2 Welcome Home Badgers! Snow College Residence Life. Campus living puts you in the center of it all! Enjoy the convenience of a short walk to class and living in a safe, secure and affordable environment. Exploring the realm of Snow College means learning about yourself and others by joining a community filled with opportunity. By living on-campus you will discover all kinds of people to live and learn with, as well as a residence hall staff that is there to help you discover the college experience. Snow College offers affordable housing, onethird to one-half less the cost of other higher education institutions in the state. With those savings you can feel great about the choices of living on-campus and the many benefits you will come to enjoy! We invite you to explore this guide and our website to learn more about living options on-campus at Snow College. If you are planning to visit our beautiful campus, we offer daily tours Monday - Friday at 11:30am & 3:30pm to help you gain a better feel for Residence Life. Note: In previous years have been 100% full by mid-july, therefore we encourage all students to apply by April 1st.
3 Our Mission We ProvideClean, Safe and Secure living environments TO PROMOTE maturity, diversity and academic success. By enhancingpersonal Growth through developing Responsibility &Encouraging Friendship, we will aid inthe Students of Today becoming The Leaders oftomorrow. The Office of Residence Life
4 Residence Hall Features & Amenities FEATURE & AMENITIES A XL Twin Bed per Student Standard Twin Bed per Student Full Size Refrigerator Mini Refrigerator One Full Bathroom - Sink, Toilet & Shower Two Full Bathrooms - Sink, Toilet & Shower Community Bathrooms - Shared Sink, Toilet & Shower Built-In Desks with Chairs & Dressers Built-In Closets Movable Desks with Chairs & Dressers Blinds / Window Treatments Air Conditioning Standard Heating FREE Internet - Wired & Wireless (WiFi) Utility Costs Included TV in Each Room Meal/Munch Cards FREE CableTV, FREE Laundry, FREE Parking 93 % CURRENT STUDENTS WOULD RECOMMEND OTHERS TO ATTEND SNOW COLLEGE YOU CAN SAVE TIME AND MONEY LIVING ON-CAMPUS
5 ANDERSON CASTILLEJA NUTTALL SNOW MARY NIELSON SUITES RESEARCH INDICATES THAT STUDENTS WHO LIVE ON-CAMPUS EARN HIGHER GRADES & ARE MORE LIKELY TO GRADUATE FROM COLLEGE
6 For More Informatio snow.edu/hou Anderson Hall Private & Shared Sleep Studies Description Private and Shared Rooms Houses 58 students Fully furnished single-sleep study Features spacious lobby, shared bathrooms, game room, free parking, free internet and wifi, community kitchen, free cable tv, plus free laundry facilities, and air conditioning Flat Screen TV and Minifridge in each room Community Kitchen Requirements To live in Anderson Hall, you must: Be registered for at least 10 credits Have a $795 Badger Bucks Card Room Dimensions and Amenities Room space- 9 9 ¾ x 15 Window ½ x 4 7 ½ Closet ¼ x 3 10 ½ Twin extra-long bed - 39 x 80 Individual desk and chair per student 32 inch Flat Screen Television Built in closets Mini-fridge
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8 Mary Nielson & Castilleja Halls Cooking Apartments Description Co-ed by floor Private or shared bedroom Fully furnished 3-bedroom apartments with desk, built-in closet/dresser, adjustable beds Either 4-person or 5-person apartments Features spacious lobbies, game room, free parking, free internet and wifi, free cable tv, plus free laundry facilities Requirements To live in these halls, you must: Be registered for at least 10 credits Have a $200 Badger Bucks Card Room Dimensions and Amenities Apartment space ½ x 10 4 Bedroom space ½ x 10 7 ¾ Window x 3 10 Closet- 2 2 x 4 6 Standard twin mattress - 39 x 75 Desk and chair per student Built in closets Dining room table and chairs Couch Pantry One-bathroom per apartment Full kitchen (stove, sink, full refrigerator)
