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Alumni Scholarships

Dear Fellow Badgers:

Greetings from the Snow College Alumni Association Board. As a board, our goal is to reconnect alumni and assist the College as it provides an outstanding, one-of-a-kind educational experience for its students. The Alumni Association Board has established an Alumni Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships for deserving Snow College students annually. The scholarships will be awarded to students in need who demonstrate academic excellence, character, and commitment.

In 2013, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Snow College, we set a $125,000 goal for the endowment fund. This amount will allow us to fund two scholarships a year from the interest accrued. Once this scholarship is fully funded, Snow College students will benefit every year for generations to come. Since Snow College has a rich heritage of generational alumni, we are making a special appeal to alumni families. If we can get just 125 families, groups, or individuals to give a gift or pledge of $1,000, we can easily achieve our goal!

Donations to the scholarship fund of $1,000 or more will be recognized on a special commemorative plaque that is located on our recognition wall in the beautiful Karen H. Huntsman Library. This plaque will list the names of the first 125 families, groups, or individuals who make this legacy commitment.

You can help impact generations to come -- one student at a time --  by making a contribution today. Every gift, regardless of the amount, is needed and greatly appreciated. You can be assured that your gift to the Alumni Scholarship Fund will go directly to help deserving students receive that firm foundation to their future success.

The Snow College Alumni Association Board invites you to join with us in supporting the Alumni Scholarship Fund. Please remember that no amount is too small, and every gift makes a difference. Thank you for your continued support of Snow College and its incredible students. Give today and start making a difference in a truly profound way!

Snow College Alumni Association Board

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2021 Alumni Scholarship Recipients:


Sarah Goodman

 Sarah Goodman will enter Snow College in the fall of 2021 as a fourth generation Badger, following in the footsteps of her mother, grandfather, and great-grandfather who attended Snow College nearly a century ago. Sarah was born in Provo, Utah and spent the past 18 years in the mountain town of Flagstaff, Arizona. Sarah has been twirling baton for 11 years, both for fun and competitively. She is a State and Regional Champion in various baton events, placed in the top 10 at United States Twirling Association's National Competition, and won 3 gold medals at the Arizona Baton Junior Olympics. As part of the Cinderella Scholarship Program, Sarah won the Teen Division of the local Northern Arizona Cinderella Preliminary and placed top-ten at the Arizona State Cinderella. Sarah is very involved in her school community as the Founder and Captain of her high school baton team and Vice President of the National Honor Society (NHS) local chapter. She also led efforts advocating student mental health and, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to return to in-person education. Sarah is involved in her high school's choral and guitar programs, and performed in the Arizona Northwest Regional Choir. At Snow College, Sarah will study music and psychology in order to become a music therapist. 



Caroline Stewart

Caroline Stewart is the daughter of Romney & Kristin Stewart. Caroline comes from a proud family of Snow Badgers, with her father, uncle, and grandmother all graduating from Snow College. Caroline is currently a senior at Springville High School in Springville, Utah where she is a member of the varsity swim and track team and is active in the school's veterinary science program. Prior to moving to Utah in May 2020, she was a member of the track team and marching band at Dexter High School in Dexter, Michigan. She is planning to study veterinarian science and be active in several campus organizations and activities. Caroline's passion for the outdoors and animals has led her to work as a volunteer at the Ann Arbor (MI) Humane Society and South Utah Valley (UT) Humane Society.

The Snow College Alumni Scholarship is awarded annually. To apply for future awards, visit this link.