Registration for spring courses opens on Monday, November 12, for rural schools and
on Monday, November 26, for non-rural schools. Remember that ENGL 2010 and PE 1096
are available only to seniors who are on track to complete a General Education Certificate
or Associate Degree next semester.Courses available at each school - both IVC and
face-to-face courses - are shown on the dropdown menu contained lower on this page
in Item #2 in the "Get Started" section below.
Counselors or facilitators should let Doug Johnson or their school's concurrent enrollment
academic advisor know which IVC courses they plan to receive and make available to
their students. This will allow the offered courses to be displayed on the school's
drop down menu .
Students, remember that if you still have not paid your fall tuition fees, you will
not be able to enroll in spring classes. Check in Badger Web or with your counselor
to find out if you still owe for tuition.
Alias numbers needed for Spring IVC classes
Facilitators, please remember that Cathy Beal needs a list of the classroom Alias number in which
you plan to receive each Spring IVC class. She will be building the schedule at the
end of November and can only add a classroom to the broadcast if she know the room
Spring IVC Textbooks
The textbooks for spring IVC classes are listed here. Most books are available to rent, or as eBooks, and students may be able to save
money by searching on the internet for the best deals.
Snow College's Thanksgiving Break will be held on Wed, Thurs, Friday, November 21
- 23. IVC classes will not be held on those days. If you attend a face-to-face class
at your high school, those classes will be held according to the high school's schedule.
Check with your instructor if you have any questions.
Free Math Tutor on IVC every Friday
Any student needing free help in Math is invited to join in the Math Tutor session which
is broadcast live and interactive every Friday morning from 7:30 to 8:50 a.m. for
the rest of the semester. Students can join in or leave any time during the broadcast
to ask for help on any Math course, any grade level. Whether you are taking freshman
math at your high school, or Calculus through UVU or Snow, you are welcome to seek
help. Let your IVC facilitator know by Thursday at noon that you want to attend Friday
morning so that your school can be included to receive the broadcast. Please note: if students need help in Statistics, please let us know that when you
ask to be included in that week's broadcast so we can make sure to have a tutor who
is competent in Stats.
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 this spring. Check for details.
High school counselors and/or facilitators should let Snow College know which IVC
classes their school would like to offer its students for Fall semester. Those classes
will be listed in the dropdown menu below for each school as they are reported to
Snow College. Class starting times are not listed for face-to-face courses; students
should check their high school's schedule for face-to-face class days and times. Class
times (days of the week and start/end times) are listed for IVC classes.
Students should write down the four-digit CRN of the course(s) they would like to
take and use the CRN(s) to enroll in each course online in Badger Web. If your school
is not listed, that means Snow College has not yet received a list of classes your
school intends to offer during Spring semester.