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11Feb2016

Transcendence: Abstraction and Symbolism in the American West

Sept. 1, 2015 – May 7, 2016 Highlighting works from…

11Feb2016

Study Abroud Fair

Interested in Studying Abroad? Find out about all the…

11Feb2016

A Matter of Taste: Art, Kitsch, and Culture

Jan. 23 – May 7, 2016 "A Matter of Taste"…

11Feb2016

Vision and Persistence: 30 Years of Ceramic Excellence at Utah State University

February 2 – March 2, 2016 "Vision and…

11Feb2016

Healthy Behavior is not Normal: Detection and Treatment of Disorders Using Movement Variability

Students and faculty interested in research on human…

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Living on campus puts me close to my classes and makes for a great social life. It's the perfect combo!

- Rebecca G. (Freshman, Richards Hall)

Discover Residence Life

  • Resident Directors (RD) and Area Coordinators (AC) work full-time to oversee management and operations in the area. They will supervise Resident Assistants, act as a great resource for students, and mediate roommate conflicts if necessary. RDs and ACs are trained as advocates for the resident, so there is always someone on your side.
  • Resident Assistants (RA) are live-in staff who help build communities in each area, plan activities, and interact with residents every day. In other words, get to know your RA – they're here for you!
  • Administrative staff in each area include students that help carry out day-to-day operations, like sorting mail or assisting with lockouts. They keep on-campus housing running top-notch.
  • Custodial staff works each day to ensure the cleanliness of each building and area. Also, if you live in Mountain View or Valley View Tower, they'll clean your bathroom everyday!
  • Maintenance staff will take care of anything from changing out light bulbs to unclogging sinks. Oh, and did we mention... they're available 24/7 for you!

Visit our Meet the Staff page to see who your RA will be and learn more about your building's staff.