Snow College Concurrent Enrollment classes will begin as normal for the Fall 2020
semester. We are requiring high school students to attend the live IVC classes in
their high school’s designated IVC classroom. If the high school has allowed a student
to participate in remote learning full-time, the student is permitted to watch their
IVC classes live from their home. The student will access the live link to the class
via Canvas. A recording will also be avaiable. If the student is watching the recording,
the student must watch the recorder lecture before the next lecture. Live links and
recording will also be avaiable to students who are sent home because of COVID-19
related issues approved by the high school. All students will be required to take proctored tests in-person on their high school
during an agreed-upon time with their professor and high school facilitator.
Face-to-face classes taught by high school teachers for college credit will resume back to the high school classroom for Fall 2020. As with IVC classes, if a student is required to stay home for medical reasons or school closure, accommodations should be made so the student can stay asynchronous with the course being taught in the high school classroom.
If you have questions, please contact the Snow College CE Academic Advisor assigned to your high school. A list can be found at the bottom of this page.
IMPORTANT THIS WEEK:
Rural students can start registering for Spring 2021 courses. Registration will open up for non-rural schools on December 2nd. 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.edu. Watch this video tutorial on how to register for classes!
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 435-262-7320.
The IVC Math tutoring is now online on Canvas. If you're registered for an IVC Math course, you'll be invited to a Canvas Math Tutoring Course.
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.
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 at 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.
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.
For further questions please contact: