Due to COVID-19 on-campus housing tours have temporarily been cancelled. However, we are now providing weekly housing Q&A sessions followed by a virtual housing tour. These sessions are held every Friday at 10:00 a.m. MDT.
To sign up for this WebEx session, just select On-Campus Housing Information Session.
We invite you to explore our Residence Life website to learn more about living options on-campus at Snow College. If you are planning to visit our beautiful campus, we offer daily tours Monday - Friday at 11:30am & 3:30pm to help you gain a better feel for Residence Life.
Snow College also provides an off-campus housing list as a service to students.
The purpose of financial aid is to assist students in paying for their education. It is a need-based program, and eligibility is determined by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Federal Student aid includes grants, work-study jobs, and loans. Please visit our website.
Over 70% of Snow College students receive financial assistance either through a scholarship, financial aid, or both. We offer a wide range of scholarship opportunities for everyone. Please visit our website.
Priority Scholarship Deadline is March 1
After completing the freshman questionnaire, new freshman will be registered for their classes by their academic advisor.
Please visit the advisement website for more information.
Snow College offers convenient electronic payment methods and payment plans to assist you in funding your educational experience. Please visit our website.
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