Students will register for classes through their BadgerWeb account. Follow these steps to register for classes:
Students can track their progress toward a degree by utilizing DegreeWorks. Students can also contact an academic advisor for information regarding courses and degree requirements. Students who submit their graduation application by the following deadlines should receive a pre-audit of their academic progress which will identify what courses may still be needed.
A Degree Worksheet with courses specific to the Early College online program can also be found at this link: www.snow.edu/offices/registrar/aol
A student may attend Snow College prior to high school graduation if he or she:
Any exceptions will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and will require an interview. A student admitted under this option will be admitted for one semester at a time and will be allowed to continue only if he or she earns a semester grade point average of 2.00 (C) or higher.
Charges won’t show up on student accounts until a few weeks before the semester begins. When you receive an invoice for your courses, pay it. Courses will be dropped if we do not receive payment by the due date. If your district has agreed to pay the invoice, please work with them to get the invoice paid. Tuition is due by the 5th day of the semester and can be paid online through the student’s BadgerWeb account or by calling the Cashier’s Office at 435.283.7296.
Concurrent enrollment is designed as dual enrollment - meeting High School requirements and earning college credit. Courses taken through the Early College access Online program may or may not also meet high school requirements. It’s the responsibility of the student to work with their high school to determine if the credit can be accepted by them.
As concurrent enrollment programs are subsidized by the State, only students that attend a public Utah high school are eligible for traditional concurrent enrollment programs at $5 per credit. Additionally, due to state of Utah requirements Snow College is only able to offer a limited number of concurrent enrollment courses and only to public high schools within our six-county service area which includes: Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier and Wayne counties.
Yes. Although some summer courses began on May 10th, there are still several course options that don’t begin until May 31st. Students can register now for those courses.
Admitted students should follow the instructions at this link in order to access their students.snow.edu email.
It’s important to note that all communication between Snow College and students should be through the students.snow.edu email account. If students can’t access this account or don’t check it regularly, important and timely information could be missed – including WAITLIST notifications.