Snow College is located in the magnificent Sanpete Valley in the city of Ephraim, just 120 miles south of Salt Lake City. Originally founded in 1888, the college was an academy for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints until 1932, the year that Snow became a state college. The college’s goal is to provide an excellent education to students with a diverse range of educational goals and in that spirit offers programs, classes, courses, technical certificates and degrees to students from ages 16 to 110.
Snow College has an extremely competitive athletics program. The Snow Badgers compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association and offer a handful of different sports as well as a cheerleading squad and drill team. In addition, the college has numerous student organizations including club sports as well as social, political, and cultural clubs. Students may choose to live on campus and Snow College offers both individual and family housing at extremely reasonable rates that include utilities.
There are numerous support systems and programs available to Snow College students, including the Student Wellness Center, the Fitness Center and several other programs.
The local community of Ephraim offers many outdoor activities including camping, hiking, picnicking and browsing the local farmer’s market. In addition, there are numerous shopping opportunities and wonderful restaurants for students that would like a little bit of time soaking up local culture.