Welcome to Snow College! Over 70% of Snow College students receive financial assistance either through a scholarship, financial aid, or both. Your chances of getting a scholarship may be very good, especially compared to a larger four-year college or university! We have a wide range of scholarship opportunities for everyone.
We encourage everyone to look at the list of scholarships below, and take the time to apply. As you read through each scholarship, please take note of the resident and nonresident freshman academic awards. Incoming freshman students are not required to submit a scholarship application for these. They will automatically be considered for these awards as long as they are officially admitted to Snow by the March 1st deadline. All materials, including our Snow College admission application, test scores, and fees must be postmarked by this deadline. New students must take the national ACT before March 1st to qualify for academic scholarships. If you have not taken the test before this date, you may take our ACT residual test before the deadline.
For our performance-based and leadership awards, you may have to audition, complete a portfolio, come to campus for an interview, etc. Please take the time to look at these categories and contact the particular department if you are interested.
March 1st is the deadline for all Snow College scholarships. Generally the applications become available the first part of November and stay open until the March 1stdeadline. As you click on a scholarship category, please take the time to read through the instructions and general information before applying. If you have questions or need assistance, please send us an email, give us a call, or see the Tips for Applying button below.
While a student may qualify for a scholarship, these awards are made based on available funds. We encourage students to apply as early as possible.