Reasons to Graduate from Snow College

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Graduates Tyler Crompton, Linlee Searcy, Will Barney, and Austin Mohler celebrate by taking a grad-cap selfie before Spring 2016 commencement. Photo courtesy of Linlee Searcy.

Graduates Tyler Crompton, Linlee Searcy, Will Barney, and Austin Mohler celebrate by taking a grad-cap selfie before Spring 2016 commencement. Photo courtesy of Linlee Searcy.

There are many different reasons to graduate from Snow College. Some think that if they are going to transfer to a four-year school that they will be fine without graduating from Snow first. If a student graduates from Snow College and decides to move on they will be able to have their whole degree transfer with them which will save them both time and money.

Another benefit is the amount of money that an individual can receive from having an associate degree over a high school diploma. Even if one does not want to continue their education after Snow College having at least an associate degree would be beneficial. Taking a break from school is much easier if a student has already received a degree.

The sense of accomplishment is also a benefit that comes from getting an associate degree. It is important for every person in their life to complete things and the next stage in the life of college students is graduating and moving onto a real adult life. Having something to show for all the hard work a student puts into school is a huge benefit because taking classes doesn’t mean much unless it is tied to a degree.

Graduating from Snow College with an associate degree has the potential to save a student a lot of time at a four-year school. If the school would not regularly take all of the credits that a student is transferring they will have to retake classes which will take up a lot of time. On the other hand, if they transfer their credits after receiving and associate degree they school is obligated to take their degree.

Graduating from Snow College is highly encouraged by the faculty and staff. To register to graduate or find any details pertaining to graduation visit Snow College’s website at snow.edu and search graduation and all of the details with pop up.

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