Men's Tennis vs. Fresno State
Join us at the Quadside Cafe (located in the USU library)…
Juanita Rodriguez-Arietta, doctoral student of James…
Caine College of the Arts and the Leverhulme Trust…
3:45 Social in AGRS Atrium for each. Jan. 13, Brent…
Provides resources that enhance learning skills such as drop-in tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI).
Provides prospective students with admissions information and other general information about Utah State campus.
Provides students, alumni, and community members' support for their career development and employment needs.
Provides services to students, faculty, staff with disabilities.
Provides all available resources through Utah State University and other agencies to assist each student; victim, accused, Student Code violators and others.
Provides an opportunity for students to practice leadership and interpersonal skills by sponsoring events and activities
Provides services for first-generation and low-income students.
Developing engaged citizens through service and education.
Connections is a two-credit academic course designed to ease your transition to Utah State and to prepare you for your college experience. It is the place to be if you want to gain an edge and learn exactly what it takes to be successful at USU.
Promoting unrestricted access to and full involvement in all aspects of life at Utah State University.
Provides students, staff, and faculty with facilities and programs for recreational activities.
Provides students assistance with mental health issues.
Helps students finance their education through federal grant programs, work study, scholarships, and more.
Aims to continually facilitate students in their academic pursuits and maintenance of their records.
Provides a "doctor's office" for students and meets basic health care needs on campus.
Official Student Newspaper of Utah State University.
Provides academic advisement information and services to students, faculty, and staff.
SOAR stands for Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration, and that is a good summary of what you will accomplish through the program. Even if you earned college credit or an associates degree while in high school, you will receive information necessary to enroll and succeed in the university setting. As an incoming first-year student, you are required to complete SOAR.
A proposal to build new student recreation facilities on the Logan USU campus.
Main campus community center provides a variety of services to the university community.
Enrollment Changes, Lave of Absence information, Early Alert and other resources.
The Veterans Resource Office (VRO) was created to assist USU student veterans in their transition between the military and civilian environment. The VRO serves as the the central switch board for the veterans who need information or assistance.
Provides students, staff, and faculty with ID cards, tickets to USU events, and general campus information.
Regularly provides national testing programs, i.e. ACT, GRE, LSAT