The Spring 2017 IVC schedule is posted. Counselors and/or facilitators should let
their Snow academic advisor or Doug Johnson know as soon as possible which Spring
IVC courses they would like to make available to their students. (Students enrolled
in year-long classes taught face-to-face at their high schools do not need to re-enroll
in those classes for Spring.)
Online registration for Spring classes will open:
Monday, November 7, for students with 30+ earned Snow College credits (“earned” credits
means that a grade has been received),
Monday, November 14, for student with from 0 to 29 earned Snow College credits (this
includes students who have zero earned Snow College credits, but are enrolled in at
least one Snow College course during the current semester), and
Monday, November 28, for students with zero earned credits and not presently enrolled
in a Snow College course.
Spring semester classes begin on Wednesday, January 4.
Students cannot enroll themselves online in a Hybrid section. High school counselors
must submit a Hybrid Class Request Form in order to enroll a student. Students should meet with their counselors to plan
a location and period in their high school schedules in order to watch the lectures
on a regular schedule. Multiple students in the same Hybrid class at a high school
do not need to schedule the same period to watch recordings. Hybrid section assignments
will have the same due dates and times as the live IVC section from which the lecture
The course offerings listed by high school are for Spring 2017 and show the courses each high school has decided it wants to make available to its
students. If your high school is not listed, your high school counselor or IVC facilitator
needs to let Snow College which courses are to be offered at your school. 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.