The Board of Trustees, a governing body of Snow College, operates under the direction of the State Board of Higher Education. The board consists of ten governor-appointed members and acts in behalf of Snow College in performing such duties, responsibilities, and functions as authorized and delegated by the Utah Board of Higher Education (“State Board”).
In addition to the specific duties outlined by statue and policy (below), trustees are deeply committed to the college and actively promote college awareness. The Board of Trustees meets at least six times a year, and board members are expected to attend at least 85% of meetings. Trustees are willing to invest personal time and resources for the advancement of the college.
Responsibilities and Objectives of the Snow College Board of Trustees
Trustees are assigned to a subcommittee of the board. Current assignments are:
The Executive Committee of the board includes the chair, vice chair, and chairs of the three standing committees.
Updated: September 12, 2023
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