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.
The Snow College Ethics Bowl team recently traveled to Colorado Springs, Colorado to compete in the Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl. The event, which took place on the campus of the University of Colorado, hosted 14 teams from 11 different colleges and universities. Despite being the only two-year college in attendance, Snow's team prevailed.
The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Accreditation Commission has granted Snow College's Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC) program accreditation, making Snow the first school in the state to be accredited to teach in this modality, and the only school in the nation to offer an accredited, fully IVC program to high school students.
As high schools across the state wrap up Utah College Application Week (UCAW), Snow College recruiters and ambassadors reflect on another successful recruiting tour. The goal of UCAW is to provide every high school senior in Utah the opportunity to complete at least one college or university application.
Snow College hosted over 2,200 students from 79 different high schools across the state of Utah in its annual Future Farmers of America (FFA) Field Day event. In this annual event, students compete in 11 areas relating to agriculture.
Snow College reports a total headcount enrollment of 5,997 students. These numbers were verified and released today by the Utah System of Higher Education.
Snow College is pleased to announce the schedule for its annual Homecoming festivities. The theme, "Small Town Nights Under the Stadium Lights," was chosen by the student body officers and is fitting for this annual nostalgic event.
Snow College was selected to receive $2.4 million in grant funding by the Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The funding will be used to construct the Innovative Agricultural Building, which will support agricultural workforce training and entrepreneurship in central Utah.
Longtime Snow College faculty member Jay Olsen has accepted the position of Interim Vice President for Technical Education while Stacee McIff serves as the school's Interim President.