The Spring 2018 IVC class schedule is available. Registration for Spring classes will be open for students at rural
schools on Monday, November 13, and on Monday, November 27, for all schools. Schools
should let Doug Johnson know as early as possible which classes they want to receive
and make available to their students. These will be listed lower on this page on each
school’s dropdown menu along with any Spring face-to-face classes being taught at
Paying Fall Tuition
If you still owe tuition for concurrent enrollment courses you are taking now or took
last year ($5 per credit hour) you have a financial hold on your account meaning you
will not be able to register for Spring classes. You can see how much you owe and
you can pay your fees online in Badger Web by clicking on the "Student" tab and then selecting "Student Records." Once you bring
your balance owed to zero, please let your counselor or Snow academic advisor know
so they can ask the college's business department to remove the hold -- it does not
get removed automatically. Counselors at schools participating in concurrent enrollment
courses receive an enrollment listing every Monday morning which shows students’ account
New IVC/Online Courses for Spring
Two new elective courses are being debuted this Spring:
DMT 1930/2930 Leadership & Professional Development 1and 2 (one credit hour each) will be taught on IVC on MW from 9:30 to 10:20 a.m. Leadership
Course 1 will be taught from January 3 through February 23 (one credit hour), then
Leadership Course 2 will be taught from February 26 through April 27 (a second credit
hour). Students can complete both courses in one semester. These courses fulfill the
Human Relations requirement for many of the Career and Technical Education programs
and provide students with employability skills which will better prepare them for
future career success in any field. These courses earn students high school credit
as Leadership CE.
GEO 1700 Fundamentals GPS/GIS Navigation (3 credit hours) will be taught as an online course. This course will teach basic
navigational concepts so that students can focus on learning how to use the GIS software
better in future classes. It earns students high school credit as Introduction to
Geographical Information Systems CE.
Last Day to Drop a Fall Course is October 31
The final course drop date for fall classes is quickly approaching. Students must
let both Snow College and their high school know that they are dropping a course since
they are enrolled at both schools. Students can drop a course between now and October
31 receiving a W (Withdrawal) on their transcripts. Courses cannot be dropped after
October 31. Tuition refunds will not be given for classes which were dropped after
September 12. Students can withdraw from a class by submitting a paper Drop Form.
Free Math Tutoring Every Friday
Need help in your Math class? Snow College holds a free tutoring session live and
interactive over IVC every Friday morning from 7:30 to 8:50 a.m. Students in any Math
class are welcome -- it does not need to be a Snow College class, and any level of
Math student is welcome. If you need help, ask your school’s IVC facilitator to make
sure your classroom will be connected on Friday.
Many questions can be answered, or resources found, with the links to the right on
this page. Check there first if you have a problem and need help.
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 semester.