The Utah System of Higher Education COVID-19 Higher Education Task Force released a plan today outlining a path for Utah public colleges and universities to resume onsite operations for the fall 2020 semester amid COVID-19 uncertainty.
Colleges and universities in the Utah System of Higher Education are giving nearly $50 million directly to students to help with financial aid, emergency relief, and other supports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Snow College's administration announced plans to celebrate students' graduation during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The college offered an "Alternative Commencement Plans" survey to all graduating students and made its action plan based on feedback received.
Snow College announced today a change to admission procedures. Students will no longer be required to complete the ACT or SAT standardized tests as part of the application process.
Snow College's Manufacturing Technology program, housed on the Richfield campus, has partnered with Sevier County Emergency Medical Officials to help make N95 masks through 3D printers and fibers from carbon composites.
Snow College will postpone or cancel commencement on both the Ephraim and Richfield campus locations. The Emergency Operations Team is exploring options and a final announcement will be made on or before April 1, 2020.
Gov. Gary R. Herbert, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, education stakeholders will discuss recommendations to the Utah System of Higher Education and Utah's public school system.