Plain and simple, people who have been to Utah State University love it. Just ask them. No other place provides the complete package quite like USU: top-notch academics, nationally recognized research, Division I athletics, and more than 200 student clubs and organizations, all on the oldest residential campus in the state.
At Utah State University we are proud to offer our students a world-class education that is tailored to fit your LIFE GOALS. So whether you are a high school student ready to begin your university experience, recent college undergraduate looking into graduate studies, or an international student looking for a broader horizon, USU’s engaging and supportive community is ready to help you achieve your potential.
A degree from Utah State University is a golden ticket to anywhere. With nationally ranked programs, award-winning faculty, and a close-knit family of illustrious alumni, USU students are fully equipped to succeed in anything.
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Boasting the oldest residential campus in the state, it’s really no surprise that we EMPOWER our students to enrich the lives of others. With more than 200 student clubs and organizations, there are extensive opportunities to engage every student. And for the many students who participate, it isn’t even about getting credit, but about making a difference and moving forward toward a better, smarter future.
Utah State University has over 25 campuses and centers around the state of Utah where you can learn and interact with your
peers and instructors via broadcasting technologies. Your classroom is right next door.
Utah State takes the safety of our campus community seriously. We recognize that threats exist both on and off campus, and this webpage provides information and resources to help you deal with a variety of safety issues and campus emergencies.
If an emergency occurs, we will notify the campus community through USU’s CODE BLUE Alert system. You can receive an email, voicemail, text message, campus digital signage and through the university homepage. Emergencies could include severe weather, hazardous materials spills that affect a large part of campus or if a person is threatening others on campus with a weapon. Update your contact information in CODE BLUE to get alerts quickly.
USU is committed to providing an educational environment free of sexual violence and harassment. We provide resources for safety, counseling and victim advocacy. Victims of sexual misconduct are encouraged to report their experience to the USU Title IX office in order to receive support services and prevent future incidents from occurring.
USU Police provides emergency services for dead batteries and lock-outs. They offer 24-hour dispatch and a personal escort on campus if you are feeling unsafe. Contact USU Police to report crimes or suspicious activity on the Logan campus.
When faced with an armed aggressor situation, there are three simple words you should remember: run, hide, fight. The option you choose will depend upon where you are and your proximity to the attacker. Learn how you can be prepared if this happens at USU.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free confidential mental health services to students on the Logan campus. Services include consultation, workshops, groups, individual and couples counseling, as well as crisis/emergency interventions. Other services provided are psychoeducational assessments and outreach.
Student Health Services offers regular check-ups, health screenings, medical services, nutrition consultations and classes and personal wellness education.
Recreation provides and important way to stay healthy—physically, mentally and emotionally. As you recreate on campus or in the community and canyons, make sure you are aware of your surroundings, and do your part to keep yourself and those around you safe.
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Report a student of concern
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