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Housing And Residence Life



18Dec2014

Mountain Lion! The Story of Pumas and People

The exhibition blends science, history, and art to…

19Dec2014

Mountain Lion! The Story of Pumas and People

The exhibition blends science, history, and art to…

21Dec2014

Mountain Lion! The Story of Pumas and People

The exhibition blends science, history, and art to…

07Jan2015

Exhibitions - 'Black Mountain College' and 'Relational Forms'

Black Mountain College: Shaping Craft + Design. This…

08Jan2015

Graduate Training Series: How to Protect Your Work

Congratulations! You have created something that needs to…

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The housing is much less expensive than living off campus. And I love that the cable TV and Internet are free.

- David C. (Senior, Aggie Village)

Summer Housing

Summer group housing is designed to accommodate the needs of many groups visiting Utah State University for a variety of activities, seminars, classes, or simply for pleasure.

Summer Lodging is provided for groups attending seminars, cheer camps, sports camps, religious conferences and other academic and non-academic events. Summer lodgers reside temporarily in the many different housing communities on campus, and enjoy a variety of amenities included in their stay. Summer rates are per night, unless other arrangements are made. Summer conferences and activities are sponsored by Utah State, and offer a variety of programs to groups of all ages.

Summer Citizens live in on-campus housing for the entire summer. Citizens enjoy a variety of benefits and activities throughout the summer. A newsletter each week will list the activities and programs available. All utilities are included, as well as furniture and accessories. Summer citizens will reside in the Northeast corner of campus, and make Utah State University their home away from home.

Summer Student Housing is for students attending Utah State University for summer semester. Make campus your home as you enjoy the many summer activities offered in beautiful Cache Valley.