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27Jan2015

Fraternity Rush Week

Ever Wanted to Join a Fraternity? Rush Week can allow you…

27Jan2015

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

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27Jan2015

Navigating Religious Crisis/Transition

This weekly support group is designed to assist students…

28Jan2015

Summer & Student Job Fair

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Once people visit Utah State University's campus, they're hooked. And after they graduate, they love coming back. Come see what it's all about.

Campus Tour

Campus Tour

Choosing a university to attend is a tough decision, and it's even harder without visiting the campus. USU tours show students around campus, answer questions, and treat visitors to lunch and Aggie Ice Cream. Advisor meetings can also be arranged. Tours last about a hour and 15 minutes.

Getting Around

Aggie Shuttle

It's easy to get around Logan without spending a dime. USU's natural gas-powered Aggie Shuttles make the rounds across campus with pick-up times every five minutes. The buses have GPS trackers, and the locations are updated online. Cache Valley's free bus system takes it from there, with stops all over town.

Dining

Dining Services

While on campus, grab lunch at one of USU's buffet-style dining halls. Anyone can eat there, but it's also where students with meal plans enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and an occasional midnight snack. USU has additional dining options and Cache Valley has dozens of unique restaurants and even its own food tour.

Lodging

University Inn

It can be difficult to appreciate Logan in just one day, so stay for a few. The University Inn on campus is just a few steps from the student center and offers some of the lowest rates in town, especially for students and alumni. Guests enjoy free parking and Aggie Ice Cream. Or stay at another hotel in town.

Visit a USU Regional Campus

Regional Campuses

USU has five additional campuses in Utah as well as nearly 30 education centers. Each campus has full-time faculty members, advisors, and more. Visits to these campuses include personal tours and advisor meetings.