Snow College - Diploma
Snow College was established in the year 1888 as Sanpete Stake Academy by the citizens of the local communities. The school was renamed to Snow Academy in the honor of Lorenzo and Erastus Snow- the leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Snow College is one of West Mississippi region's oldest colleges. The schools name was changed from Snow Academy to Snow College in the year 1923.
Today, Snow College is one of the few schools that have been ranked continuously as one of the top educational institutions in the nation. Snow College has expanded its higher education reach in the west region through its two campuses based in Ephraim and Richfield in Utah. Snow College's 82 acre Ephraim campus and 56 acre Richfield campus combined enroll about 5,100 students. Snow College is an inclusive campus with student to faculty ratio of 20:1 which ensures that each student gets personalized attention in their academic journey.