Military Residency Exception

Snow College is pleased to offer an exception to its residency requirements to military servicemembers and their immediate family members, as well as veterans and their immediate family members, and other eligible persons. To apply for this exception, a person qualifying under this exemption must provide the documentation listed below. Please fill out the Military Residency Exception form and send it with the required documentation to the Registrar’s Office.

Registrar’s Office
150 College Ave.
Ephraim, UT 84627
email address for this person
Fax: 435.283.7149

PLEASE NOTE: “immediate family member” means an individual’s spouse or child (natural or legally adopted).

Download > Military Residency Exception Application

Requirements: Military Servicemembers

Snow College will grant resident student status to military servicemembers who provide

  1. Their current United States military identification card; and
  2. A statement from their current commander, or equivalent, stating that they are assigned to Utah.

Requirements: Military Servicemembers’ Immediate Family Members

Snow will also grant resident student status to a military servicemember’s immediate family member who provides:

  1. The military servicemember’s current United States military identification card;
  2. The immediate family member’s current United States military identification card; and
  3. A statement from the military servicemember’s current commander, or equivalent, stating that the military servicemember is assigned in Utah.

Requirements: Military Veterans

Snow College will grant resident student status to veterans, regardless of whether they served in Utah, who provide:

  1. Evidence of an honorable or general discharge (DD214);
  2. A signed written declaration that the military veteran has relinquished residency in any other state and does not maintain a residence elsewhere; and
  3. One or more indicia of Utah domicile (see below) that demonstrates the veteran’s intent to establish residency in Utah.

Requirements: Military Veterans’ Immediate Family Members

Snow College will grant resident student status to veterans’ immediate family members, regardless of whether veterans served in Utah, if the military veterans’ immediate family members provide:

  1. Evidence of the veteran’s honorable or general discharge within the last five years (DD214);
  2. A signed written declaration that the military veteran’s immediate family member has relinquished residency in any other state and does not maintain a residence elsewhere; and
  3. One or more indicia of Utah domicile (see below) that demonstrates the military veteran’s immediate family member’s intent to establish residency in Utah.

Requirements: Eligible Persons

Snow College will also grant resident student status to others who do not fit into one of the above categories but are still eligible for education benefits under Title 38 U. S. Code Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill–Active Duty Educational Assistance Program or Chapter 33 Post 9/11 Education Assistance Program. Please provide the following: 

  1. Evidence of eligibility under Title 38 U. S. Code Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill- Active Duty Educational Assistance Program or Chapter 33 Post 9/11 Education Assistance Program;
  2. A signed written declaration that the eligible person will utilize GI Bill benefits; and
  3. One or more indicia of Utah domicile (see below) that demonstrates the eligible person’s intent to establish residency in Utah.

Indicia of Utah Domicile

“Indicia of Utah domicile” means Utah voter registration, Utah vehicle registration, Utah driver's license or identification card, Utah state income tax return, rental contract or mortgage documents, bank records, and utility bills.