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Administrative Services

Office of Advancement
Campus Services
Auxiliary Services
Office of Marketing & Communication
Office of Information Technology
Teaching & Technology Center (TTC)


Office of Advancement

Director of Advancement: Janie Harris
Advancement Administrative Assistant: Yisel Jimenez
Grants Officer: Emily Ross
Phone: (435) 283-7060
Emails: ude.wons@gnivig or ude.wons@inmula

Mission and Purpose

The mission of the Snow College Office of Advancement is to operate exclusively for educational purposes to assist the College in developing programs, services, and facilities, and to provide educational opportunities to its students, staff, faculty, and the residents of the local area served through gifts, grants, and donations.

The Office of Advancement’s overall goals are to:

  • Establish annual and long-term financial goals for institutional advancement.
  • Administer an organized program for obtaining gift support from alumni, friends, faculty, staff, corporations, organizations, and private foundations to raise funds for scholarships, facilities and equipment, faculty, and curriculum development.
  • Serve as a prudent and effective steward of annual, endowment and capital gifts donated to the College through data management and gift processing policies and procedures that ensure integrity and efficiency.

The purposes of the Office of Advancement are, in the broadest sense:

  • To create awareness within the private sector of the financial needs of Snow College that are not met by state or federal support. These include the resources necessary to maintain vital existing programs as well as funds needed to enhance the College, furthering academic and institutional excellence.
  • To implement a plan for meeting these needs through private gifts and support.
  • To provide a vehicle for active alumni engagement and participation.
  • To encourage and facilitate the active submission of grant requests by members of the staff and faculty, to keep record of those activities, and to comply with all required reporting regulations for grant writing activity.

Advancement Office Services

Coordination of Fundraising Activities

The Snow College Foundation and Advancement Office administer the College’s fundraising activities and accept and manage all gifts. The Advancement Office shall have the authority through the College president to approve all fundraising activities undertaken by and on behalf of the College. The Advancement Office manages the Snow College Foundation, a private, nonprofit Utah corporation, through a Memorandum of Understanding with the College.

It is the responsibility of the Office of Advancement, in consultation with the president, to serve as the coordinator for all types of institutional fundraising programs and for all solicitation of funds from alumni, private individuals, foundations, businesses, corporations and organizations. Solicitation of gifts or grants made by anyone for the benefit of Snow College, or any agency or organizational unit thereof, shall require the prior coordination with the Office of Advancement.

Coordination of Grant Activities

The Office of Advancement provides support for grant activities for all divisions of the College, including applications to state, federal, and private sources. Accordingly, the Office of Advancement shall be informed of all grant proposals contemplated by College personnel. The expertise of our staff members can help interested faculty and staff members successfully navigate the intricacies of the grants process.

Coordination of Alumni Activities

The Office of Advancement manages and coordinates alumni activity and provides support to the Snow College Alumni Association. The mission of the Alumni Association is to maintain an active presence on the Snow College campus, communicate campus events to alumni members, recognize distinguished alumni, and serve as a fundraising advocate for the College. 

For assistance with your fundraising, grants, or alumni related questions, contact the Advancement Office at 435-283-7060. For more information regarding fundraising guidelines and policies at Snow College, please refer to the Advancement Office Policies and Procedures (Section 17.0 of the Snow College Personnel Policies) at

Campus Services

Director: Leslee Cook
Custodial Manager: Ken Fontaine
Grounds Manager: Matt Green
Mechanical Maintenance Manager: Brian Howarth
Trades Manager: Dave Beck
Office Manager: Tracy Madsen
Physical Plant Facilities
(435) 283-7221

Enterprises at Snow College comprising the facilities and auxiliary services organization include Food Services, Campus Stores, Central Services, Mechanical Maintenance and Custodial Services.

Food Service

Food services are provided in the Greenwood Student Center offering a wide variety of menu items. All entrees: salads, desserts, breads, deli, grilled sandwiches, hamburgers, omelets, beverages and juices are available and individually priced. It is a personal approach because the consumer, choose what, where, when, and how much they eat and how much they want to spend each day.

Snow College Campus Store 

The Snow College Campus Store is located in the Greenwood Student Center. It offers a full range of merchandise to meet both the academic and personal needs of students.

Central Services 

Central Services includes a team of skilled individuals who are counted on to keeping our grounds looking nice for everyone to enjoy. Also includes general maintenance and recycling.

