Utah State University has become a stellar place of learning and discovery without sacrificing its home-like familiarity. Alumni return time and again to walk the Quad, have an ice cream cone or kiss on the block A. At Utah State we are preserving those wonderful places as we grow and change to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.
As technology has changed the way we teach and learn, our teaching environments have to change as well. From the newly renovated Edith Bowen Laboratory School to the pristine performance experience of the Manon Caine Russell Kathryn Caine Wanlass Performance Hall, Utah State University is providing students with unparalleled access to the highest quality learning.
Over the course of the campaign, Utah State University secured funding for 24 new buildings and named four colleges after generous donors. With the addition of these new places of learning, students and faculty will be offered endless opportunities to further their research and make a positive impact in their fields.
The new buildings rising on our grounds illustrate the generosity of our donors as well as their personal commitment to the success of our students, faculty and university. Generations of students and faculty will benefit from these new facilities and the classrooms and laboratories that they provide.
One of the most noteworthy feats of the campaign is the naming of four of our academic colleges. The namings reflect the outstanding commitment and generosity of long-standing supporters and their belief in the future of Utah State University and its impact around the state, the nation and the world.
These places are not just bricks and mortar; they become the institutional presence in the hearts and minds of our students and alumni.