The Utah System of Higher Education released its COVID-19 Intensive Testing Plan today in accordance with the state's most recent Public Health Order, 2020-27 Updated Statewide COVID-19 Restrictions, replacing the previous requirement to test students every 14 days.
Thanks to funding from the Utah legislature and the tireless efforts of many employees, Snow College was able to offer 10 unique short-term training programs at no cost to individuals whose employment was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Herbert declares October as Utah College Application and Awareness Month. Salt Lake City - The Utah System of Higher Education is partnering with 145 Utah schools this month on Utah College Application Week events where senior students will have the chance to complete at least one college or university application during the school day and create a postsecondary education plan.
Amidst the global pandemic, Snow College reports record-breaking enrollment numbers with a total of 5,800 students. This marks an 7.70% increase in total students over last year.
Snow College announced today that Stacee Yardley McIff has accepted the Vice President for Technical Education and Workforce Development position as a one-year appointment.
Utah’s institutions of higher education came together to support ProjectProtect reach its goal to produce five million medical-grade masks to protect frontline health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Utah System of Higher Education COVID-19 Higher Education Task Force released a plan today outlining a path for Utah public colleges and universities to resume onsite operations for the fall 2020 semester amid COVID-19 uncertainty.