Congratulations to Stacee Y. McIff on being named Snow College’s 18th President!
“I am very honored to have been selected as Snow College’s 18th president. Born and raised in rural Utah, I am proud to lead Utah’s Rural Community College. Student success is our number one priority,” McIff said. “Thanks to incredible faculty and staff, students who attend Snow College have a personalized transformational experience that is unique in our higher education system. As the degree-granting institution and technical college for central Utah, Snow College is well-positioned to meet workforce needs and support a wide variety of students. I look forward to continuing my work with the Utah State Board of Higher Education, the Snow College Board of Trustees, technical and degree-granting institutions, our K12 partners, legislators, and community leaders. I’m grateful to my colleagues, friends, and family for their support.”
Snow College was founded 135 years ago by pioneer men and women who understood the value of education and wanted to ensure the gift of knowledge was passed on to those who meant the most to them… their children. In that same caring spirit we continue to strive for excellence in education at Snow College. Our vision is clear, the future is bright, and the students who become a part of the grand tradition of Snow College will continue to touch lives and change the world.
Snow College students are a diverse group with a variety of educational goals. From those desiring to enter the workforce with marketable trade skills, to students earning a two year Associate degree before continuing to a four-year institution, to those in the four-year Bachelor of Commercial Music or Software Engineering programs. Our students come from a wide variety of backgrounds but all are here to achieve success, and the faculty and staff of Snow College are passionate about helping that happen.
Snow College continues a tradition of excellence, encourages a culture of innovation, and cultivates an atmosphere of engagement to advance students in the achievement of their educational goals.
Provide a vibrant learning environment that empowers students to achieve their educational goals.
Encourage and support innovative initiatives that create dynamic learning experiences for the college community.
Create learning and service opportunities, locally and globally, to engage students, faculty, staff, and surrounding communities.
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