At Utah State University, we recognize that each student learns differently. In addition to renowned faculty who will go the extra mile for students, the university also provides a full support infrastructure for each individual to succeed in college and beyond.
University Advising provides programs and advising services targeted to learning and development outcomes for undeclared students. Advisors focus on a combination of major and career exploration. This includes course selections, learning opportunities to promote self-reflection, values clarification, indepedence, and social responsibility for the achievement of personal, educational, and career goals.
The Career Services Center is the link between students and meaningful career employment. The career coaches at the Center provide students, alumni, and community members the opportunity to choose a career, find an internship, prepare for Graduate School or, find a job.
Computer Labs assist Utah State University students in pursuit of their academic goals by providing state-of-the-art computer services and software and, by answering software, general, or university questions.
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides persons with disabilities equal access to University programs, services, and activities.
The Writing Center offers supplemental tutoring and guidance for the improvement of English and writing skills, helping students become independent writers for life.
USU Academics at a Glance
- Undergraduate Degrees: 168
- Graduate Degrees: 143
- Faculty members: 823
- Student/faculty Ratio: 21.4 to 1
- Faculty Who Worked With Undergraduates on a Research Project in the Past two Years: 63.5%
Most Popular Majors
- General Studies
- Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education
- Mechanical Engineering
- Elementary Education
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