Discover Utah State University
Utah State University is Utah’s land and space-grant institution and home to the Space Dynamics Laboratory, one of 14 university-affiliated space research centers in the nation. USU is the state’s second largest public research university with the second oldest undergraduate research program in the nation.
The university’s 823 faculty members engage and connect educational resources and opportunities with 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students, including 16,500 students at its statewide campuses and comprehensive regional college, USU Eastern. Through its eight colleges and graduate school, the university offers 159 undergraduate degrees, 155 graduate degrees, and 105 minors. It counts seven Rhodes Scholars, four Truman Scholars, and 23 Goldwater Scholars among its graduates. In 2012, the university completed its first capital campaign raising more than a half billion dollars.
USU offers the complete package: top-notch academics, nationally recognized research, Division I athletics, outreach to every county in the state, and more than 200 student clubs and organizations, all at the first residential campus in the state.