Access to Resources during COVID-19

Below are resources accessible to all USU students with which first-generation college students can become more familiar. The drop down menu offers different options in each of the four categories. Please know that USU Ready is the main site for all COVID-19 related content and resources. USU Ready is regularly updated to reflect current information.

Food and nutrition are important aspects of succeeding in college. It is vital to the mental and physical health of us as humans. Here are some resources for students to access food or nutritional services.

Student Nutrition Access Center

Cache Community Food Pantry

Aggie First Scholars
  • If there are other food needs or food access questions, please contact afs@usu.edu for additional resources.

Finances are a stressor of everyday life but can be even more daunting as a student. Below are some Federal and University resources that are available to students to help relieve some of the stress that comes with finances. Please contact us at afs@usu.edu with any further questions.

Federal Student Aid:

“The most vital step in applying for federal [Aid]... for college is the Free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.”

This Statement also holds true when applying for scholarships and other non-federal student aid.
Resources:

Your mental, physical, and emotional health and well-being are essential to you feeling and performing your best. By staying healthy, you allow yourself to have the best chances of being the best Aggie possible.

Overall Health:

Physical Health:

Mental Health:

There are resources for students that are in technological need, whether the need be computer access, Wi-Fi, or online transition services. Below are needs listed along with the related resource placed in a link. Feel free to contact us at afs@usu.edu with any questions.

Academic help/Transition Services:

Available Computer Services:

Financial Help:

Available Wi-Fi options: