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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Snow College, a two-year state college, is located in rural Ephraim, Utah, about 120 miles south of Salt Lake City. Snow College is a part of the Utah System of Higher Education. Two campuses—the main campus in Ephraim and another campus in Richfield, Utah—serve a six-county area in Utah.
Snow College boasts of having some of the lowest tuition rates of any accredited institution of higher education in Utah. Undergraduate enrollment averages 3000 yearly.
The college offers certificates and associate degrees in a number of areas. The major study divisions include:
  • Business & Applied Technologies
  • Humanities
  • Fine Arts, Communication and New Media
  • Natural science & Mathematics
  • Social & Behavioral Science
The junior college also offers continuing education, online and honors classes.
Snow College is widely regarded for its athletics, music and arts programs. The Horne School of Music, an all-Steinway School, is one of only 23 2-year colleges accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music in the U.S. Snow College music graduates have played in some of the finest colleges and musical groups in the world.
Snow College hosts some of the finest U.S. music camps, such as the Juilliard Jazz Summer Workshop and the Manhattan to the Mountains Chamber Workshop.
The National Association of Schools of Theatre has awarded Snow’s theatre arts department full accreditation and membership, an honor only bestowed to three other 2-year colleges.
Snow College’s athletic teams, known as Badgers, are consistently highly ranked regionally and nationally.
The college’s art program is highly recommended and is known to other colleges throughout the US.
Some of its students have gone on to colleges including Cornwall, University of Utah, New York Art Academy and other institutions.
The Ephraim campus is home to the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts (concert hall and theatre), Activity Center and art gallery; the Richfield campus houses the Sevier Valley Center, an indoor arena and theater. The surrounding community uses the facilities on both campuses.
Snow College is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC).
Snow College ranked #6 in the CNN Money listing of community colleges in 2012 and listed among the top 10% U.S. community colleges by the Aspen Institute in 2013
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