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College of Science

My name is Tyler Stevens. I grew up in Twin Falls, Idaho, and I’m just wrapping up my freshman year here at Utah State University. Coming to USU has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made and the research opportunities, generous scholarships, and renowned academics made it a natural choice. I’ve made amazing friends during my first year, and I’ve had the chance to indulge my curiosity in the world of science as I work toward a Human Biology Major and ultimately, a career in dentistry.

I feel fortunate that I’ll be among the first group of students that will have the opportunity to study and learn in the new Life Sciences Building next year. I spend the vast majority of my day on campus, so I’m excited to have a well-designed building as my second home, where I can conveniently take a break or grab a bite to eat and then get right back to work.

I’m grateful to the Legislature and the private donors who have invested in the Life Sciences Building. It will have a significant impact on my success as a student and eventually as a dentist. Because of people like you, I will have a place to learn and grow in a state-of-the-art facility with modern labs and cutting-edge equipment.

Science Building

Utah State University still needs your help to complete the Life Sciences Building. I encourage you to support this cause. Ultimately, a donation to the Life Sciences Building is a donation to someone like me and thousands of other students, who will someday use this facility.

I wish I could thank every single donor who has provided me with this avenue to fulfill my academic and professional dream. To show my gratitude, I will continue to work my hardest every day to take full advantage of such a privilege, and someday I will return the favor.


Tyler Stevens, Class of 2021


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