The Student Involvement & Leadership Center is the hub for involvement opportunities at USU. The opportunities and programs offered enhance the education experience by challenging and supporting students in a variety of ways. Student Involvement develops leaders by coupling classroom learning with practical applications. Follow @usustudentassociation
Other Ways To Get Involved
With nearly 100 USUSA Clubs on campus at any given time, these clubs organize thousands of events for Utah State University students each year, providing service, involvement, and academic opportunities across campus.
Consisting of the Cheer Squad, the Aggiettes and USU's mascot, Big Blue, the mission of the Spirit Squad is to encourage enthusiastic student and alumni participation and support for all NCAA sporting events at USU.
The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) is an organization made by the students, for the students, because of students. Elections for USUSA officers take place during the Spring semester in late February.
Meet Your USU Student Body Officers
The USUSA Executive Council works to enhance the quality of student life at Utah State University through academics, activities, public relations, athletics, clubs and organizations, service, and cultural events. The Executive Council is chaired by the USUSA President and meets weekly during the school year.
Meetings are held at 4 p.m. on Tuesday evenings in the USUSA Senate Chambers, TSC 336. All meetings are public and open for students to attend.
The USUSA Academic Senate works to enhance the quality of academic life for students at Utah State University. The students of each college on campus are represented by a senator who sits as a voting member of the Academic Senate. The Academic Senate is chaired by the USUSA Executive Vice President and meets weekly during the school year.
Meetings are held at 4 p.m. Monday in the USUSA Senate Chambers, TSC 336. All meetings are public and open for students to attend.
Student Events Office
The USUSA Student Events Office works to enhance student life at Utah State University by providing a variety of involvement and entertainment opportunities for students throughout the school year. The office consists of the USUSA Student Events Vice President who oversees three directors – the Activities Director, Series Director, and Traditions Director. These directors are responsible for programming and executing a variety of events with the help of their respective committee members.
Students are encouraged to get involved with the Student Events Office and assist in carrying out campus events through volunteering and/or joining one of the four existing committees in the office – Blue Crew, Activities Committee, Series Committee, Traditions Committee. To learn how to get involved, stop by the USUSA Student Events Office in TSC 329.
Graduate Student Representation
Graduate students at Utah State University are represented by their respective college senator and a Graduate Studies Senator who represents them as a voting member on both the USUSA Academic Senate and Executive Council. The Graduate Studies Senator is assisted by the Directors of Graduate Research and Graduate Campus Affairs.