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Summer 2020 Classes

The Summer 2020 CE classes will be taught live on Canvas Big Blue Button using the Conferences link on the left hand side of the class page.  Classes start June 1st and end July 31. 

If you need help please use the Big Blue Button Tech Support Hotline by calling 435-283-7474.

Summer 2020 Term Drop Deadlines
     - June 10  Last day to drop a course without a "W".
     - July 06  Final day to drop Summer Term classes.

COVID-19 Pass/Fail Grade Change Available to Concurrent Enrollment Students

With the stress of the Covid-19 outbreak and the related transition to remote learning and online courses, we are offering a pass/fail (P/F) option for students who are currently enrolled in courses, i.e. Spring Semester, Full-year F2F courses. Each of professors will be submitting traditional letter grades at the end of this semester. When you receive the grades for your courses, you may choose to convert a letter grade to a P/F option.

A Pass grade will not affect your GPA, but a Fail grade will be computed as an F. This bit.ly/snowpassfail will take you to a form if you are interested in changing a letter grade to a P/F grade. You may change as many grades to P/F for this semester as you wish. Please read the form as it has important information that you should know about converting grades to P/F. Converting your passing letter grade to a "P" will have lasting impacts on your higher ed experience. Please note, you cannot submit this form until after your professor submits your grades. This form must be submitted before June 7. Please email the form to chrissy.ray@snow.edu.

The form can also be accessed by going to: bit.ly/snowpassfail

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Concurrent Enrollment Action Plan:
  1. For the remaining Spring 2020 semester, students will watch their courses live on Canvas using the blue "Conferences" link on the left-hand side of the Canvas course. Students will log into Canvas. Go into the course’s page, and click on the “Conferences” link. The student will find the live broadcast under the New Conferences section. Recordings will be made available 3 hours after the class has completed in the Completed Conferences section. Recordings and notes from the live lectures will be available for 14 days after the initial recording date. Students are expected to watch the course live, during its normally scheduled time. If the student can't view the class live, the student is expected to watch the recording before the next lecture.

  2. Big Blue Button Tech Support Hotline: 435-283-7474.

  3. Face-to-Face classes taught at the high school by a high school teacher, will resume as instructed by the high school's administration. If high school classes are put online, Face-to-Face classes will follow suit.

    We want to limit the disruption for students as much as possible. This will continue through the end of the Spring semester. CTE classes will be handled the same. Creativity will likely be necessary to complete the CTE labs.

    There will likely be an option for a Concurrent Enrollment student to elect to take a Pass/Fail grade within the guidelines established by Snow College. Through the end of the semester, students will be asked to use online proctoring software for text and quizzes. If the student is not able to access the online software, they will be asked to go into their high school and take the test with a proctor there. If that is not an option, please reach out to your professor to arrange another method to take your test.

    If you have any questions or concerns about Concurrent Enrollment, please contact Snow College Concurrent Enrollment Director Mike Daniels at 435-283-7320.

IMPORTANT THIS WEEK:

Fall 2020 Registration Dates

Rural students can start registering for Fall 2020 courses. Registration will open up for non-rural schools on April 28th.  Please meet with your Concurrent Enrollment Academic Advisor to decide what classes you should take! To view classes offered at your high school, go to myce.snow.eduWatch this video tutorial on how to register for classes!

Fall 2020 IVC Schedule Released

Students can view the IVC classes offered at their high school by going to myce.snow.edu.  At the bottom is a list of high schools and the classes offered.  Rural students can start registering on April 14th. Registration will open up for non-rural schools on April 28th.  Please meet with your Concurrent Enrollment Academic Advisor to decide what classes you should take!  We are planning on traditional IVC classes delivered into the high school IVC classrooms.  We are planning to broadcast classes on Canvas Big Blue Button in the Fall. 

Summer Live Classes on Canvas Schedule Released

Snow College will be broadcasting four courses as concurrent enrollment this summer on Canvas over Big Blue Button. Students must confirm that their school plans to receive a class in which they would like to enroll, or make arrangements to participate at another location. The courses will begin on June 1 and continue through July 31. Please note that each course, which would normally be taught over a four-month semester, will be taught at twice the normal pace and be completed in two months. As always, students should be prepared to spend at least two hours each week outside of class for every hour spent in class. The planned courses are:

The following are the summer Concurrent Enrollment courses offered over Big Blue Button to high school students.  Please note, in order for a student to take English, the student must have an ACT English score of 17 and be entering their senior year in high school.  Students should register as normal. The Summer semester begins on June 1st and ends on July 31st. Students will need to plan to attend each class throughout the Summer. Registration is open.  Student start registering now!

