MDATA graduate students and faculty team with Salt Lake City-based BioFire to harness epidemiological data on communicable respiratory illnesses.
Utah State University is committed to providing news and resources for students, faculty and staff throughout the evolving COVID-19 crisis. For information about COVID-19 translated into other languages, please visit the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs.
Recent Updates as of May 13, 2020
New Residency Requirements
Students who are currently establishing Utah residency and need to leave the state due to COVID-19, time spent outside Utah will not impact residency status.
Thousands of Students Will Receive Emergency Grants
USU is making emergency grants totaling $5 million with CARES Act funds. Grants will range from $500 to $800.
Student Mental Health Resources Available
Utah State University wants to remind students of the many health resources available to summer semester students and continuing students registered for fall semester.
USU Updates On COVID-19
Read all the latest updates and timeline on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Utah State University on Utah State Today.
of university staff, faculty or students (based on self reporting) regardless of their location in the state. Some students who report infections may also have left campus and are staying at permanent homes.
Individuals who have been exposed to someone with a confirmed COVID-19 case, including individuals who live in the same household, must quarantine at home for 14 days. Those who have tested positive, are awaiting results of a test, or have been exposed and develop symptoms, must isolate at home for 14 days.
Submit this questionnaire if you have been asked to quarantine, self-isolate, or have had a COVID-19 test, even if you are still awaiting results. This information will remain private and will help us provide accommodations and identify areas of campus that must receive additional cleaning and disinfection.
Though we rely on our community members to provide this information voluntarily, it is essential in helping us prevent the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses. We appreciate your cooperation.