10 Suites at Academy Square 6 & 8 Person Suites Description Co-ed by wing and floor Houses up to 392 students Fully furnished 6 person, 3 bedroom suites Fully furnished 8 person, 4 bedroom suites Features spacious lobbies, exercise room, vending room, game room, free parking, free internet and wifi, free cable tv, plus free laundry facilities, and shared in-suite bathrooms Volleyball court/basketball court/bbq/picnic Tables Fitness Room/Game Room/Balconies ADA accommodations Requirements To live in the Suites, you must: Be registered for at least 10 credits Have a $795 Badger Buck Card
11 Room Dimensions and Amenities 6 Person Suite Shared Room Room A x 11 3 ½ Room B ¾ x 11 5 ½ Room C x 11 5 ¾ 8 Person Suite Shared Room Rooms A & D ½ x 11 2 Window- 3 2 ¾ x 4 6 Rooms B & C ½ x 11 5 ½ Window- 8 4 x Person Private Room Room x 10 7 ½ Window ¾ x 4 6 Two bathrooms with showers Twin bed and mattress- 39 x 75 Desk and chair per student Built in closets and moveable dressers Dining room table and chairs Kitchen Cabinets Two-bathrooms per suite Kitchenette (microwave, sink, refrigerator)
12 Nuttall Hall Athletic Living Learning Community Cooking Apartments & Sleep Study Rooms Description Co-ed by floor Houses 24 cooking, 24 sleep study rooms Fully furnished 3-bedroom apartments Fully furnished standard sleep study rooms Private bedrooms Features spacious lobbies, game room, free parking, free internet and wifi, free cable tv, plus free laundry facilities Requirements To live in Nuttall Hall, you must: Be on a men s or women s volleyball, basketball, or rodeo team Be registered for at least 10 credits Have a $200 Badger Bucks Card
13 Room Dimensions and Amenities Sleep Study Room x 9 11 Window- 4 1 ¼ x 2 8 ½ Closets- 2 9 ¾ x 4 1 ¾ Shared bathrooms Cooking Apartment Apartment space x 8 5 ½ Bedroom space x 9 11 ¾ Window in bedroom- 2 8 ½ x 6 2 Closet ¾ x 4 1 ¾ Twin X-long bed and mattress- 39 x 80 Desk and chair per student Built in closets Dining room table and chairs Couch Pantry One-bathroom per apartment Full Kitchen (stove, sink, full refrigerator)
14 Snow Hall Fine Arts Living Learning Community Cooking Apartments & Sleep Study Rooms Description Co-ed by floor Houses 54 students Fully furnished 3-bedroom apartments Fully furnished standard sleep study rooms Either 4-person apartments or 5-person apartments Either private or shared sleep study rooms Private or shared bedroom Features spacious lobbies, game room, free parking, free internet and wifi, free cable tv, plus free laundry facilities Requirements To live in Snow Hall, you must: Be a Fine Arts major or minor (Art, Communication, Dance, Music, or Theatre) Be registered for at least 10 credits Have a $200 Badger Bucks Card in Apartments or $795 Badger Bucks Card for Sleep Study Rooms
15 Room Dimensions and Amenities Sleep Study Room ¾ x 10 5 ¾ Window- 6 x 2 9 Closet- 2 x 4 4 ½ Standard Twin Mattress - 39 x 75 Desk and chair per student Built in closets and dressers Shared bathrooms Cooking Apartment Apartment space x 10 3 Bedroom space x 15 Window in bedroom- 6 ½ x 2 9 Closet- 4 4 ½ x 2 Standard twin mattress - 39 x 75 Desk and chair per student Built in closets and dressers Dining room table and chairs Couch Pantry One-bathroom per apartment Full kitchen (stove, sink, full refrigerator)
16 Price Guide Snow College provides some of the most affordable student housing in the state. We offer many student housing options to choose from! Fees: Application Fee: $50 (non-refundable) Reservation Fee: $200 (refundable the last semester of the housing contract) Residence Hall Association (RHA) Fee.... $5/per contract Suites at Academy Square* Shared room (8 person suite)...$949 Shared room (6 person suite)...$1,099 Private room (8 person suite)...$1,249 Private room (double as private)...$1,519** *Badger Bucks meal plan required for all Suites **Double as a private based on availability Cooking Apartments* (Castilleja, Mary Nielson, Snow Halls) Shared room (4 person apartment).... $ $949 Shared room (5 person apartment)....