Welcome to the Aggie Family!

USU Out-of-State All Online

Wondering which campus to choose when registering for classes? 

  1. Choose the location you’ll be attending. Register for all of your classes at that location.
  2. If you were admitted to Logan but would like to take classes at one of our statewide campuses instead, please select the Statewide location nearest you. DO NOT register for classes at multiple locations.
  3. What about online classes? Even if you are registering for online classes, you should select the campus location that is closest to where you plan to live. Each campus provides testing and other services to students at their location, including online students.
  4. Can I limit my search to a specific campus? To register for classes at a specific location, limit your search by selecting a specific campus in the Banner registration system. This filters out all other locations and narrows your search to the right sections.

New Student Orientation Consists of Five Modules

Completion Required

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Mission or Military Service
Students on a leave for mission or military service can catch up with all modules when they return, even if that is very close to the start of the semester. Parents and delegates who will be helping these students register for classes can go through the orientation, as needed.

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Module 1: Pre-Registration

Opens March 1

Covers all the preparations you can start now. Learn how much USU will cost, how to set up housing, and how to do the FAFSA, among other things.

 
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Module 2: Registration

Opens March 22

Covers everything you need to know to select classes and register for them. Learn how your previously-earned credits apply at USU, know what classes you should take, and how to register yourself for classes.

 
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Module 3: Aggie Orientation

Opens May 31

Aggie Orientation covers all the preparations you need to make and policies important to your education.

 
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Module 4: Pre-Semester

Opens August 2

Covers all the last-minute details you need to know before the semester begins.

 
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Module 5: First Semester

Opens September 6

Covers all the things you need to know during your first semester. Learn essential campus safety information, mental health resources, and much more.