Snow College graduates and employees are expected to benefit from the institution's new partnership with Western Governors University (WGU). The two schools announced an agreement establishing a generous transfer credit policy to Snow College alumni choosing to enroll at WGU.
The Sevier Valley Center (SVC) on the campus of Snow College Richfield has welcomed thousands of patrons and hundreds of participants to events and activities through the 2022 holiday season.
Snow College has partnered with TimelyMD, the leading virtual health and wellbeing solution in higher education, to offer students free and equitable access to mental health and basic needs support through the TimelyCare platform.
Snow College invites the public to participate in one of five public meetings this month to learn more about the presidential search process and share input about Snow's next president. Meeting details are below and at snow.edu/presidentialsearch; participants can also join remotely via Zoom.
Recognizing that student-athletes have very specific academic needs, Snow College recently implemented changes to help them reach their academic potential. Officials met to identify the immediate needs to not only change the academic culture and expectations, but to also support the student-athletes in meeting the new standards.
Snow College has partnered with local industry to create training programs tailored to the needs of today's employers. When students complete this 18-credit program, they leave not only with a certificate in Industrial Mechanics, but also with all the skills they need to fill in-demand jobs at some of the area's biggest employers.
As part of its delegated duties and responsibilities, the Snow College Board of Trustees named a 13-member committee to conduct a national search for the next president of Snow College. The Utah Board of Higher Education named Stacee McIff as interim president of Snow in July 2022, following Bradley J. Cook's announcement of accepting a new position at the American University of Bahrain.
As the nation celebrated International Education Week, the Snow College Center for Global Engagement announced record enrollment numbers. With 293 international students representing 48 countries around the globe, the school is pleased at the rich diversity and culture these students bring to campus.
Snow College's Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics teamed up with the Manti Public Library, the Gail S. Halvorsen Foundation, the Civil Air Patrol, the Utah STEM Action Center, with funding from the Utah NASA Space Grant to hold the first ever Sanpete STEM fest. The event focused on giving rural students the opportunity to experience earth and space with connections to science and technology.