Monday, March 25, is the last day to drop a class. This includes ALL classes: spring
semester classes and year-long classes taught at your high school. After Monday, you
cannot drop a class.
Fall registration for rural schools begins Monday, March 25.
Student Participation and Parental Permission Form
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.
Fall IVC Schedule
March 8 -- The schedule for FREN 1010 (Elementary French I) has been changed for fall. It will be taught MTWR 0930-1035. So, instead of 50 minutes per day 5 days per week, it will be taught 65 minutes
per day 4 days per week.
March 6 -- A new class has been added to the Fall 2019 IVC schedule. HFST 1750 (Intro to Interior Design) will be offered on TR 1230-1345. The course satisfies the Fine Arts general education requirement.
The Fall 2019 IVC schedule is available. Fall registration will open for rural schools on Monday, March 25.
Registration for non-rural schools will open two weeks later on Monday, April 8. When
schools have decided which classes they want to receive and offer to their students,
they should email a list of the classes with CRN's to Doug Johnson.
Summer IVC Classes
Snow College will be broadcasting four courses as concurrent enrollment this summer
on IVC. 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 3 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 outside of class each week
for every hour spent in class. The planned courses are:
CourseTitleCredInstructor DaysTimesGrades ENGL 1010 Expository Comp 3 Stephen Weller TWR 9:00 to 10:30
12 only^ HFST 1500 Human Development 3 Kim Cragun TR 1:00 to 3:30
11, 12 MATH 1050 College Algebra 4 Mike Snyder MTWR 10:00 to 12:00
9,10,11,12* POLS 1100 Amer National Gov't 3 Scott Jackson TR 8:00 to 10:15
11,12# NOTES: ^ENGL 1010 - Students must have an English ACT score of at least 17.
* MATH 1050 - Students must have a Math ACT score of at least 23.
# POLS 1100 - Students must be at least 15 years old by June 3.
Tuesday, January 29, was the last day to drop a Spring class without receiving a "W"
on your transcript. Students can drop a class with a 'W' between now and March 25
by talking with their instructor, counselor, facilitator or academic advisor, or by
turning in a paper drop form to their counselor, or by emailing or calling Chrissy Ray in the Registration Office.
See her contact information near the bottom of this page. Monday, March 25 is also
the last day to drop a year-long class taught face-to-face at your high school.
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.
Snow College Spring Break will be Monday, March 18 through Friday, March 22. There
will be no IVC classes that week. Face-to-face classes taught at high schools will
follow the high school's schedule for that week. Please note that the Monday following
Spring Break -- March 25 -- is the last day to drop a class, and it will also be the
first day for students at rural schools to enroll in fall classes.
Important dates for the academic year can be seen here.
ALEKS Placemet Exams closed for Spring enrollment
The last day to complete the ALEKS Exam to place into spring Math classes was Friday,
January 11. There will be no ALEKS testing from January 12 through January 31 when
it will then be opened to place into Fall 2019 classes.
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 (including Statistics), any grade level. Whether
you are taking freshman math, Calculus or anything in between, 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.
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 Fall 2019 semester.