"Snow College football is far too important to this community and this school to let die," says Snow athletic director Robert Nielson
Snow College will celebrate its 1,108 graduates during ceremonies in Ephraim on May 4 and in Richfield on May 3.
The Snow College Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a new, varsity-level esports program which will begin in the fall of 2019.
Snow College students, Kyle DeGraw and Cody Ruby, won $10,000 at the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge held at the University of Utah.
Snow College to set next year's tuition rates
Multiple offices will set up in the Greenwood Student Center to streamline process.
High School Juniors and Seniors will come to the first Social and Behavioral Sciences Snow Day.
The Utah Board of Regents has unanimously selected Bradley J. Cook as the seventeenth president of Snow College. "Dr. Cook is a nationally respected scholar and dynamic leader in higher education," said Harris Simmons, Chair of the Board of Regents. "His experience, vision, and dedication to academic excellence will ensure Snow College continues to thrive in the years ahead."
After an extensive national search, the Snow College Presidential Search Committee has recommended four finalists to the State Board of Regents for the position of Snow College President.
Athletic Director Rob Nielson today announced Andrew Mitchell has been named the new head football coach at Snow College. Mitchell has been the offensive coordinator for the Badgers over the past two seasons, and replaces Paul Peterson who was named the head coach at Dixie State on Sunday, Dec. 2.