Start Ahead of the Pack
When you decide to pursue your degree with USU Online, you have access to dozens of resources and perks to help you graduate faster and spend less money, like real people to help you along with the application process and help with transferring existing credits you've already earned at another accredited institution. These resources will help you get a jump start on your degree and finish faster.
2nd Bachelor's Options
If you’ve previously completed a bachelor’s degree and are considering going back to school, you can apply your previous credits toward the completion of a second bachelor's degree by focusing on core program requirements.
Take online classes anywhere you can access the internet. When you're admitted to USU, you can mix and match on-campus, online, and broadcast classes for the same price and credit value, without having to reapply or losing student benefits.
USU awards transfer credit for academic work completed at other academic institutions.
Degree & Program Options
USU Online has over 70+ programs in a variety of subject, so there's something for everyone. From minors all the way to a Ph.D., USU Online is there to support your academic goals.
Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services can help make a degree financially possible for every qualified USU student. Grants, student loans, parent loans, and work-study funds are available to help increase access to higher education for students who qualify.
Student Support & Resources
As an online student, you'll have access to dozens of resources and services to support you during your time as an Aggie.
Utah students use the same tuition table for all classes. USU Online classes cost the same as face-to-face or broadcast classes. Tuition for USU Online students outside of Utah is a fixed per-credit rate.
Utah State is Online
Our 600+ online credit courses and 70+ online degrees, certificates and minors are designed to serve students and partner institutions with the knowledge and skillset required by tomorrow's workforce, today.