     CRN    Course                        Title                                            Crd         Professor                Days     Times                          Start Date      End Date         Grades
     3085   ENGL 1010-400      Expository Composition E1     3          Stephen Weller      TWR    9:00am - 10:30am    6/1/2020      7/31/2020      12 only^ 
     3158    COMM 2110-400    Interpersonal Comm OC        3          John Van Orman   TWR    9:00am - 10:45am    6/1/2020      7/31/2020      11, 12
     3090   POLS 1100-400      American National Gov't AI     3          William Jackson     TR        8:00am - 10:15am    6/1/2020      7/31/2020      11, 12
     3141    PSY 1010-400         General Psychology SS            3          Nick Marsing          TR        1:00pm - 3:30pm     6/1/2020      7/31/2020       11, 12

NOTES:  ^ Students must have an English ACT score of at least 17.

MyCE is Live

Students, instructors, counselors and facilitators can now access the information they need regarding Snow College concurrent enrollment by activating their accounts in MyCE. The system utilizes the same login credentials as do Badger Web and Canvas. Instructors can view and print out their own class rolls in MyCE. If you have any problems or questions, call Mike Daniels at 435-262-7007.

IVC Math Tutor on Friday morning

The free IVC Math tutoring is taking time off during Christmas break. Tutoring sessions will resume for spring semester on Friday, January 17, 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.

Online Writing Lab

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.

IVC Issues

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

Important dates for the 2019-20 academic year can be seen here.

Badger Tracks
Badger Tracks

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

Get Started 

  1. You can see the classes which are offered at your school during spring semester on the MyCE main page. Near the bottom of the page, students can select their school to view classes being offered. Students should write down the four-digit CRN of the course(s) they would like to take and then enroll in each course online in Badger Web.
  2. High school counselors and/or facilitators should log into MyCE to choose which IVC classes their school would like to offer its students during spring semester. Those selections, along with any classes being taught Face-to-Face at the high school, will be listed in MyCE for the school.
  3. Class times (days of the week and start/end times) will be listed for IVC classes.
  4. Class starting times are not listed for Face-to-Face courses; students should check their high school's schedule for these class days and times.

If you are not yet a Snow College student, but would like to take concurrent enrollment courses, you can start the process by applying to be a Snow College student.

Need Assistance? Contact the Academic Advisor for your school.

Petra Brittner
(512) 525-9285
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  • American Heritage
  • Bingham
  • Copper Hills
  • Dugway
  • East Hollywood
  • Grantsville
  • Herriman
  • Itineris
  • Lumen Scholars
  • Manila
  • Merit Academy
  • Mt. Heights Academy
  • Mountain Ridge
  • My Tech High
  • North Summit
  • Real Salt Lake Academy
  • Rich
  • Salem Hills
  • Silver Summit Academy
  • Skyridge
  • South Summit
  • Stansbury
  • Terra Academy
  • Tooele
  • Utah Military Academy
  • Utah Virtual Academy
  • Vanguard Academy
  • Wasatch
  • Weber Innovation
  • Wendover
  • West Jordan

Bree Daniels
(435) 851-9253
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  • Athenian eAcademy: Delta, Ephraim, Nephi and Vernal
  • Carbon
  • Delta
  • Desert Hills
  • Dixie
  • EskDale
  • Juab
  • Lighthouse
  • Manti
  • Millard
  • North Sanpete
  • Pine View
  • Tintic
  • Virgin Valley
  • West Desert

Christi Orme
(435) 5314162
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  • Athenian eAcademy: Richfield
  • Beaver
  • Bryce Valley
  • Cedar City
  • Cedar Ridge
  • Emery
  • Escalante
  • Gunnsion
  • Kanab
  • Lake Powell School
  • Milford
  • North Sevier
  • Panguitch
  • Piute
  • Richfield
  • South Sevier
  • Valley
  • Wayne

For further questions please contact:

Mike Daniels, Director
office: (435) 283-7320
cell: (435) 851-5484 
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Cathy Beal, IVC  
office: (435) 283-7080
cell:  (435) 851-0461
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Bree Olsen Nielson, IVC
office: (435) 283-7381
cell: (435) 262-9661
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Chrissy Ray, Registration
office: (435) 283-7142
fax: (435) 283-7149
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Zach Wall, IVC
cell: (801) 889-7151
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