Snow College is committed to providing a safe, positive learning environment and promoting student success to advance students in the achievement of their educational goals.
The Snow College Code of Conduct policy has been implemented to help achieve these goals.
The information is provided in compliance with the Student-Right-to-Know-Act of 1990 (P. This information is located on the College Navigator website (
Student Right to Know Student Code Of Conduct Student Discipline Student Concerns and Appeals Snow College's drug and alcohol policy, crime awareness and campus security statistics, graduation rates, athletic participation rates, financial aid information, and the complete FERPA policy are available at edu/right2know.
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Paper copies are also available by contacting the Student Success Office, Room #206 Greenwood Student Center, 435.283.7100.
Disclosure Of Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates of Degree/ Certificate Seeking, First-Time Freshman Undergraduates Snow College provides information regarding graduation/completion and transfer rates. The rates reflect the program graduation/completion or transfer status of those students entering the college as full-time, first-time freshman for a given cohort year as which point 150% of the normal time-to completion has elapsed.
By enrolling at Snow College, students assume the personal responsibility to conduct themselves according to the standards of conduct set forth in this policy.