Upcoming College Events

Check Out Who’s Coming to Copper Hills!

In the Commons during your lunch

Air Force – 1st Tuesday of each month
Marines – 1st Thursday of each month
Utah Army National Guard – 1st Monday of each month
Army – 2nd Tuesday of each month 

October 18 – USU
November 15 – College of Idaho

Copper Hills is Going on Tour! Talk to the Counseling Center if you are interested in joining the counselors and fellow students on a campus tour. Seniors have priority, juniors also welcome.

Dates for next tours:
October 11 – USUE 
November 13 – Westminster 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8  |  9 AM-12:30 PM

1575 S. STATE ST. | SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115

The Salt Lake Community College 2019 High School Workshop Day gives 9th-12th grade students the opportunity to visit the SLCC Center for Arts & Media and participate in exciting workshops led by distinguished faculty. With topics covering everything from painting and photography to digital media and more, there’s a class for everyone!

The workshops are open to all high school students with instructor approval. Registration is $6 (plus a $1 processing fee) and covers lunch and supplies. The day will begin with a kick-off event at 9 a.m. followed by workshops at 9:30 a.m. Seating for individual workshops is limited.


Please contact Josh Elstein at josh.elstein@slcc.edu or (801) 957-3127 
with any questions.

Open House is October 15th from 5-7:30pm at the Mountain America Expo Center. This is a great opportunity for your students to meet with the USU admissions staff, learn more about housing, majors, financial aid and scholarships. Also, for those students who qualify for an academic scholarship, if they bring their ACT, Official HS Transcriptand apply before they come, they can receive an academic scholarship on the spot. 
USU Leadership – True Blue Day – November 9th 9 am – 4 pm. True Blue Leadership is a fun-filled day of leadership training and activities for high school seniors and juniors involved in any type of leadership role. Students will receive swag, lunch, and of course, Famous Aggie Ice Cream. Space is limited; register by October 25th. Cost: $20. Register at: www.truebluedays.usu.edu.

You are invited: Western Wyoming Community College – Mustang Preview Day on Wednesday, October 9th 2019. The event will take place from 9:30AM to 2:30PM with registration and check in starting at 9:00AM. All high school juniors, seniors, parents, and counselors are invited!

Mustang Preview Day Poster 2019

During this event we will have:

  • Welcome Event
  • Academic/Student Life Fair where students can visit with faculty, staff, and students
  • Campus Tours
  • FREE All-You-Can-Eat Lunch
  • Parent/Counselor Session
  • Prizes that students will NOT want to miss out on

Get with your friends and go on a road trip!  Visit a college campus!!

Red Riot Dates – Red Riots are a great way for students to visit SUU, and experience what campus life is all about! Spots are still available for January, but they are filling up quickly. For more information go here!

SL County Open House – October 23 from 5-8 pm Karen Gail Miller Conference Center 9690 South 300 West Sandy, UT. 2019 Scholarship Open Houses for other locations and time. Bring your transcript for on the spot scholarship awards.

Snow College – Regular SnowBlasts are ongoing- Juniors and Seniors can spend the night at Snow College and attend various campus activities with student Ambassadors and college students for only $25.  To sign up visit http://www.snow.edu/snowblast or call 800.848.3399 for information. 2019_snowblast_poster

Snow College has some exciting changes and events that will benefit students:

  1. Snow College has created a new scholarship! It is called the Academic Achievement Scholarship and it waives 33% of tuition. We have the lowest tuition in the State and combined with scholarships and financial aid, students can attend Snow while paying very little for a quality education. For more information on our scholarships please visit our website at: https://www.snow.edu/offices/scholarships/index.html
  2. Our Presidential Scholarship now includes student fees! Those who qualify will receive full tuition and fees.
  3. Launched last week is the Snow Promise. The Snow Promise was created to help each individual student succeed by supporting their educational experience. When you become a student at Snow College we will do all we can to help you graduate. If you are worried about paying for college, have housing questions, wondering about being successful in the classroom etc., we are here to help. At Snow College – It’s All About You! – See more at: https://snow.edu/snowpromise/index.html#sthash.sk9iaiqm.dpuf
  4. SnowBlasts!!! We are really excited about our upcoming SnowBlasts! These are overnight weekend events for high school junior and seniors to visit campus, stay the night with an Ambassador and experience what it’s like to be a college student. Everyone who attends will receive a college T-shirt and swag, 2 meals, overnight accommodations, meet students from around the world, and attend college activities. We have four this Spring and would love to have you attend. You can sign up and get more information at: Campus Overnight Visit