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Allies on Campus

The Allies on Campus program provides two trainings for individuals to show their active support of LGBTQIA+ people. It is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members. Following a 2 hour training seminar, members are given the opportunity to sign a contract of their continuing support and advocacy for the community. Once attendees have signed a contract, they are welcome to visit the Inclusion Center to pick up their sticker to display their support for the community. Contact Erika-Danielle Lindström for any questions.

LGBT+ & Allies Information

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BIPOC Support & Solidarity

Morning Sessions: Starting Sept 29th, 2021 | Wednesday 10:00am | Merrill-Cazier Libray rm 208

Evening Sessions: Starting Sept 29th, 2021 | Wednesday 5:30pm | TSC 314 (NASC Room)

Contact Luis Rodriguez or Kayleen Lam for details.

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Anti-Racist Focus Group

Starting Sept 27th, 2021 | Every other Monday 6:00pm | TSC 314 (NASC Room)

Open to Students, Staff, and Faculty

Coalition group lead by student for students

Contact Luis Rodriguez or Kayleen Lam for details.

Anti-Racist Poster

President's Fund for Student Diversity Organizations

The President's Fund for Student Diversity Organizations was established by President Noelle Cockett in 2019 to support registered student clubs and organizations that promote diversity and inclusion. Up to $2,000 is available for creative programs and/or events that exemplify USU's commitment to inclusion across all dimensions of identity.

President Diversity Fund

Emergency Hardship Fund

Utah State University’s Emergency Hardship Fund provides grants to students who have encountered circumstances that otherwise cause them to drop out of school. Whether you are a student looking to apply or a donor looking to help, you can find all of the information here.

Emergency Hardship Fund Information

Student Health & Wellness Services

Utah State University offers health services that cover the basic medical and wellness care you can receive at a hospital, clinic, and doctor’s office through the Student Health and Wellness Center. USU students, their spouses, and their dependents can receive certain medical and professional services.

SHWC Services



By attending CAPS workshops you will be exposed to a variety of skills to help improve your quality of life and relationships. You are welcome to attend all the workshops or pick and choose the ones that you are most interested in. Workshops are free and will be held through Zoom.

Workshops Schedule

Group Counseling

Group counseling allows you to explore feelings in a trusting and supportive environment. You can try out new behaviors, improve social/communication skills, and receive feedback from others. Groups can be especially helpful if you feel isolated or are concerned about how you relate to others. As you hear others experiences and share yours, you gain support and are able to help other people as well.

Group Counseling Information

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Diversity Trainings

  • Creating a Welcoming Campus Environment: Inclusion and Bias
  • Affecting Systemic Change: Bias and Inclusion Center
  • Heart 2 Heart
  • Better Together Interfaith Ally Training
  • Upstanding: Stepping Up for a Safe & Healthy Utah

Session Details

Veterans Resource Office

Utah State University's Division of Student Affairs is appreciative of your service to our country and happy that you have decided to pursue a degree here at USU. We look forward to doing our part to help you achieve success while you are here.

Returning to civilian and family life can be an adjustment; you are not alone. Utah State has dedicated staff and faculty members who have educated themselves about the unique challenges faced by veterans, some of whom are returning veterans themselves.

VRO Information

Disability Resource Center

The DRC works with individuals, faculty, and staff to ensure that students with disabilities can fully participate in University programs, services, and activities. The center helps individuals with disabilities overcome barriers that could otherwise limit their academic, professional, and personal potential. These barriers may be architectural, attitudinal, or related to University programs. The DRC provides direct services and coordinates with other state agencies and University programs to ensure equal access.

DRC Information