021 ceremony.

Class valedictorians are Eva Marble and Alexander Stewart. Marble, a Tooele High School graduate, is completing her Bachelor Degree in Commercial Music, and Stewart, a graduate of Gunnison High School, is finishing his Associate Degree with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Alan Hall, Kristen Cox, and Francis Gibson, all of whom were invited to speak to the graduates and/or receive honorary degrees, will be recognized at future college events.

Detailed demographics about the graduating class can be found here.


Snow College, founded in 1888 by Utah pioneers, is a two-year college with campuses located in Ephraim and Richfield, Utah. Serving more than 5,000 students, the college has been nationally recognized for its student success rates, affordable cost-for-value, involvement opportunities, and exceptional teaching. Learn more about all Snow College has to offer online at