Upcoming College Events

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In the Commons during your lunch

US Navy Recruiters – Every 2nd Thursday of each month.
Army Recruiters – Every 2nd Tuesday of each month.

UVU “What’s Next?”– March 29 (Counseling Center – during lunch)


Snow College Registration Open Houses

in Sandy April 16th and 17th, and in Orem April 18th and 19th

During our Registration Open Houses students will have the opportunity to meet with an Academic Advisor and register for Fall classes. We will also have representatives from Residential Life for students still looking to apply for on campus housing. This is a great opportunity for students to complete the final steps before school starts, all in one place! Students that have not yet applied or been admitted can apply for free and with a high school transcript and ACT scores they can complete the application and be admitted on the spot.


Aggie Inclusion Day on April 20th 

Aggie Inclusion Day will focus on (1) diversity, (2) need based scholarships and (3) first-generation students.

This fall, USU will be able to offer 10X the amount of need based scholarships compared to previous years. Traditionally, need based scholarships are determined by FAFSA and EFC data. But at Aggie Inclusion Day, students will be considered for these scholarships based upon unmet financial need (not strictly EFC). At Aggie Inclusion Day, we’re able to offer need based scholarships based upon total unmet need (including cost of living, books, tuition, fees, etc). The selection process is not strictly based upon pell grant eligibility. For this reason, all seniors coming to the event are strongly encouraged to submit their FAFSA by April 13th. USU will then look at their financial aid package to determine what the student’s financial need is. And if eligible, the student will receive their scholarship at the event.

Aggie Inclusion Day registration: https://www.usu.edu/admissions/events/diversity ($15 cost per student)
FAFSA: https://fafsa.ed.gov/

If you have questions on Aggie Inclusion Day, or need based scholarships, please let me know. We’re here to assist all of your students. Registration closes on April 13. If students are not able to attend Aggie Inclusion Day and would like to be considered for need based scholarships, have them submit their FAFSA by May 1st (which is an extension of the previous January 10th deadline).


Scholarship and standard applications have just opened up for Camp Cardiac Salt Lake City & Camp Neuro Salt Lake City 2018!

Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, are 1-week summer day camps for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine.

Students may learn more and apply by visiting http://www.campcardiac.org andhttp://www.campneuro.org.


Salt Lake Community College Summer Programs
Grand Youth Summer Theatre Camp | June 18-29 
Registration Fee: $200, but only $150 if registered by May 18!  |  SLCC Employees: $125
SLCC Center for Arts and Media (1575 S. State Street)
Open to 7th – 12th grade students (graduating seniors welcome)
Join ambitious, creative theatre students from across Utah for two weeks of exciting and relevant theatre creation. You can take master classes focusing on either performance or technical skills which will be applied directly to the creation and public performance of your own devised theatre pieces.
Registration Fee: $200, but only $150 if registered by May 18!  |  SLCC Employees: $125
SLCC Center for Arts and Media (1575 S. State Street)
Open to 7th – 12th grade students (graduating seniors welcome)

Ready to turn your ideas into action? Advance your entrepreneur and leadership skills with this engaging and exciting two-week workshop! Students will gain an understanding of what it takes to be a leader in today’s world, while receiving knowledge to boost self-confidence and prepare them for creative entrepreneurial careers. Participants will learn and develop the tools needed to conceptualize ideas, solve problems, and communicate clearly. After identifying specific goals and developing creative solutions, students will collaborate and complete final projects to present to parents, mentors, and school officials at a student showcase, where they will receive their SLCC Creative Entrepreneurship Leadership Training Certificate.

FUNdamentals of Interior Design & Architecture | June 25-29
Registration Fee: $150, but only $125 if registered by May 18!  |  SLCC Employees: $100
Technology Building RM 406, SLCC Taylorsville Redwood Campus (4600 S Redwood Rd)
Open to 7th – 12th grade students (graduating seniors welcome)
Join us to explore what it means to be an architect or interior designer, what it takes to become one, and what it’s like working in the profession. We will have fun learning about the history of interior design and architecture and the future impact you may have on the environment. You’ll learn how to think and problem-solve like a designer and learn about the scale of space and how to translate your designs onto paper and digital forms. You’ll leave our crash course with digital and physical models and plans of your designs and hopefully a renewed interest in the architecture and interior design fields.
Stage Combat | July 16-20
Registration Fee: $150, but only $125 if registered by June 18!  |  SLCC Employees: $100
SLCC Center for Arts and Media (1575 S. State Street)
Open to 9th – 12th grade students (graduating seniors welcome)
Let’s fight! Join us for 5 days of stage combat training as you learn the style and techniques of Unarmed, Single Rapier, Rapier and Dagger, Broadsword, and Quarterstaff combat. Learn how to create safe stage combat that looks great! All experience levels welcome.
To Register or for More Information,
Visit slcc.edu/arts-comm

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

Snow Blast!
Next SnowBlast is happening April 14-15. Includes fun activities like Survivor games, Hypnotist, Indiana Jones Competittion, Crab Soccer, Hungry Hungry Hippos, dinner at Roy’s Pizza and dessert at Yocrazy. Register at snow.edu/snowblast or call 800-848-3399.

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.