Inclusion Center


To cultivate a vibrant campus community where students, staff, and faculty are valued, where diversity of perspectives and identities are explored in a safe and respectful environment both in and out of the classroom.


We support student success at the Logan campus through holistic and inclusive student-centered programming that enhances the academic persistence, personal growth, and social experiences of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds.


  • Service: We seek to make a positive impact through acts that are transformative.
  • Unity: We believe we can cultivate an environment that is inclusive when we work together.
  • Leadership: We grow as a community by creating opportunities for students to develop as leaders and agents of change.

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Upcoming Events

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USU Drag Show

Wednesday, November 15, 2023 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm | TSC Auditorium

USU’s annual drag show is a free and educational event that includes a faculty speaker, performances by USU community members, and an engaging panel where performers can answer questions about their art and performance. 

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month |  The Clothesline Project

“The Clothesline Project is displayed on campus annually as part of  Domestic Violence Awareness Month by the Women and Gender Equity Program and in collaboration with SAAVI, and Dining Services.  The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by survivors of violence or by someone who loves someone who has been killed. It is a powerful witness to the violence many live with. Stop by one of USU's dining locations to view a display throughout this month and fill out the survey for a chance to win a Cafe Ibis gift card.  We encourage you to visit our resources page or reach out to SAAVI should you or someone you know need help. 


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Allies on Campus

The Allies on Campus program provides two trainings for individuals to show their active support of LGBT+ people. It is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members.


Inclusive Excellence Symposium Returns Oct. 12

USU’s annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium promotes diversity, inclusion and respect in the USU community by offering education, research and training for understanding the experiences of underrepresented groups.

Help support the USU Inclusion Center and its programs by donating through our secure web form. Every donation helps the center continue to make positive impacts within the USU community. Donate Today