Upcoming College Events

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In the Commons during your lunch

Army Recruiter- February 12, March 12, April 9, May 14

Air Force Recruiter- February 5, March 5, April 2, May 7

 


SLCC will be hosting the annual
African/African American High School Conference

Tuesday, February 19th
Taylorsville Redwood Campus

The theme of this year’s conference is “Better Make Room: From Learners to Leaders”.

We have an exciting day planned for students and we would love for you to attend. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided for all students that register for this event.

The last day to register for this event will be Thursday, February 14th Please pre-register online here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/salt-lake-community-college-africanafrican-american-college-day-2019-registration-55242883953


Utah State Engineering State Summer Program

All high school juniors who are university bound, with a high interest in math and science, and interested in engineering or computer science as a possible field of study are encouraged to apply. Must have 3.0 GPA+.

What you get:
Mini courses to introduce different areas of engineering. Behind-the-scenes tour of the Space Dynamics Lab.

Dates: June 3-6 @ USU
Logan Campus. $250 fee includes accommodations and all meals. 

Registration Deadline: February 28, 2019. Don’t wait! Registration fills up quickly. Complete online registration at: http://estate.usu.edu.


Governor’s Honors Academy @ SUU

The Governors Honors Academy will be held June 21st-29th, 2019 on the beautiful campus of Southern Utah University in Cedar City

The primary objective of the program is to nurture the life of the mind through accelerated experiences and course work.  Recreational and social experiences balance the participant’s busy schedules to create a powerful learning tool and create understanding between students from high schools across the regions of Utah.

The cost will be $1,100 for all expenses of the 9-day Academy (valued at over $20,000 including a four-year FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP at Southern Utah University).

Deadline to apply: March 4. 2019https://www.suu.edu/gha/


The Huntsman Cancer Institute PathMaker Summer Research Program is currently accepting applications for the Summer 2019 program.

PathMaker is a one-on-one mentored research experience for high school seniors and undergraduate students from underrepresented or marginalized backgrounds who are interested in pursuing careers in research, medicine, and education. The program sponsors students for a ten-week summer research experience where they will learn laboratory training techniques and work on a project in a university laboratory setting. Accepted students will live on campus and are provided with a $2,600 stipend, housing, a meal plan, and a UTA pass for the duration of the program.

 Application Deadline – 11:59 pm MST on Friday, March 8th, 2019

Program Website – https://uofuhealth.utah.edu/huntsman/research-areas/cancer-health-equity/programs/pathmaker/

Online Application – https://hci-redcap.hci.utah.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=9MHP7TRL99

Any questions regarding the program should be directed to Samira Gholami (Samira.Gholami@hci.utah.edu) and Anna Marsden (Anna.Marsden@hci.utah.edu).


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. Our upcoming date is: January 25-26. For more information go here!

 

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.

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 

2019 USC Summer Programs!  Visit summer.usc.edu to choose from over 20 courses in multiple disciplines and topics all taught by USC faculty and staff.  Explore your interests and earn college credit this summer while spending time on USC’s beautiful campus. Our application is now open.  Get a head start on your summer plans and apply today or forward to someone who might be interested in learning more about what USC Summer Programs can offer high school students.  If you have any questions, please email us at summer@usc.edu.