Plain and simple, people who have been to Utah State University love it. Just ask them. No other place provides the complete package quite like USU: top-notch academics, nationally recognized research, Division I athletics, and more than 200 student clubs and organizations, all on the oldest residential campus in the state.
At Utah State University we are proud to offer our students a world-class education that is tailored to fit your LIFE GOALS. So whether you are a high school student ready to begin your university experience, recent college undergraduate looking into graduate studies, or an international student looking for a broader horizon, USU’s engaging and supportive community is ready to help you achieve your potential.
A degree from Utah State University is a golden ticket to anywhere. With nationally ranked programs, award-winning faculty, and a close-knit family of illustrious alumni, USU students are fully equipped to succeed in anything.
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Boasting the oldest residential campus in the state, it’s really no surprise that we EMPOWER our students to enrich the lives of others. With more than 200 student clubs and organizations, there are extensive opportunities to engage every student. And for the many students who participate, it isn’t even about getting credit, but about making a difference and moving forward toward a better, smarter future.
Utah State University has over 25 campuses and centers around the state of Utah where you can learn and interact with your
peers and instructors via broadcasting technologies. Your classroom is right next door.
Utah State University's Caine College of the Arts represents the broadest interpretation of the arts: art as personal expression, art for art's sake, art as communication, art as an important social and political force, art for personal enjoyment, and art as a contribution to what it means to be both an individual and a part of the larger cultures that connect us.
Agriculture today is a dynamic, rapidly changing industry. It includes more than farming or producing food and fiber. It embodies all the occupations connected with the production, processing, marketing, and distribution of farm products.
The overall mission of the College of Engineering is to prepare engineers and technologists to work in a complex technological world and create a better future by solving today's problems, engage in research and development that will improve engineering design and practice, and extend knowledge and research to industry and government.
Within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are found those departments which provide career preparation in some of the most interesting and vital academic fields: the study of society, the governing of society and its history, communication in a number of languages, the various aspects of culture.
"Prove it." Haven't heard that statement since you were on the grade-school playground? Well, get ready to hear it again. For the students and professors in Utah State's College of Science, it's the spirited challenge to discover that enlivens classrooms and labs with intellectual curiosity and inspires our students and faculty to create new knowledge for the betterment of humankind.
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services is dedicated to providing service and research opportunities for prospective teachers, family educators and counselors, psychologists, nursing professionals, instructional technology specialists, and a broad range of other human services professionals. Our college is ranked in the top 3% nationally and #1 in Utah, with over $40 million annually in external research funding. Through focused outreach and clinical services, we serve thousands of individuals, couples, and families across Utah and the region.
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business has created a dynamic culture that encourages students to take charge of their own education. The phrase "Dare Mighty Things" from a speech given by President Theodore Roosevelt is often cited. "Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat." - President Theodore Roosevelt
The earth we live on. The air we breathe. The water that sustains us. These are the essential elements of life, and students in Utah State's College of Natural Resources (CNR) are the people who will manage them for future generations. They study in a program that's considered one of the best in the country.