October 7, 2021 - Ephraim, UT - Snow College announced a grant this week that will support technical education programs. Representatives from the Snow College GRIT Center competed in "Pitch for the Trades" at the National Association for Community College (NACCE) 19th Annual Conference, winning $45,000 dollars.
Snow College announced today that Melanie Jenkins has been appointed to serve as Provost, a position she has held on an interim basis since July 2020, effective October 1, 2021.
In partnership with the Learn and Work in Utah initiative, Snow College offers a selection of tuition-free, short-term training programs once again to Utahns looking to reskill or re-enter the job market.
Snow College announced today that Stacee Yardley McIff's interim position as Vice President for Technical Education and Workforce Development will become a permanent appointment effective May 1.
Snow College will celebrate its 1,102 graduates during ceremonies on May 6-7, 2021. Ceremonies on both campuses will see modifications to accommodate current COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines.
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.