YUMA, Ariz. -- Sixth-ranked Snow College outscored No. 10 Blinn College 24-6 in the fourth quarter to edge the Buccaneers 43-41 Saturday in the El Toro Bowl in Yuma.
EPHRAIM, Utah (November 16, 2017) - The sixth-ranked Snow College football team has accepted an invitation to participate in the prestigious El Toro Bowl at Veterans Stadium in Yuma, Ariz., on Saturday, December 2 at 1:00 p.m. The Badgers will take on No. 10 Blinn College (Texas).
Snow student's essay on democracy gets him Salt Lake foundation award.
Snow College Announces a New Partnership. Students studying business will have additional opportunities to complete a degree.
EPHRAIM--Following the example of the massive LoveLoud Music Festival in Orem last August, which was headlined by Imagine Dragons and had received a statement of support from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gay students and straight allies gathered together on Snow College's Heritage Plaza to celebrate National Coming Out Day 2017.
EPHRAIM--When Snow College officials and others dedicated the new Robert M. and Joyce S. Graham Science Center last week, they didn't simply dedicate it to the teaching of science.
As September turns into October, there's an air of excitement on Snow College campus. It's an excitement shared by President Gary Carlston as he welcomes a new science building, an updated stadium and several new programs along with the new school year.
(CNN)On National Coming Out Day, Ashlyn Smith tweeted an appreciation for her roommates with images of colorful balloons, streamers and a card they'd filled with encouraging words.
Snow College is pleased to welcome new international students on campus as part of the U.S. Department of State's Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program's Tunisia Community College Scholarship Program (TCCSP). Joining the Snow College family are Oumaima and Amira.
The beginning of another school year signals the start of another season of competition for the Snow College athletic programs.
ACM-W awards Snow College for its outstanding community service.
The KSL 5 TV Road to Understanding makes a stop in Sanpete County, where rural living, education and pioneer heritage add to the local communities. Take a look: Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox Snow College
Snow College receives $199,971 Grant. To develop a secondary pathway program that leads to the two-year Computer Science and four-year Software Engineering Programs at Snow CollegeCentral Region CTE; Juab, North Sanpete & South Sanpete CTE; Millard & Tintic CTE; Piute, Wayne, Sevier CTE.
Garett Bolles a former Snow College student and football player was selected by Denver Broncos to play on their team.
Snow College plans and helps trailer park in Ephraim city.