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If you are a Snow College Concurrent Enrollment senior planning to be a New Freshman at Snow after graduation, you can take advantage of BADGERTRACKS. The advantages of participating in the BadgerTracks program are:

  1. You do not need to pay an application fee.
  2. You will still be able to take classes as concurrent enrollment until you have graduated high school.
  3. Since you are already a Snow College student, you do not need to reapply. Just answer three quick questions to let Snow know your plans, even if you plan to defer your enrollment up to two years.
  4. You will be able to enroll in on-campus classes at the same time as returning students.
  5. You may be eligible for Concurrent Enrollment scholarships.

You can also track your progress toward your academic goal by using DegreeWorks. Log into BadgerWeb and look for DegreeWorks in the Student tab.

BADGERTRACKS Scholarship Requirements: 

1

Students who have completed at least 12 credit hours of Snow College Concurrent Enrollment work by the time they graduate with a 3.0 GPA or higher in their Snow courses may benefit from receiving a $500 per semester  scholarship (approximately one-third of a semester's tuition). No application is needed for this scholarship to qualify as long as you meet the requirements and funding is available;
   

2

Students must retain a 3.0 GPA to continue to receive the waiver throughout their experience at Snow College, as long as they are making steady progress and taking a full course load (minimum 15 credits per semester);

   

3

Students who have taken a mix of IVC Concurrent Enrollment from Snow College and Snow sponsored face-to-face courses, including on the Richfield or Ephraim campus, would be eligible for the waiver as well.

   
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To sign-up for the BadgerTracks Program, Seniors will need to sign-in with your Snow College Username and Password.

If you don't remember your Snow College username - click HERE

If you need to reset your Snow College password - click HERE

Deferments: A college deferment or leave of absence may hold your scholarship up to five semesters/32 months. Acceptable reasons to defer your scholarship and admission status include, but are not limited to: an illness or accident preventing enrollment, military service or church service. You must submit an online form which is found at Deferment Application. For medical withdrawal information, please contact our ADA office at (435) 283-7321.