IMPORTANT THIS WEEK:
Registration for spring 2020 classes will open on Wednesday, November 20, for students at rural schools, and two weeks later, Wednesday, December 4, for students at non-rural schools. The spring IVC class schedule will be posted on this site by October 24.
Snow College must receive a completed “Student Participation and Parental Permission Form” every year for each concurrent enrollment student. While together, a student and parent/guardian should complete and sign an online Participation and Permission form as they must both sign the form before it is submitted. Please complete and submit a form if you plan to take any Snow College concurrent enrollment classes during the 2019-20 school year. Students who are taking any classes this fall and have not submitted a Parental Permission Form have an academic hold and will not be able to register for spring classes until their form has been submitted.
Enrollment in fall classes should be complete. If face-to-face teachers have any problems with their class rolls, they should contact Chrissy Ray for help.
Remember that dropping a class must be done with both your high school counselor and with your Snow College advisor since you are earning credit on your transcript at both schools. You can drop a class between now and October 29, but you will receive a "W" (Withdrawal) on your transcript which will not affect your GPA. You can drop a class with a paper drop form or by contacting Chrissy Ray or your academic advisor. There is no fee to drop a concurrent enrollment class.
Free Math tutoring became available over IVC beginning Friday, September 6, from 7:30 to 8:50 a.m. Any student taking any level of Math is welcome. Students can come and go anytime between 7:30 and 8:50 to get help -- you do not need to be there at the beginning or stay until the end. If you need help in ANY Math class, let your school's IVC facilitator know by noon on Thursday so that your school will be connected on Friday morning. Any student, any level of Math, never a cost. Counselors, Teachers and Facilitators, you can print out a poster about the tutoring to put on your bulletin board.
If you are having trouble with getting a writing assignment the way you want it, try Snow College's Online Writing Lab. There is no cost, and any student who uses Snow's Canvas system can ask for help. For information, click here.
Textbooks required for IVC classes can be found on the website. Textbooks for classes taught face-to-face at your high school may be different. Please note that Online Access fees are required for BUS 1210, HFST 1020 and MATH 1050.
If you observe any technical difficulties while receiving IVC courses from Snow College, please do not hesitate to contact us right away. Bree Olsen and her team can fix just about anything and are happy to adjust our technology as needed. We strive to provide a high-quality learning environment for our students and want to know if technology hiccups occur. So please don’t hesitate to reach out to Bree (435-262-9661) as soon as something doesn’t look or sound right on the technology end.
Important dates for the 2019-20 academic year can be seen here.
Seniors taking concurrent enrollment through Snow College who want to become Badger freshmen following high school graduation should check out the features of Badger Tracks. Besides a much simplified process to change from being a Concurrent Enrollment student to being a Freshman, students can also easily Track their academic progress and earn a Snow College Concurrent Enrollment Scholarship. Seniors can change their status to incoming freshman in the fall and still sign up for concurrent enrollment classes for spring semester. Check for details.
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Need Assistance? Contact the Academic Advisor for your school.
For further questions please contact:
Snow College Concurrent Enrollment
150 College Avenue
Ephraim, UT 84627