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Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force’s Recommendations

Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force’s Recommendations

Snow College Responds to the Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force’s Recommendation for Higher Education

Governor Announces Higher Ed/COVID-19 Press Conference

Governor Announces Higher Ed/COVID-19 Press Conference

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.

Snow College's Horne Activity Center to Temporarily Close

Snow College's Horne Activity Center to Temporarily Close

Snow College announces the upcoming, temporary closure of the Horne Activity Center, located at 350 East Center Street in Ephraim.

Utah Students Left Millions In Unclaimed Financial Aid

Utah Students Left Millions In Unclaimed Financial Aid

According to a recent report from the Education Strategy Group, Utah students left over $55 million in unclaimed federal financial aid on the table in 2018-19 and only about 35.5% of Utah high school seniors completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid that same year.

Snow College Ranked #1 in the Nation

Snow College Ranked #1 in the Nation

Snow College is ranked #1 in the nation for student success, according to an unsolicited report by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Snow College Inaugurates New President

Snow College Inaugurates New President

Bradley J. Cook inaugurated as 17th president of Snow College

Aspen Institute Names Snow College Top 150 Community College

Aspen Institute Names Snow College Top 150 Community College

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today named Snow College as one of 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence...

Snow College Officially Welcomes 17th President

Snow College Officially Welcomes 17th President

On November 7, 2019, Snow College will formally welcome President Bradley J. Cook as the 17th President during an investiture ceremony.

Snow College Third Week Enrollment Report

Snow College Third Week Enrollment Report

Snow College enrollment shows increased numbers in specific areas: Concurrent Enrollment, Under-Represented, Minority, and First-Generation Students are on the Rise

Snow College Football Powers On As An Independent

Snow College Football Powers On As An Independent

"Snow College football is far too important to this community and this school to let die," says Snow athletic director Robert Nielson