$ 875 Private room (4 person apartment)....$ 1,199 Private room (5 person apartment)....$ 1,125 *A Badger Bucks Munch Card is required for all cooking apartments Non-Cooking Rooms (Snow Hall) Shared room...$799 Private room...$949 *Badger Bucks plan required for all non-cooking rooms and Suites Anderson Hall Hallway room...$799 Corner room...$949 Shared room (per person)...$699 Student ID Card Your Snow College Student ID card now acts as a debit card and you can track your remaining balance. Use your card for: Badger Bucks Card Key Card for your assigned building Events and Activities Sporting Events ID for Student Testing Center Library Card Activity Center
17 Badger Bucks Card Residents that live on-campus are required to purchase a Badger Bucks Meal Plan. Plans vary per building as follows: Suites at Academy Square and non-cooking rooms. $795/Badger Bucks Cooking Apartments/Nuttall Hall...$200/Badger Bucks (Munch Card) Students, parents and friends may add funds to the Badger Bucks account allowing students to make purchases at the Badger Den (cafeteria), Snow College Bookstore (books and school supplies, Snow College swag), Badger Bistro and the Library (for printing & posters)! Badger Bucks roll over each semester and students may cash out the remaining balance at the end of each Academic Year through an application. Badger Bucks are considered a supplemental meal plan. Students may need to purchase additional Badger Bucks to be added to their card if used for multiple meals daily. How To Apply 1. Go to 2. Complete the online housing application. Note: If you are relying on Federal Financial Aid to assist in covering your housing charges you MUST complete the application process BEFORE June 1 for funds to be available at the start of the fall semester. For details contact a Student Success Advisor at Questions? Please contact us: Office of Residence Life Snow College Greenwood Student Center 150 College Avenue Ephraim, UT Phone: Checkout our website at #snowreslife
18 Cost of Living On-Campus vs. Off-Campus YOU CAN SAVE UP TO 25% On-Campus Per Semester... Double/Shared Apt Private Apt Rent...$ $ Reservation Fee - Refundable...$ $ Application Fee...$50.00 $50.00 Utilities...Included Included Cable TV...Included Included Internet....Included Included Laundry...Included Included Food (Monthly Moderate Cost)...$ $ TOTAL MONTHLY....$ $ TOTAL SEMESTER....$ $ Off-Campus by living on-campus! Per Semester... Double/Shared Apt Private Apt Rent*... $1, $1, Security Deposit...$ $ Utilities**... Varies Varies Cable TV**....Varies Varies Internet**....Varies Varies Laundry (Month)... $44.00 $44.00 Food*** (Monthly Average Cost)... $ $ TOTAL MONTHLY...$ $ TOTAL SEMESTER...$1, $2, *Please be advised that rent costs are averaged from local popular apartment complexes. The cost of rent within individual complexes may be substantially lower or higher than the figures represented above. **Utilities, Cable TV and Internet connections may or may not be charged as additional costs at off-campus housing, please check with the individual complexes. ***Food costs are derived from Snow College student surveys.
19 Snow College College Facts Founded in Located centrally in rural Sanpete County Ephraim, Utah. Ephraim s Population: 6,200 Sanpete County Population: 27,900 CURRENT NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 4600 MALE-TO-FEMALE RATIO ON-CAMPUS HOUSING 3:5 20/1 RATIO 91.7% average class size STUDENT 15 STUDENT -FACULTY 23 Average ACT Average GPA 3.5 T H E BEST TWO-YEAR COLLEGE 40% Male 60% Female SATISFACTION
20 T H E BEST TWO-YEAR COLLEGE Snow College 150 College Avenue Ephraim, Utah Office of Residence Life or Website: Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Ephraim, UT Permit #2
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