Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

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Snow College will be offering the following four concurrent enrollment courses during Summer term on IVC:



ENGL  2200  Intro to Literature                       HFST  1500  Human Development

CRN:  3219     Section:  400                                  CRN:  3218     Section:  400

Credit Hours:  3.00                                                    Credit Hours:  3.00

Begins / Ends:  May 31 /  July 28                             Begins / Ends:  May 31 /  July 28

Days:  TWR     Time:  1:00pm - 3:00pm                  Days:  TR     Time:  1:00pm - 3:30pm

Instructor:  David Allred                                            Instructor:  Kim Cragun


HIST  1700  American Civilization**             POLS  1100  American National Gov’t

CRN:  3189     Section:  400                                 CRN:  3220     Section:  400

Credit Hours:  3.00                                                   Credit Hours:  3.00

Begins / Ends:  May 31 /  July 28                            Begins / Ends:  May 31 /  June 30

Days:  MW     Time:  9:30am - 11:55am                  Days:  TWR     Time:  9:00am - 11:30am

Instructor:  Mike Brenchley                                      Instructor:  Brad Young

(**NOTE: This course does not satisfy

high school History graduation requirement.)


Students, you must check with your counselor or facilitator to make sure your school will be offering the class that you want.

High schools must understand that summer term courses are non-contractual concurrent enrollment meaning there will be no payment from the state for these courses.

Please ask the Concurrent Enrollment Academic Advisor assigned to your school if you have any questions.

Registration is open for Summer courses for students currently in their Junior or Sophomore year in high school. Students who have graduated from high school at the time a course begins are not eligible to take concurrent enrollment courses. Students can register for courses online. Register for a class by logging into Badger Web or fill out a paper Add Form and give to your counselor.


Teachers can submit Course Proposal Forms at any time between now and March 1 to teach face-to-face concurrent enrollment classes at their high school. Click on “Instructor Course Proposal Form” to access the online application. Please submit a separate form for each course you propose to teach. On March 7 a list of proposed courses will be sent to each high school's administration and to Snow College departments for approvals. (The online application replaces the Green Sheet proposal forms which we formerly used.) Look at "Course Descriptions" if you have questions about which course(s) you may want to propose.
The last day to drop a Spring course without receiving a "W" on your transcript was Monday, January 25. Between January 26 and Tuesday, March 15, you can drop a course (including year-long courses at your high school) with a "W." After March 15 you will no longer be able to drop a course. The last day for IVC classes is Monday, April 25. Classes taught face-to-face at high schools will meet according to the high school's calendar. 


Free tutoring for Math or Chemistry is available every Friday on IVC. Math tutoring is available from 7:30 to 8:50 a.m. and Chemistry tutoring is available from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. This is open to any high school student -- you do not have to be taking concurrent enrollment courses -- any student, any high school, any level of Math or Chemistry. If you need some help, talk with the IVC facilitator at your school by noon on Thursday to be included in the tutoring session on Friday. Come or go any time during the scheduled tutoring period. 

If you are in a Hybrid IVC course and are having any trouble accessing the lecture recordings on Canvas, contact the Snow College TTC (Training & Technology Center) at (435) 283-7341 or 


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  1. The course offerings listed by high school are for Spring 2016 and are for reference only. It is too late for a student to enroll in a Spring semester course. Offerings by high school for Fall 2016 will be available beginning about  February 23. 

    Course info will be listed here...

  2. Students who are not yet Snow College students but would like to take concurrent enrollment courses in Summer or Fall 2016 can start the process by applying to be a Snow College student.

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Need Assistance? Contact the Academic Advisor for your school.

Mike Daniels
(435) 262-9644
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Landon Peterson
(435) 619-9928
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John Van Orman
(435) 690-9401
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For further questions please contact:

Snow College Concurrent Enrollment
150 College Avenue
Ephraim, UT 84627

Doug Johnson, director
office: (435) 283-7320
cell: (435) 262-7269
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Cathy Beal, IVC  
office: (435) 283-7080
cell:  (435) 851-0461
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Bree Olsen, IVC
office: (435) 283-7381
cell: (435) 262-9661
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Chrissy Ray, registration
office: (435) 283-7142
fax: (435) 283-7149
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