Aggies Create Change

Through following leads and networking with lawmakers, Natalie Andrews is able to write a first draft of history. Just like Natalie, Aggies all across the United States are impacting change. Norah Abdullah Al-Faiz ’82 transformed educational policy and practice in Saudi Arabia, becoming a symbol of female leadership in the Islamic world. She was appointed Vice Minister for Girls’ Education in 2009, the highest ministerial rank reached by a woman in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

USU offers a variety programs for students to transform into changemakers. With colleges that aim to inspire and guide students who strive for purpose, service and critical thinking, Aggies are inspired to be the change and make a global impact on business and society.

Behind the Scenes

Explore the Efforts & Impact That Aggies Are Making

Stories from Utah State Today

Making Impact By the Numbers

Jon. M. Huntsman School of Business is the West's oldest continuously operating business college.
Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services is #13 in the nation among colleges of education for total research dollars received.
- U.S. News and World Report, “America's Best Graduate Schools,”2020 edition
USU has been awarded Carnegie Professor of the Year 13 times.