Mechanical Maintenance 

Mechanical Maintenance is a group of skilled employees who work year round with HVAC plumbing and Electrical needs.

Custodial Service 

Custodial Services works hard at keeping our buildings on campus clean for everyone to enjoy.


The directors and staff members of the various Administrative Services departments are service-oriented people who are dedicated to the mission of Snow College. They have a keen sense of the value of each student and each member of the faculty and staff to the continuing success of the college. They seek for continuing improvement in their complex assignments. Suggestions and comments are always welcome.

Auxiliary Services (Richfield Campus)

Campus Stores

A Campus Store on the Richfield Campus stocks supplies, equipment, and other course materials needed for classes taught on the campus. The store stocks other useful items, including some clothing items, greeting cards and U.S. postage stamps. Contact the store at (435) 893-2204 for more details.

Office of Marketing & Communication

Branding/Licensing Manager: John Clark (435) 283-7626
Social Media: Tyler Smith (435) 283-7016
Graphic Design Services: John Clark (435) 283-7626
Copywriting: Shannon Allred (435) 283-7112
Web Services: Jim Bob Pipes (435) 283-7616
Project Manager:  Shannon Allred (435) 283-7112
Public & Media Relations: Marci Larsen (435) 283-7013

The Office of Marketing & Communications is the college’s inhouse design/brand/marketing service for all Snow College offices, divisions, departments, centers and organizations. It is responsible for leading the overall integrated marketing communications for Snow College and strengthening the College's visibility and brand to both external and internal constituents. We lead the strategic direction for the College's identity and core messaging, and are responsible for organizing and implementing the College's marketing activities.

Office of Marketing & Communications services include publishing, graphic design and marketing services, photography, videography, social media services, branding and licensing management, copywriting, website design and management, marketing plans for departments and programs of Snow College. The Office produces all the brochures, pamphlets, programs, flyers, posters, banners, advertisements, billboards, signage, exhibits, displays and large digital printing projects, photography, videos, blogs, manages the college's social media portals, the Snow College website (

Office of Information Technology

CIO - Bill Schuetz
Assistant CIO/Director of Network Services - Marlin Mason
IT Office Assistant - Jennifer Bigelow
Systems Analyst-Financial Aid - Chris Adams
Financial Aid Analyst - Hemi Hemara
Lab and Library Systems Administrator - Curt Hall
Network Systems Manager - Ron Bradley
Network/Multi-Media Tech. - Jesse Bratton
Security Analyst - James Blackburn
Manager of IP Telephone System/Computer Help Desk -  Justin Cherry
Systems Engineer and Systems Administrator - Jason Cherry
Systems Administrator - Curtis Harrison
Systems Administrator/Analyst - Lawrence Durtschi
Director of Business Information Services - Jim Kittelsrud
Systems Analyst - Shawn Lindow
Network/Computer Manager, Richfield - Jeff Sirrine
Oracle DBA/Systems Administrator

The Technology Center manages and maintains:
  • Administrative Computing
  • E-mail services
  • Non-public facing web services
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Network Servers
  • Network Security
  • Student Computer Labs
  • Computer Helpdesk
  • On-Campus Housing Internet Access
  • Software Site Licenses
  • Remote Access
  • Telecommunication Services

Related web sites and email addresses include:

Student Email Policy

Students should check their preferred email account that they provided to Snow College at least once a day.

Snow College will deliver official campus email communications including academic updates, administrative notices, financial aid information, and student activities notifications through this email address. Types of administrative notices may include but are not limited to payroll, financial aid, library services, registration, and graduation.

Using Student Email

The student's email address is: This is an alias email - meaning communication sent to this email is immediately forwarded to whatever email address a student has provided to Snow College as their preferred email.

Teaching & Technology Center (TTC)

The Snow College Teaching and Technology Center provides state-of-the-art computers and software capable of creating all types of digital course materials for use in instruction and presentation. Its friendly staff is here to help and train faculty and staff in the use of these tools at whatever level is needed. Stop in any time to meet our helpful staff.


Online course development and management
Training of computer software and hardware
Media Transfer and creation
Distance Education technology
Satellite system management


Director, Teaching and Technology Center - Justin Thorpe (435) 283-7340
Teaching and Technology Assistant -
Manager of the Interactive Video Conferences and Classrooms - Cathy Beal (435) 283-7080
Assistant Manager Interactive Classrooms - Bree Nielson (435) 283-7381 
Distance Education Coordinator, (Richfield) - Anne Ford (435) 893-2266